Annaly Hotel

Address: 57 Main Street, Longford, County Longford, Ireland | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 57 Main Street, Longford, is near Greyhound Stadium.
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Travel Blogs from Longford

New Farm!

A travel blog entry by wwooftrip2014 on Oct 17, 2014

So I should be awarded worst blogger of the year, becuase I am not doing a very good job. :) Anyway, we have been at our new farm for almost 2 weeks already and it is has been kind of hard becuase we don't have internet so we have to either walk or get a taxi to the pub down the hill. We took a couple days getting up here and visited Ennis, the Cliffs of Moher, Sligo and Derry on the way up here to Greencastle a ...

Shamrocking in the UK

A travel blog entry by ashnbrieurope on Jul 11, 2014

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... br> view out into the deep blue abyss we sat there and pondered on life’s ponderings….
Well that’s what it looked like we were really just so damn tired! Almost fell
asleep up there. The cliffs have a tower on top. A local man used it to take
women up there from the pub saying they were his cliffs. They would go for a
look but refuse his advances as they had nowhere to stay, so he built this
tower and so they would be impressed then when he would ...

Cong & Connemara Marble Factory

A travel blog entry by rozzij on Sep 05, 2013

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... potholes. We cross the river Robe. All road signs are in English and Gaelic. Some signs are in miles and some in kilometres. We're in county Mayo. We stop for coffee in Cong at Molly Blooms cafe with excellent scones. The town is situated between two Loughs. To make it easier for transport a canal was dug between the two Loughs to the sea in 1854 but the ground was sandstone so it didn't hold water. It's 12ft deep but mostly dry so no boats have used ...

Belvedere house

A travel blog entry by johnnym on Jul 04, 2013

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... we decided it wasn't accidental. Heading round the house later we read the history of the various owners and saw that the unmarried penultimate owner had passed it on to his male friend and companion. Ah, got it. It's a lovely house, small but perfectly formed (smallish, at any rate, it still has rooms downstairs for the servants, and the tour is limited by the upstairs rooms being out of bounds) but the grounds are absolutely stunning. They come with a lovely sense of ...

Festivus Maximus - Ireland's Festivals

A travel blog entry by jenny.og on Sep 17, 2012

... Patrick's Day, although I think the rest of the world really shows up what Ireland has to offer. This year's parade through Belfast was smaller than my colleague's hometown parade in the Netherlands, I've been told. Regardless, there are great offers on in the pubs and plenty of people looking to enjoy the atmosphere! Belfast has a great free concert on at the wonderful Custom House Square. Would love to check out Downpatrick's celebrations for it's historical ...