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

    Our journey to the Cliffs of Moher & beyond

    A travel blog entry by minaco on Jul 27, 2014

    3 comments, 3 photos

    ... of the cliffs. If you ever visit Ireland, these cliffs should be added to your must visit list. It is a long drive, but so worth it! We are now back on board the motor coach with one final stop near Dungaire Castle in a few minutes which will mark the last of the scheduled stops for this tour. We will get a twenty minute window to take some photos and grab a drink or snack before our two hour drive back to Dublin. This tour has been amazing...but a very long day. ...

    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, 731 photos

    ... of this symbol are often said to correspond to the qualities of love (the heart), friendship (the hands), and loyalty (the crown). . . One legend . . . is of a man named Richard Joyce. He left his town to work in the West Indies, intending to marry his love when he returned. However his ship was captured and he was sold as a slave to a Moorish goldsmith. In Algiers, with his new master, he was trained in his craft. When William III became ...

    RAG WEEK: Do As the Irish Do.

    A travel blog entry by gouldfish on Mar 10, 2013

    3 photos

    ... where we literally did
    a Marval movie marathon from one in the afternoon until I think three in
    the morning. I'm going to really miss this past week. I think I'm going
    to miss it the most when I'm sitting in my Monday 9am lecture... or
    when I'm catching up on all the homework that I missed in the past
    week. I don't regret anything. Maybe the sore throat and cold I'm developing. But really, I don't. I took a break on the 'no ...

    Travelers (Gypsies) and Old Men

    A travel blog entry by djsheed on Jul 17, 2012

    6 photos

    ... with enough time to get back home and then return downtown to meet the group was late, and it subsequently screwed me.  I did get to see some "members of the traveling community" though while waiting for the bus.  "Travelers" or "Members of the Traveling Community" is the politically-correct way of referring to Gypsies, who are fairly prominent over here in Ireland.  On our bus tour up to Galway, I asked the bus driver ...