Willowbrook Bed & Breakfast

Address: Portroe Rd / N.52 Junction, Nenagh, County Tipperary, Ireland | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Portroe Rd / N.52 Junction, 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

      Our morning started bright and early today with a 5:45 wake up call. After we made ourselves presentable, we headed down for a special breakfast which our hotel arranged just for us. Traditional breakfast service only begins at 8:00. But when I enquired about having a grab 'n go bagged continental for us to take with us to eat on the bus, they opened the dining room early for us and had a full spread of cereals, fruit, yogurt & juices for us to choose from. ...

      Ireland Part One

      A travel blog entry by foremanclan on Jul 18, 2014

      6 comments, 39 photos

      ... The Country...



      One thing ye notice as ye drive around Ireland is how green and packed with tourists the place is and they ARE everywhere.... after the shock of the forty shades of green (that’s green ye eejit, the sky is the only grey thing we saw!), tourists in buses, in caravans, in campervans, on bikes, hiking and how many people cycle around here in the pouring rain, a holiday? Have yis no homes to go to?


      Then ...

      Ireland, North Wales/England

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

      4 comments, 731 photos

      ... with the "gift of the gab," the talent for eloquence that the Irish famously possess. Though kissing the stone is a relatively new ritual and one that has proved hugely marketable, the association with smooth talking and Blarney goes back many centuries. When Queen Elizabeth I of England sought to impose her rule on Ireland's Gaelic Chiefs, The Lord of Blarney, Cormac MacCarthy, proving most elusive, would reply to her demands with ...

      Day 6

      A travel blog entry by nconnormoore on May 12, 2013

      3 photos

      ... bottom and were all told to put on hard hats- something I scoffed at at first, but as I hit my head within the firstminute, I was thankful for. We walked through a narrow passageway and he gave us history along the way. At one point, he requested we turn off all lights and walk the last bit in the dark to get a feel of what it was like of the explorers. It was pitch black, and when we got to the main room, he turned in the ...

      Take it Easy.

      A travel blog entry by gouldfish on Sep 09, 2012

      1 photo

      ... a little shocking. Hot enough to drink our beers a little more than we normally would have.
      Today we decided to venture out and check out a famous Irish sports match. It's called 'Hurling'. To me it appeared to be a mix between lacrosse, rugby, and handball (youtube for an example). We sat in the sports bar and basically did what everyone else did - meaning we drank and ate, and when everyone cheered, we cheered, and when everyone threw ...