Ashbourne House Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TravelPod Member ReviewsAshbourne House Hotel
Great tasty food, lots of Beer on tap. Great value for money.
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... interesting because of the way they say medical terms differently than we do in the states. Also, the call any kind of field a "pitch," which took a while to get used to. Besides the accents, Ireland had many beautiful things to offer. Walking around the city today for the last time, I was once again struck by the intricate architecture, numerous statues and monuments, as well as the ...
... was filmed. The most adventurous part of the day is when we visited the passage tombs of Loughcrew. The tomb was extremely, and I mean EXTREMELY high and a very long uphill walk/jog. It was filled with beautiful sites!! It also was raining and high winds of probably 50 or higher (no lie). This made it a very interested view when people kept falling up and down the hill, surprisingly not me. Our tour guide Colum, was ...
... officer who was married to Maureen O'Hara (name to be added) who was a supporter of the museum. Irish coffee was first served to the flyers so the town claims that Irish coffee was developed there. Everyone had a coffee or tea, while they demonstrated how to make the best Irish coffee. The weather cleared which was great so enjoyed the views. Lunch was at Dillon's in Inach; we had carrot soup and bread, while many in the group had cabbage and bacon dinner. Travelled thru ...
... was really good. Afterwards we walked to Grafton St. and poked around before me and Jess split from the boys for a few hours. We just shopped and stopped in for some Wifi before meeting up with the boys and running back to the ship for dinner. We stayed in that night because everyone was exhausted but we watched a movie with the whole family (+this one rando girl nobody is a huge fan of). I wrote out a billion postcards and everyone made their plans for the ...
... shockingly low by our standards. Men's shirts for 7 euros, blue jeans for 11 euros. Women's clothes and accessories were of the same value. O'Connell Street is very wide with generous sidewalks on both sides, four lanes for vehicles and a median with historical and not so historical statues. Meanwhile David went on his own tour of Dublin covering those areas of interest to him. We reconnected for supper at Toscana for a great Italian ...