Ballyogan House

Address: Graiguenamanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in Graiguenamanagh, is near Duiske Abbey, Callan Golf Club, and Ancient Ireland Tours.
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Travel Blogs from Graiguenamanagh

A hurricane in Ireland

A travel blog entry by mnnorske on Oct 21, 2014

4 photos

... of Irish people to America to escape the devastation caused by the potato famine.

We ended the day in Waterford with a walking tour of the historic district. The Vikings came here to pillage but ended up staying and founding what we know as Waterford today.

In the hotel bar there was live music - a country western singer! We will be in Killarney tomorrow and we know where to go there for real Irish music!
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6. Glendalough - darkness followed by darkness

A travel blog entry by flyrina on Feb 26, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

One of Ireland's most important sites, Glendalough was founded by St Kevin in the 6th century. Although he preferred the life of a hermit, retreating to the cave above the Upper Lake known as St Kevin's Bed, his reputation as a holy man grew and he attracted many followers and Glendalough became a pilgrimage site for centuries afterwards. The ruins of Glendalough, meaning the "valley of the two lakes" are spread along 2 miles of a ...

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 ...

Cardiff-Waterford

A travel blog entry by freundlytravels on Jul 10, 2013

4 photos

... from trees or bushes or walls. The guide's theory is that Napoleon lost because soldiers had trouble getting out their swords. The early Americans wanted to distance themselves from King George so they chose the French way. Other theories are that teamsters rode the back left horse and needed to see better for tight passing. Also some studies show that most mammals are right handed and prefer being mounted from the ...

Long to Rain over us! (To be a Pilgrim . . . )

A travel blog entry by berenicek on May 14, 2013

7 comments, 6 photos

... dollar views but paid a high price for them. The official 'blurb' on Glendalough is:
Glendalough nestles high up in the Wicklow mountains on the east coast of Ireland. It is famous for its tranquil beauty and an early Christian monastic settlement founded by St. Kevin in the 6th century. Glendalough has attracted visitors to the shores of its two lakes for almost 1500 years. People come ...