Castle Leslie Estate

Address: Glaslough Village, Glaslough, County Monaghan, Ireland | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Glaslough Village, Glaslough, is near St. Patrick's Cathedral (Church of Ireland) and Armagh Public Library.
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      Across Ireland to a Castle near Northern Ireland

      A travel blog entry by tngontheroad on Sep 28, 2014

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      Another easy day for us. I know for sure we are wearing our guide down. Breakfast at 8:30AM! On the road and only one stop.

      We stopped at Clonmacnoise, a settlement built around a church in about 500. Over the years there were several other churches built at the site. A few photos and a movie and we are on the way before the buses arrive.< …

      No car, no worries.

      A travel blog entry by penmather on Nov 29, 2014

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      ... them as they plod down the motorway at an average speed of 38km/h. Today adventures took us from Rathmullan, County Donegal to Armagh, funnily enough in County Armagh. This morning I thanked my lucky stars we didn't ask our Irish relatives for a bed during our journey. Although on a budget, three grassy green plots in The Church of Ireland yard isn't my idea of a economic European holiday. We then ventured aka trespassed onto ...

      Another country - almost. Another ferry!

      A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Nov 09, 2014

      Drove from our camp to Cairnryan, the terminal for our ferry to Northern Ireland. The circle closes again! After we had been to Arromanche, in northern France to see the Mulberry Harbour created for the D-Day landings, we arrived today at Cairnryan. This was one of several places where the enormous floating concrete blocks were manufactured, that were then towed across ...

      A Rock in the Road

      A travel blog entry by shockergram on Sep 17, 2014

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      September 17, 2014
      Weather: Foggy, better in p.m.

      Moving day again, we are moving into Northern Ireland. The day started with a "discussion" on the route to be taken, it is to be remembered that Ron won!!!! He wanted to take a trip into the Connemara National Park, it would only take a half hour or so longer! Yea, right!

      We headed off with high fog into very rural country. Rolling along we enjoyed the countryside, it ...

      Father's Day special.

      A travel blog entry by jukes on Sep 07, 2014

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      ... word was phoned to police to notify them to clear the area of civilians. The idea was to cripple the English economy, not to maim or kill. She was so interesting - a real school teacher. Told of rebuilding what had been knocked down, then rebuilding what had been knocked down again, and rebuilding what had been knocked down, again and again, during the troubles. 20yrs ago before the Republic of Ireland joined the EU as an agricultural country and gained such financial ...