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


          A travel blog entry by michaelmaloney on Jan 26, 2015

          26 photos

          ... 8217;t performed in 2 years, twas interesting, we are now chanting to ourselves “you’re grand, you’re grand…” for whenever we doubt ourselves. We’ve continued to bond J “you’re so much like you’re father”, has been so incredibly nice to hear, and I tell her how much she’s like my father, as well, it’s all just so nice, and we finished the night watching a show on country music. Ah. Noreena told her she had ...

          Royalty for a night

          A travel blog entry by jenchuck76 on Jul 30, 2014

          10 photos

          ... to the town of Tarbert. It's in the north end of County Kerry, and home to a ferry terminal. Fortunately, Val, our hostess back in Kilkenny, told us of this. It's a 20 minute ferry ride that saves you nearly 200 km in driving by not having to go all the way east to get around this long but narrow bay. So, we lined up with all the cars like car cattle, paid our 18€, and hitched a ride to County Clare. As we knew we'd be ...

          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 ...

          Day 18. Limerick area

          A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy on Jun 02, 2014

          1 comment, 13 photos

          ... 2000 BC, at Lough Gur. We drove through Bruff, the ancestral home of JF Kennedy. We reached Tipperary and had Pub Grub for lunch. All the time the roads held us spellbound with their beauty. We drove thru Golden and on to Cashel, where the Kings of Munster lived from the 9th century. The fortress was situated on a high rocky outcrop and was very impressive but it was unfortunate that there was scaffolding over most of it. It was handed over to the church in ...

          Day 15- Travel to Limerick by way of Galway

          A travel blog entry by dougm51 on Sep 19, 2013

          11 photos

          ... who had just recently arrived from Brazil to learn English - she was so very nice. The manager was from India, as was the cook. To top it off the girl with the sign directing us here from the main drag was from France- what a League of Nations- when you throw in two Canucks. We ate pizza, drank wine and chatted with everyone. A super great lunch stop!
          Continued our drive on to Limerick- lots of great photo ops ...