Wicklow Hills Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWicklow Hills Guest House Douglas
Great hosts and a comfortable warm room. Enjoyed our stay and the hospitality. Close to town without being on the main drag, sorry Promenade! Would stay again.
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... a rest home for retired horses and really wanted to go. I was touched that there was such a place and was very impressed with how clean it was. They sold little buckets of pony nuts to walk round with to feed the ponies and horses, I bought one and made my bucket last but Dan must of bought 3 or 4, he did fall for the big soft eyes looking at you and nickering for more. I loved the place, I fed, patted and loved as many of them as I could. I didn't want to leave but it ...
... three times around in circles I decide to head back to my little room in my hotel and make myself a cuppa and try to warm up!! Unlike all the other towns on the island which have coffee shops on just about every street corner Douglas seems to be the opposite and just seemed rather empty!!
Today was certainly a grand day of adventure and I have since changed my tune about the Tenere. If you remember on leaving Edinburgh it was not long before I was cursing this ...
... the Ant and the Bee. Looks like there is a sales market in the park below where the Ant and the Bee are housed but it doesn’t look like it is set up yet. There is another wheel down there but not as large and yet it is also named. This wheel is the Lady Evelyn. Don’t know what it was doing down in the valley but possibly there was mining or milling equipment back when it was built.
We cut ...
... races. Gary was thrilled with the autograph, and can't believe he missed the opportunity (he stayed home to help Jill make a cake!)
We stopped at Laxey to see the Laxey Woolen Mills and to get a scarf in the Manx tartan pattern, made with Manx Laughlan lambs wool. The colors are: Blue for the Sky, Green for the hills, Yellow for the gorse, purple for the heather and white for the cottages.
Jill made Cottage Pie tonight, and a ...