Clifden in Connemara was one of the last towns to be built in Ireland. Originally a very poor area the town was built up by John D’Arcy in order to turn it into a thriving centre of commerce based around its fishing, marble and wool resources.If you are staying elsewhere in Connemara then why not take time at the weekend. Clifden has plenty to offer the visitor traveling to the West Coast of Ireland. Take a walk or a drive along the Sky road and visit Clifden Castle. If it is churches that you like then the town has two great nineteenth century examples, St. Joseph’s Catholic Church and Christ Church.
Clifden hotels are well known for their comfort and hospitality. There are plenty of hotels in Clifden to choose from. If sports are your thing then hire a bicycle – you can even do this at the discount hotels. Clifden is also a great place to be if you enjoy playing golf. Stay in one of Clifden’s cheap hotels and visit Connemara Golf Club which is in easy reach of Clifden. If Clifden sounds good to you then find yourself a hotel or B&B on sites such as esytobook.com.