Desmond Lodge

Address: Lough Gur , Limerick, County Limerick, Ireland | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Lough Gur , Limerick, is near Lough Gur Visitor Centre and Lough Gur.
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      Travel Blogs from Limerick

      The Burren

      A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Nov 19, 2014

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      Woke to howling wind and pouring rain. Good weather could not last, it seemed.   Went to the local churchyard to se the family graves, but could not find them, in the pouring rain, so drove through Gort to Kilmacduagh. This is an ancient settlement of seven ruined churches and monasteries, dating from the 7th century, and founded by St Colman.   Drove along Lough Bunny! Weather had turned dry and beautifully sunny!   Went to look at The Burren, a karst landscape ...

      Day 16. Drogheda to Limerick

      A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy on May 31, 2014

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      ... way to the coach park. We had about 45 minutes to wait before the 7.00 bus to Limerick. It pulled in on time and the luggage compartment opened inviting us to put our cases in. We then climbed aboard and bought one way tickets for €18 each. It was a 3 hour 50 minute journey. We followed the expressway but did not actually go on it. There were about 8 stops along the way where people got on or off. The countryside looked prosperous and the towns old and interesting. We arrived ...

      Limerick

      A travel blog entry by jamesandbre on Feb 06, 2014

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      ... out to guests, the owner Rose is lovely! They live in the attached house next door. The house is great, lounge room with open fire, big kitchen and a homely feel which is nice to have after staying in hostels and pubs. We spent the evening in front of the fire and chatting away with an Irish man staying here. Friday (7th) best sleep since we left home, comfy bed and pillows. After breakfast (which cereals and toast are included) we walked into the ...

      Moms and Stuff

      A travel blog entry by melepua on Oct 04, 2013

      ... atmosphere. We visited several musical events happening around town, including a singer-guitarist at Dolan’s bar, Arthur Guinness Day and a music trail dedicated in his honor (music trails are when several bars throughout town host live music, trad, rock, pop, you name it. The idea is that you can pub crawl your way around some fantastic live entertainment), the Limerick Jazz Festival weekend (fully equipped with a jazz trail), and of course, more music at Bourke’s. The ...

      Southern coast of Ireland

      A travel blog entry by shirleynaomi on Sep 10, 2013

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      ... The town dates back to Norman times and in the early 1200s was given a charter by the King then by 1350 the site was walled and had quays and port facilities. Leaving Youghal, we travel through rich pastural countryside where dairy cows and sheep graze endlessly. There are cows everywhere over here! We arrive in Waterford, well know for crystal! the city sits on a harbour on the River Suir. It is Ireland's oldest city founded by the Vikings in ...