Maryville Bed & Breakfast

Address: Ballycommon, Nenagh, County Tipperary, Ireland | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Ballycommon, Nenagh, is near Watersports Lough Derg.
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    Travel Blogs from Nenagh

    Off the Cliff

    A travel blog entry by kharby on Sep 20, 2014

    94 photos

    ... for the medieval castle banquets. We didn't go to that but went to dinner and show at one of the other buildings on the grounds. In the afternoon we drove to the Cliffs of Moher. A popular place even for the locals as there are 20km paths you can walk around the cliffs. When we returned to Limerick we took our tour around the city stopping at St. Mary's Cathedral and King John's Castle. Another included supper ...

    Ireland Part One

    A travel blog entry by foremanclan on Jul 18, 2014

    6 comments, 39 photos

    ... There is a pub in town called after her, nice beer garden too!


    Nenagh, now here’s a good one...the name comes from “Aonach Urmhumhan” meaning the Fair of Ormond, so Aonach became Nenagh...The Castle is impressive, built in 13th Century, it’s be renovated and gives a great view of the town and surrounding area. The Prison which is now a museum was built just before the Famine and a lot of people committed ...

    Ireland, North Wales/England

    A travel blog entry by tara.krenek on Jun 12, 2014

    4 comments, 688 photos

    ... rather than submission. The Queen was to reply, 'this is all Blarney, he never means what he says and never does what he promises.' And so the word Blarney came into the English language, eloquent words that flatter or deceive. Blarney Castle presents a fairytale picture; its tall towers are set within wonderful gardens containing such romantically named landmarks as, the Druids Altar, the Witches Kitchen and the Wishing Stairs - all of ...

    Cows and Hurling

    A travel blog entry by sbbwebsters on Jun 08, 2014

    3 comments, 15 photos

    ... to the ground; you would get caught by the bars. We couldn't spend too much time there, because we had to drive about 2 hours to get to another cousins' house. This time we went to see Carmel, Pat, Jared, and Brid #3. So many Brids'! When we first got there, they served us lunch. I loved this place because I didn't stuff myself like the others. Plus, they didn't give us a whole bunch of candy bars at the end. For lunch this time, we had lamb, chicken, potatoes, and dessert. ...

    RAG WEEK: Do As the Irish Do.

    A travel blog entry by gouldfish on Mar 10, 2013

    3 photos

    I may not have left the city, but I had one hell of a time this past week. Let me share some of the shena****ns that took place during week six of UL.
    So, every year the University puts on an event called 'Rag Week'. Basically the idea is to raise a **** load of money for charity, and hope that it comes out to more than people spent on alcohol. If you ask a majority of the students here, they will say that it's a drinking week, or a second Frosh Week - ...