No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Durrow
The attic room in Adel's Bed & Breakfast was getting a little cramped, literally. The ceilings were angled in the bedroom and the bathroom. I felt like I couldn't stand up straight after 2 days. So it was a relief to check out and make our way north east toward the vacation town of Kilkenny. Everyone had said if you want to shop, visit Kilkenny …
... window. One plus is that I'm on the bottom bunk and with being near the window I'll never over heat. Also I have wifi in my room since I am so close to the lobby! Woot woot! It's the small things.
Anyways I got up around 7AM and got ready. I had the free breakfast the hostel provides and even met up with Kyrie (one of the Americans just as she was leaving) and then headed to the bus for 8AM. Today I went out to the Dunmore caves near the city of ...
... ever! SO...if you, mystery boy who I forgot the name of from Inch beach, are reading this....please comment or something so I know you found it!
I was about to call it a day then. And I was walking back up to the shop where I left my bag.
But my eyes followed a car, right to where it parked.
I got my bag, and went straight back to the gorgeous blue Kombi parked there.
I literally just wanted ...
... We thought we would check them out and then come back the next morning to go on the tour. The sign instructed us to ring the door bell for cave tour tickets. An elderly lady answered the door and asked us if we wanted to go on the tour. She said if we hurried we could make it onto the last tour which was starting right then. We bought the tickets and raced up the path to the cave entrance. We made it just before the tour started. The caves were discovered by a farmer who ...
... a cool place I am staying at!
Second day in Ireland, Part II – the Pub Visit
That evening Pa collects me again and this time we go to Grace's pub (in town) for a Monday evening of Irish folk music, singing, and poetry reading. I get a Smithwick’s Ale, and get settled with Pa and Lily in the music room – and then meet all kinds of people who love Irish music and social ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free parking