Fanad House

Address: \N, Kilkenny, County Kilkenny, Ireland | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Kilkenny

    Into the countryside

    A travel blog entry by kramertown on Jul 03, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... than Stonehenge and 600 years older than the pyramids in Egypt. While the crypt is small by modern standards (the interior chamber is maybe 5 meters by 6 meters and 10 meters high while the whole mound is 80 meters in diameter and 20 meters high) it is a marvel of ancient engineering. The rocks used to create the mound we visited (Newgrange) were hauled from up to 80 km away and it took 100 men over 50 years to build it, in an era when the average ...


    A travel blog entry by ctcanada on Sep 05, 2014

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... that makes it too dangerous. Soo disappointing. Still we did get to do the a Bray's Head walk on Valentia Island as compensation. This is the nearest we will get to the islands. Didn't really have a plan B organised for today, so made our way back to Killarney (1.5hrs) where we had a late lunch and did a short walk along the northern end of the lake. Wednesday 3rd September Set off from Killarney East over the hills towards Cork. Road was great to begin ...

    A Kilkenny anyone?

    A travel blog entry by andyandmichele on May 10, 2014

    3 comments, 12 photos

    ... taking in all the surroundings. All the while checking restaurant menus for tonight's meal.

    Kilkenny has a fine arts and design centre set up as an enclave of crafts people working from their spaces. At the front is a gallery and store. Well done and a lot like Montsalvat in outer Melbourne.

    The Irish pub being renowned for warm atmospheres, friendly service,
    rich ...

    The town you never want to leave

    A travel blog entry by on Nov 13, 2013


    ... the Irish flute, (like an angel) the harmonica, the accordion, the spoons and some type of drum.
    I couldn't stop staring at them, they sounded so beautiful.
    Well, I stopped for a bit for a bit when two total Irish strangers, came and sat with me and chatted me up!!! One was so very very very!!!!!!!!
    We had so much fun. Sean, the singer kept singing songs with Boston in them and dedicating them to me. He also gave me a ...


    A travel blog entry by clarkyreno on Aug 16, 2012

    6 photos

    ... chilled in the enormous green field behind the castle and has a picnic and threw the frisbee around for a while. By the time came for us to part ways the following morning, I'd say I'd made a pretty good friend with a GOod person. We had some good craic! (an Irish word describing, fun, good times, etc) Well off to dingle and a traditional Gaelic speaking part of Ireland to this day! I can't ...