Maryville Bed & Breakfast

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

    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 ...

    Nenagh

    A travel blog entry by tomodea on Jul 08, 2014

    7 photos

    ... so some of the main participants in these events had little coverage.

    After a light lunch we drove around as it had decided to seriously rain. No more gentle downy rain, it came down in buckets. We drove to a place called Golden, which is a bit further south then returned late afternoon to the B&B. Once again Tom spent the rest of the day on the laptop while Ruth finished reading a book about Edward ...

    Ireland, North Wales/England

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

    4 comments, 731 photos

    ... magnificent of Edward I’s Welsh fortresses" ("Conwy Castle"). I couldn't agree more!! Conwy Castle is exceptional!!

    After exploring Conwy castle, we went to our hotel in Liverpool. Terry then gave an optional walking tour of the city, which was great. Some students chose to stay at the hotel, but most of them came along. It was great seeing both the old and new parts of Liverpool-one can really read the history in the ...

    RAG WEEK: Do As the Irish Do.

    A travel blog entry by gouldfish on Mar 10, 2013

    3 photos

    ... do students actually identify with it as Charity Week. Anyway, they manage to raise a large amount of money and the totals are still being added up. For everyone who isn't from Ireland and have to idea what the basis of rag week is, here you go: start drinking in the morning, either don't go to classes or go drunk, party into the next day and don't stop for air.
    So I did how the Irish did.
    So... what are my thoughts? Erin, Jess' friend from ...

    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 ...