Castle Arch Hotel

Address: Summerhill Road, Trim, County Meath, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Summerhill Road, Trim, is near Trim Castle and Butterstream Gardens.
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    Travel Blogs from Trim

    Lionsden- Longwood, County Meath

    A travel blog entry by dlester on Aug 30, 2014

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... br>
    When Henry Hoener De Mamiel, married Caroline Swifte, they moved from Brussels to take up residence in Lionsden. At some time between the birth of their eldest child, Stanislas Hoener De Mamiel and their second child, Oswald Napoleon, Captain Henry Hoener De Mamiel retired from the French army. The family moved to Ireland where they settled at Lionsden. The house had been built by the Swift family in 1788 ...

    Dublin Part 2

    A travel blog entry by angeleah.parey on Nov 11, 2013

    ... seemed sincere and even made Alison tear up. I had never experienced something like that before.

    When we left to find somewhere else to eat we asked a guy what place we would go to and he just tagged along with us. He was really funny and he thought we thought he was going to steal from us or kill us but he was joking a lot. He was actually very funny. He asked us our names and when I said 'Angel,' he looked at me very surprised and said "Is that your real name?!" ...

    The Most Beautiful Castle You've Never Heard Of

    A travel blog entry by helenlilley on Sep 08, 2013

    4 photos

    ... casting.

    Trim castle is actually Anglo-Norman, to get technical, and was built in 1173. Not that much appears to have changed. Bits and pieces were added after, but unlike many castles, it was not redesigned or maintained. It's a proper old ruin. I spent far too long wandering around it, and the lovely little town, just taking it all in. It meant that I didn't get into Belfast until well after I'd intended, but the delay was well worth it.

    The final leg of the trip

    A travel blog entry by lupah on Jul 17, 2013

    ... have in the states with a car. I am not however looking forward to starting work in two.weeks but I know I need the income and good will come from it (I hope). I have a stack of postcards that I've yet to send and am debating if sending them from here is worth it anymore... ...

    Dublin Thru a Sleepy Haze

    A travel blog entry by kingmilo on Jun 29, 2013

    18 photos

    ... to our first hotel in the city (we will be exploring Dublin on our own for a few days after the tour). Once in traffic, we congratulated ourselves in not choosing to drive as even on a Sunday morning traffic in Dublin is fast, with countless turnoffs and highway arterials. Add to this, driving on what we North Americans think of as the "wrong side of the road". "Hard left, far right" is the rule of thumb. Sit back, let ...