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The Claddagh Blog

Welcome to the Claddagh Blog.

The Claddagh Blog

Welcome to the Claddagh Blog.

  • Irelands Most Beautiful Places

    In no particular order, we have listed some of the most beautiful places to visit in Ireland while you are on your trip. From beautiful rocky hill tops to crystal clear waters and windy roads – we have some of the top traveler locations, just don't forget your umbrella and...
  • The Penal Laws In Ireland

    The late 1600's saw a huge change occur for the native of Ireland. The introduction of penal laws designed to oppress the Irish to such a huge extent that they would have no choice but to pledge loyalty to the English crown and to extinguish their love for the pope...
  • Important Dates in Irish History That Cultivated Modern Ireland – A Time Gone By

    The Irish have always had their fair share of troubles, struggles and poverty. In the year gone by in Ireland has seen Famine, war, mass emigration, oppression and poverty. When we think of these times and see Ireland today as prosperous tourist destination and tech hub – we forget that...
  • Ashford Castle – A Time Gone By

    Ashford Castle is a prestigious hotel located in the West of Ireland. The hotel was once a home for historic figures throughout Irish history and has been developed and redeveloped multiple times over. It has expanded in size with every new owner and became famous worldwide. Although it is a...
  • Joesph Plunkett & Grace Gillford – The Easter Rising Love Story

    A beautiful Irish love story that continues to live on to this day. Grace Gillford & Joesph Plunkett met each other at a time of oppression and suffering in Ireland. A determined love that kindled a light of hope for two young lovers that has lived on through the years...
  • Kylemore Abbey Castle

    The magnificent Kylemore Abbey sits in the picturesque location of Connemara and is one of the most beautiful buildings in Ireland to date. The building has been a home to the wealthy, a living for the poor, a place of refuge for the devout and a school to Children. While...

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