Cashel Town Bed and Breakfast

5 John Street, Cashel, County Tipperary, Ireland | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Cashel

Day 30

A travel blog entry by bigadventure14


... meal of stew cooked with guiness and mash with great traditional live Irish music. Local "smithwick"ale was pretty good too. My travel buddy after enjoying a red wine had some trouble finding the bottom stair on her way to the toilet but seems undamaged so must have had a soft landing! We then walked around the grounds of Kilkenny castle in warm sunshine and started talking to an Irishman about his little dog who kept running off. Found out he was a Hawthorn ...

Our last day in Europe

A travel blog entry by themoloneys


... some really old cathedrals and graveyards, black abbey where smithwicks is brewed, medieval streets where markets were held. Ate dinner at Kyetelers Inn, which was home to a woman names Aloce Kyeteler. She had 4 husbands and three died quite mysteriously. She was accused of witchcraft by her kids and friends and escaped the night before she was to be burned on the stake. This was in ...

The short way or the long way?

A travel blog entry by cruisinpenny


... to have a sign with those numbers on it.) And guess what? Big trucks can roar around curves on your side of the road! If they drive there, then the system should be changed to the system we use with most of the world. Imagine being on the left, now you need to make a left, and oncoming traffic is headed right at you, so you have to crank the steering wheel so hard left that it feels like the wheel will come off, and you naturally try to ...

Transition day- on the road

A travel blog entry by hansonerin


... drive (hrs) to Killarney. It's a beautiful drive--lots of green valleys, sheep, cows and some horses. Roads are narrow. (I'm watching the driver to get tips on driving on the 'wrong' side of the road.). The word 'Kill' in the name means "church"...just saying. Killarney is a quaint tourist town. Lots of shops...and we're happy: it has the restaurant Milano, which we ate at in Temple Bar. Yummy. We had dinner at the hotel. It was ok but the ...

Evocative charm of Cashel

A travel blog entry by jauntyjaunts


Cashel is a nowhere town that you have to see if you come to Ireland. I bussed, trained and walked my ass off for a few hours worth of site seeing. It was worth the incredible back pain from lugging everything. The Rock of Cashel is one of Ireland's greatest relics. It was the seat of the ancient Kings of Munster (A.D. 300-1100) ...

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This B&B, located on 5 John Street, Cashel, is near Rock of Cashel, Brú Ború Heritage Centre, Athassel Priory, and Ahenny High Crosses.
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