Laragh House Luxury Guesthouse Accomodation
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... out to be a pedestrian/delivery drop off street! Quickly I got off that and found a place to park. We met up with the couples and walked to St. Aidans which was built betweern 1812 and 1852. It is a Gothic Revival church. Very pretty.
A short walk away was Enniscorthy Castle, an intact stone edifice. We payed the admission and you have a choice of wandering on your own or a tour so we took a tour. Our guide was informative and ...
... is a beautifully restored castle right in the heart of town. It was very impressive inside and out and The grounds were immaculate. It really showed off the splendor in which some people lived. We then walked over to the Smithwick's (pronounced "Smiddicks") Brewery which was founded in 1710. Kilkenny is a small town, so it was about 5 minute walk. The tour was very interesting and actually a bit more informative than the Guinness tour. Of course, it ...
... ar ar ar...Town is that way" and he points. I guess we were both wrong, he just had the world's longest stutter ever. Poor man. Since I still wasn't sure which way to go, I figured I would just nod and continue as we may have been there all night with a follow up question. We then walked to Kyteler's Inn for dessert and to listen and watch some old irish music and dancing and then headed back to the B&B to hit the ...
... is the baby finger. We left Killarney at the head of the Kerry Pennisula on our way to Kilkenny via the Beara Penninsula and through Cork. Our first stop was the Torc Waterfall not far from the ...
... br> I have to say, though, the best part about this stop on our trip, was our beautiful B&B. We stayed at the Lawcus Farm Guest House, and I cannot stress enough how in love we were with this place. It is all at once stunning and cozy. The accommodations are lovely, but the friends you make (both with people AND animals) are the best part. The ...