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.< …

      Journey to Monaghan

      A travel blog entry by jaelithe.wedd on Feb 28, 2015

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      ... and when you get out and pay for things it has to be in pounds again. The funny thing is that our GPS doesn't recognise any of Northern Ireland as it is a separate country so we guess our way via road signs. Our car is in km so when we go into miles, with no GPS, Pete has to do the conversions for me-the plus of having a maths teacher in the car. We make it to Belfast and we don't think much of it-seems a bit durgy; maybe that's the part of town we entered but we decide ...

      First Day in Ireland

      A travel blog entry by ian.case on Jan 16, 2015

      4 photos

      ... suggested that we make a sign letting the next people the name of the car. In the end we just took a photo of them hugging the car and entered the terminal.

      The check-in to the ferry was fairly seamless. After waiting in the departure lounge for 10 minutes we were loaded onto a bus which drove all the way to the terminal and into the ferry. That was a bit of a surprise. The ferry ride was quite smooth and none of the family were ...

      No car, no worries.

      A travel blog entry by penmather on Nov 29, 2014

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      You got a tractor? You got a silage cart? Well sir - you've got yourself a luxurious family wagon. Many Irish families seem to have forgone the need to purchase a car instead squeezing Mum, Dad, children, grandparents, aunts, uncles, pets, the kitchen sink and some silage into a Massey Ferguson cabin en route to the local village of a Saturday afternoon. Showing little care for the 63 odd cars, semi-smooth gear changing from 5th to ...

      Another country - almost. Another ferry!

      A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Nov 09, 2014

      ... to form the Mulberry Harbour. So interesting to complete the chain of information via panels in the waiting hall.

      We had a very smooth 2 hour crossing to Belfast. Decided not to try to "see" Belfast so drove through the city, past City Hall and out the east side to a camp on a farm at Craigavon, not far from Lough Neagh, largest lake in Europe after Lake ...