Ballyogan House

Address: Graiguenamanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in Graiguenamanagh, is near Duiske Abbey, Callan Golf Club, and Ancient Ireland Tours.
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Travel Blogs from Graiguenamanagh

Driving On The Left From Avoca to Waterford

A travel blog entry by travelingma on Jun 08, 2015

21 photos

... to see the Hook Lighthouse (Terry is a lighthouse nut!). It is a medieval lighthouse tower built 800 years ago. As it was getting late, and they were ready to close, we just walked around the area and took pictures. Then it was back up the penisula to catch the car ferry to Waterford. It was eight Euro but worth it in saving time. But the lanes on the ferry were as small as the country lanes and I was a nervous wreck pulling on. Luckily, I ...

End of training and beginning the Rock!

A travel blog entry by jerseyjessford on Jul 07, 2014

5 photos

... and smiled ear to ear as Jess said she was "buzzin' for worship tonight." I met Jess and Julie two years ago, when they came into the Emp with their friends and we immediately bonded. By the end of the trip, we got to talk so much and I was able to tell them how God has changed my life. I gave Julie my bible and Allie have hers to Jess. It was obviously God's plan that we would become so close and ...

6. Graiguenamanagh - say it 3 times fast

A travel blog entry by flyrina on Feb 26, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

We finally made it out of Thomastown and ventured into my favorite city in Ireland - or at least my favorite to say out loud. It mostly sounds like manamamanama (but only to me)! This pretty town means 'village of the monks'. Emma's mom suggested a stop here to pop into to pet some lambs wool and see how woolen ...

Kenmare to Dublin

A travel blog entry by judithbloom on Sep 27, 2013

4 comments, 1 photo

... Hundreds of people there. John and I both pulled a pint and received a certificate. I even enjoyed drinking the pint. It was a really fun few hours. We are all meeting in the bar soon and then going to dinner. Tomorrow is a walking tor of Dublin in the morning and an Irish Caberet tomorrow night. Hope all is well at home. Love to ...

Glendalough- You take the high road, Sebastian

A travel blog entry by alexa.sb.21 on Jun 08, 2013

14 photos

... getting a little silly; we might as well have been traveling with them.

Shortly after that we took a trail that very few others were taking through a very dark forest that looked like Fangorn. I was very excited; it was absolutely gorgeous. We walked this path to another wooden trail (I hated these trails, by the way, they had staples in them for traction that I could feel through my shoes), and then onto yet another rocky road and then well paved path. This ...