Williamsferry House

Address: William Street, Nenagh, County Tipperary, Ireland | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on William Street, 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

      ... down here but the place was packed and no rooms in any Inns, not even a feckin stable available, bloody tourists!

      Kinsale, great seaside town full of boats, restaurants and packed to the rafters, great buzz about the place. King Charles Fort is a great vantage spot. The Lusitannia was sunk off the Old Head of Kinsale 1915 by a German U Boat, actually left from Cobh.....

      Kinsale is the start the Wild Atlantic Way, or it’s the end of ...

      Roadtrippin' & More Amurcans

      A travel blog entry by thekansasnomad on Jun 02, 2014

      13 photos

      ... areas in the park. Unfortunately, Sinead wasn't up for much walking or exploring, so our time there was cut drastically short. I hope to go up there soon and hike around. Besides that, it was great. Sinead drove the wrong way out of the parking lot. A dad on a bike with his sons was riding towards us, signaling her to go the other way. She rolled her window down, and yelled "whatever, whatever, yeah **** OFF". She hates the city folk who think they can just come ...

      Cliffs of Moher

      A travel blog entry by toigz54 on Apr 08, 2013

      ... to look over the edge. Don't think I would have looked over standing up. But it was very beautiful. After walking back against the wind we were both very pleased to get back into the car, where were headed to Limerick to stay the night. We found our hotel alright got changed and went for a pint. After a few pints and some D'n'M we hit the ...

      And I'm Home

      A travel blog entry by melepua on Oct 10, 2012

      ... and they gobbled that stuff up. One guy even scooped a cup into the bowl and drank it. I’ve never seen salsa consumed in that way, but hey, whatever works. I also made margaritas that they also gobbled up. I learned that night how the Irish, who are well trained when it comes to consuming copious amounts of beer, cannot handle cocktails. I proved, by example, that we Americans are not the wusses they think we are. This cocktail champion survived the night and ...

      Trail Walkin' and the Plassey Mill

      A travel blog entry by djsheed on Jul 10, 2012

      22 photos

      ... or Irish football. I couldn't really discern what it was that they were saying, but it sounded fun. When the Irish accent is thick, it's damn near impossible to understand if you aren't the one speaking with it.

      I then got some food at the local store to take back to my home away from home. I did everything I could to only "Shop Irish" and support the local economy. I then returned home to have some of the "family dinner" of ...