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10 Enchanting Castle Hotels in Ireland (You Won’t Want to Leave!)

Visiting Ireland and staying in an Irish Castle hotel was always a dream.

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[…] as well if you contact the hotel directly. Check out Shershegoes blog for a great post on some enchanting castles to stay at in […]

[…] I highly recommend allowing at least two days to cover this Wild Atlantic Way itinerary. So you’ll need to camp out along the route. You can do what I did and wing it at an Airbnb along the way to experience true Irish hospitality, or book into one of the many world-class facilities en route. My top picks would be Perryville House in Kinsale, Inchydoney Island Lodge & Spa, the Gougane Barra Hotel, or stay in a real-life castle! […]

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Diana MullinsSeptember 11, 2018 - 8:02 pm

We absolutely loved our castle stay at Loche Eske in Donegal. The staff was simply amazing and they took care of us from the minute we stepped out of our car. They even parked it for us!!! The amenities were amazing, and the restaurant was great,as was the nightlife right on premises.They had live music and numerous spots available to just relax and enjoy the wood-burning fire with a good book or drink. Breakfast was varied and delicious. Our room was beautiful and very comfortable.

SherDecember 24, 2018 - 8:35 pm

Diana, That sounds fabulous!! Haven’t been to Donegal yet but we’ve heard great things :)

Affordable Hotels in Manhattan: 4 New York Hotels Under $200!

Here’s to Budget Friendly in the Big Apple

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DanielleJanuary 30, 2017 - 9:23 am

Saving this for when we go to Manhattan! :)

DeasyJanuary 30, 2017 - 9:03 pm

This is a great list. Park Savoy Hotel seems very promising! I’m always looking for hotels with great value in Manhattan since I’m more interested in spending money on activities instead!

MollyJanuary 31, 2017 - 8:37 pm

Great places- I didn’t know of any of them! so helpful!!

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[…] but that’s beside the point. New York is a different ball game, though. While there are solid hotel options in Manhattan that are more affordable, these options can start getting you a luxury experience (although maybe just one bathrobe) if […]

[…] you don’t collect hotel points, you could check out these 4 New York hotels under $150 or check TripAdvisor’s list of the top value hotels in New York City. Keep in mind value […]

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Visiting Grytviken: A Ghost Town at the End of the World

Some people might find an abandoned town eerie, but the beautiful glaciers, vocal seals and adorable penguins made Grytviken so much fun to explore!

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AgnessDecember 29, 2018 - 3:26 am

I can feel the serenity of the place. It feels so relaxing just looking at your photos.

Veronica ChurchDecember 29, 2018 - 3:00 pm

It certainly is interesting & educational to know that Grytviken was once the place where they do whaling to obtain oil & now, it is abandoned.