Barrowville Town House

Address: Barrowville Town House, Carlow, County Carlow, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Barrowville Town House, Carlow, is near Carlow Golf Club.
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      Travel Blogs from Carlow

      Gort to Kilkea, in Reverse

      A travel blog entry by thekansasnomad on Jun 15, 2014

      ... on our feet. We wandered into a cathedral across the street after our customary stop at the toilets. From there, a stop at the shopping centre. We needed to wake up and escape the cold for a few. We found some Kilkenny pamphlets and went on our way after a mini-tour. Naturally we come across "Kitty's Kabin", a candy shop(more about that later). After a peak in, we head to Kilkenny castle. The outside of the castle was beautiful. We took an inexpensive tour ...

      Local organic street markets in Carlow

      A travel blog entry by jp.mercier on Mar 24, 2013

      3 comments, 4 photos

      ... Irish cold. I have to admit it, I stopped by the chocolate stand and I bought some, I hid them in my mobile for some further desserts ;)

      I also meet some other WWOOFers, who where like me, following their host family to this market! It was great to know how things are in other families.

      Next week I might go to Dublin to watch a hurling ...

      Day Two

      A travel blog entry by koistycassels on Aug 02, 2012

      2 photos

      ... interspersed with the Abhainn Ri Festival and tonight we saw a little of the local Irish music on the way home from Fennellys. James, Dora and I popped in to the local pub to sample the local Irish music played by the local pub customers on the way home as we heard it from the street. There was a talk on the co-op and how it was run and what the buildings used to be used for etc, and I've learnt a lot today through speaking to everyone about Ireland, and the ...

      Good day for an Irish mass.

      A travel blog entry by jasonw517 on May 15, 2011

      23 photos

      ... of Cainneach", or Canice."

      In an email to St. Canice's, I asked if we were allowed to roam the grounds during mass since they were only open for viewings between 2 and 5 pm. They said "sure" and also threw out an invite to attend mass. I mentioned it to Jolene and she was very interested and (though I am not the very least bit religious) I thought it'd be interesting to attend a genuine Irish mass.

      The present building dates back to the 13th century and along ...

      Staying left, yellow and black and chippies to go

      A travel blog entry by peter_ginger on Sep 05, 2010

      5 comments, 128 photos

      ... 730am. Ginger was up in protest soon after and we eventually made our way downstairs for breakfast in the hotel restaurant….

      ….which was PACKED. And not only packed, but just one of those things that we wanted to stay away from…lot's of grumpy tourists who were either bumping in front of you (while in queue) or just looking unhappy. We continued to defy the atmosphere but smiling – grabbing our continental ...