Magherabuoy House Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... it reached the main road. We walked back into the small village centre and stopped in the corner cafe for a hot chocolate. Afterwards Jo-Ann went to the post office to try a buy a postcard - no such a thing for Ballynahinch apparently. So we sent a Best Wishes card instead to 'Grandma' from her home town. About this time the car rental company phoned to say that they would arriving shortly.
The new car is a red Ford Transit which the kids christened ...
... exploring the many rooms and yards that are in it. The crows played their part also keeping Shaylee on edge the whole time.
Back in the car it was a quick stop in Headford for a coffee and muffin before heading north again for a few hours to the town of Sligo which straddles the Garavogue River. Needing a break from driving and feeling peckish we parked up and found a pub to share a meal and a couple of ...
... The rival was so shocked to find such a large “baby” that he ran back to Scotland fearing that whomever had sired this giant 'baby’ must be enormous. Finn, now relieved, ripped off the baby clothes and quickly knocked down the bridge.
However the hexagonal basalt posts got here doesn’t matter as much as ...
... as 1490, but it was in 1608 that they became licensed to distill whiskey. Because it is an active distillery, we weren't allowed to take photographs inside. It was a very informative and tasty tour. We got to sample a 12 year whiskey. They pride themselves on distilling it three times. Nothing goes to waste: sell by products of mashing and fermentation to farmers for feed and after they reuse the barrels three times/30 years, they sell them to ...
... early evening, in glorious sunshine. The kids from the other camping group were interested in how I had got so fast, and I decided encouraging practice was a good idea. Better, anyway, than encouraging them in the truth, that I'm not that fast and anyway how did you get the idea I am, young man? They were interested in all the bike, why it had no wheels on, why the handlebars were bent, what this attachment and that sticky up bit were, which neatly managed to be cute and ...