Sea Dew Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... the track beside the canal. The latter won and on down beside the canal we went. We had been told we wouldn't see any boats but were delighted to come across a lock complete with lock keepers cottage. Decide to carry on down to wher the canal meets with River Shannon. Saw lots of boats tied up. Many were in a very derelict state. Stopped beside a couple of guys doing a bit of maintenance on their craft and found that many of the boat owners ...
... dating from 1820. The walled gardens in the grounds feature Box Hedges that are over 300 years old. They are also, according to The Guinness Book of Records, the tallest hedge in the world". Ahh what would we do without Wikipedia! This place really is beautiful though, it would be fantastic place for a picnic and long solitary walks to take in the atmosphere and the beautiful foliage (Which due to the time of year was non existent for me, mostly just trees ...
... before we leave though!
In comparison Noma had a very realxing day. Coffee in town and playing with the kids in the afternoon. Kyle and Matt made a delicious dinner, a chicken stew with some sensational coconut rice. YUMMY!
Tomorrow we are going to take a drive around to see some of the sites.
Anyway it's quite late right now....9.20pm and I need some sleep. Too much fresh air today I think!
Until next time
M, N & H
... made a great show. Everyone had a laugh because we were walking on history in the form of a square of stone chips, but the grassy mound top surrounded us and it was being mowed by a man with a remote control mower; so we went from prehistoric times to 21st century technology. The reason we could walk on this was that the mound is very stable and there’s no chance of collapsing or movement.
The storyboards on the ground ...
... 8211; though how is anyone to know that?
We didn’t get much from the County office other than directions to Killoe, and then we followed the signpost to Enybegs where we found a relatively new Catholic church and no sign of a graveyard. Pete had a look in the church while I went to the little shop to ask for directions, there are a few Gillens about but not spelt with an 'in’ but we know that the ...