Birchwood House

Address: Ballyboggan Lower, Castlebridge, County Wexford, Ireland | 4 star b&b
 
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This 4 star B&B, located on Ballyboggan Lower, Castlebridge, is near Hook Lighthouse, Glebe Gardens and Gallery, Con Macken's, The Cape of Good Hope, and Walking Tours of Wexford.
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      Kissing the Blarney Stone

      A travel blog entry by ian.case on Jan 21, 2015

      8 photos

      ... intact. It was interesting to read the signs about the different rooms and what they may have been used for. The kids were up to the top in no time with Keely kissing several other stones before discovering where the real Blarney Stone was located. It's actually a piece of the wall on the outermost battlement and you have to lay on your back and lean backwards and downwards to reach it. Luckily there are steel bars to stop you plummeting to your death and a man there to ...

      Travelling in the rain to the ferry.

      A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Nov 21, 2014

      1 photo

      Travelled the last 180 km, to Wexford, mostly in pouring rain and fog, stopping at Dungarvan for coffee - looked like an interesting harbour town - and at New Ross for lunch. Camped at the city site, on a hill overlooking the sea we have to cross tomorrow to Wales, still in pouring rain and wind. Rain and wind howled part of the night, buffeting the Boomer. Ireland has been great - family to see and so many memories as ...

      To the Sea

      A travel blog entry by shockergram on Sep 07, 2014

      3 comments, 14 photos

      ... building fires on the headlands.  Early in the 12th century the Normans built the lighthouse which was first staffed by the monks.. The tour was interesting and view from the top beautiful. The saying, "By Hook or by Crook" originated from here. Oliver Cromwell arriving to secure the English claim to this area and considering his two options to take Waterford by "Hook or by Crook." Hook the long peninsula with the lighthouse and Crook a little village on the other ...

      Episode 10

      A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Jul 10, 2014

      71 photos

      ... tried just about everything that was on offer and there was a very wide range, mostly locally produced. Local cheeses and sausages, butter with all sorts of herbs and spices added, rape seed oil with all sorts of things added, cakes, biscuits and sweets, and probably best of all a locally made Irish Cream liqueur, similar to Baileys only better because my humans could get to taste it, free:

      The battle of the Boyne was a major battle in British history ...

      Macroom, Blarney Castle, Youghal & Waterford

      A travel blog entry by rozzij on Sep 08, 2013

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... on luxury goods. It finished in 1851 when big taxes were brought in and only started again in 1947 when immigrants from Czechoslovakia started it off again. We're all amazed at the lack of workplace, health and safety all over he British Isles and in the Waterford factory the glass blowers weren't wearing gloves or eye protection working with molten crystal. There was eye protection for the crystal cutters but no masks for the dust, bearing in mind it is lead dust, or protection over driving ...