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found an extra night


Due to some family traveling to England, we have found ourselves with an extra night on 23 July, a Monday. We've decided to spend the night in Cong. We have done a day trip there previously, but never an overnight. I'm looking for lodging recommendations, in town.

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Ryans and Lydons have both caught my eye.

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Roy -- Like you, I've NOT ever over-knighted in Cong.  Is it safe to assume that Ashford Castle doesn't make the Budget Cut?  

In addition to Lydon's, there are TWO Ryan's in the town center:  Ryans Riverlodge:  http://www.ryansriverlodge.com/welcome.html     and Ryans Hotel:  http://www.ryanshotelcong.ie/

There's also an intriguing Self-cater close by, but that doesn't meet your needs for this trip:  http://www.thecosyloft.com/index.htm



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Ashford Castle does not meet this teachers budget. The hotels in town, however, do.

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Ryans River Lodge is booked that night.

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Yar -- Ashford's too pricey for this retired postal worker, too!  aww   aww

The two you are looking at both LOOK good, to me -- but, I've NOT visited either, so I can't really make any informed recommendation.



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Try Ashfield house.

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Michele Erdvig wrote:

Try Ashfield house.


 No availability. Thank you for the suggestion.

 

Im constantly amazed by people who want to wing it with concern to accommodations in the high season.



-- Edited by Roy on Sunday 1st of July 2018 06:11:55 PM

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Maybe the Monks Fishing House has vacancies? Just kidding!! Hope you find something.

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Looks like there are two good choices, I was hoping someone had some personal experience with them. Maybe a coin toss?



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Sorry, I have no personal experience of either. I guess it will be a coin toss.

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Lydons it is.

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