Cedars Hotel Rosslare
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Our breakfast served by Betty was very nice including home-cooked scones, pancakes, porridge and smoked salmon. It rained a bit as we left the B&B but it soon cleared up leaving good driving conditions for the drive to Blarney Castle.
The kids were unsure about seeing another castle and kissing the Blarney Stone but by the end of the experience declared that this was the best castle visit yet. The actual castle is mostly a ruin inside but the walls and spiral ...
... days and the engine kept cutting out when I tried to move off. This was bad news as it was already 10pm and I had to make it to armagh that night before leaving early in the morning to catch the boat some 4 hours south to Rosslare. After nearly passing out when I saw my scarred baby tiger I started to think straight - get on the phone to Peter and have him ask the internet for solutions while my brother in law and I started poking things on the bike. The solution, it turned out, was ...
... t notice and honestly didn't mind as it was a brand new Mercedes with only 4,000 miles on it.
Kay suggested that we eat at Culletons Pub a block away. We took her advice and walked into a jam packed pub filled with locals. There was standing room only and nobody looked like they were leaving anytime soon as a band was setting up for an evening of traditional Irish music. We were about to give up when a family of 3 invited us to ...
... out until then in a little pub in Fishguard until 2am!!! We made it onto the barge and then to Ireland eventually, although we were extremely tired!!!
We slept on the barge from Fishguard Harbour to Ireland (Rosslare) which took about 3 and a half hours. We slept on seats that weren't very comfortable and we were very cold. We did, however, manage to sleep the whole way!
We awoke refreshed and invigorated for our trip back across Ireland. Mark looked hale and hearty, finally back up to snuff after a couple of rough early days. We packed our bags out to our little car and awaited breakfast at nine-ish with our innkeep, Richard Byrnes.
Mr. Byrnes is a displaced Brit who bought the old Kerins Hotel a dozen years prior and built it into a lovely B&B along the falls of Ennistymon. He served us a ...
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