No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Limerick
... for lunch. The tourist information bureau was next door, so we asked them where to find St Munchins. Turns out we had passed it on the way to the Castle. We kept going forward because we wanted to locate the Archives Office which we will be visiting next Tuesday. This achieved we decided to backtrack to the Church. There was a wedding taking place when we got there. So we waited until we could go into the church. Finally Edie got to talk to somebody and he took her into a ...
... so . . . social. Even the cab drivers. And even the regulars in the bar downstairs who just chattered away with me as I tried to listen to music in the corner. Here, it is nearly impossible to sit peacefully by myself. If you don’t want conversation, stay at home!
-Two, that last Saturday was so beautiful, that I asked the publican downstairs if I can join him on the patio to soak in a few rays. He told me to use this area as my garden. He, the chef, and I ...
... some spectacular scenery and bought our tickets on the boat but it was leaving in hour and a half, so we de died to go for the Cliffs of Mohar Experience during this time. Back into the car, and drive to the car park and pay for the Experience.
Once we paid we parked the car we walked over the road to the tourist building, it was the shop and kiosk to the area. The cliffs were further over, the wind was blowing and the land fell away to ragged cliffs ...
... Stephen and my dad are really scared of heights so they didn't go up. I also had a dance exam for my Irish step dancing so they were able to see me dance.
After all that, we went to go check into their hotel in Limerick and then ate dinner at Chocolat. It was so good and I loved the food! My favorite soup here is potato and leek but they had sweet potato and leek and it was the best! The ...
... stream and rolling hills that mark the landscape. Just as the castle came into clear sight, a very light flurry of snow began to fall. I swore I had fallen into a fairy tale, as the scene was just too beautiful to be real. We continued up the path to the base of the castle, where we examined the dungeon and kennels, along with the watch tower. We entered the castle and followed the signage toward the infamous Blarney Stone, stopping at each level to admire the architecture and read ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
More great choices in Limerick
Search TripAdvisor for more deals in Limerick
TravelPod Member ReviewsCastletroy Lodge Limerick
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.