County Arms Hotel & Leisure Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... it was in a most beautiful setting, with the calm waters of Pollacappul Lough in front of the abbey and rhododendron covered mountains behind it. Only a few rooms are open to the public for touring as the nuns still live here, but it was beautifully decorated and a delight to walk through. Although the abbey had been damaged by fire, much of the interior had been restored to its original glory. Once done in the abbey, I continued on ...
... that they will eat at meal times (fingers crossed)!!!! I have also been cooking a fair bit as well, creamy chicken curry last night and heart spaghetti bol for tonight with slurpy pasta for the boys (creative names, here's hoping it works a bit!) also made some yummy chocolate cupcakes, and Anzac biscuits too, Nathaniel's not interested in any of them but Marcus seems to enjoy them a lot. I think I will have to research more recipes specific for fussy eating ...
... to Woodlawn was actually kind of neat for me. When we got there, we went straight to the farm house and were very warmly welcomed with tea, scones, and amazing brown bread. I'm already turning into a huge fan of hot tea. It's delicious. The house was so cute and pretty much what I imagined an Irish farmhouse to look like. Also, the rural area we were in was what I imagine when ...
... American West. Mickey wanted to be a cowboy.
We make a start over to Birr Castle, just to get a look, but we become thirsty again and stop off at Kelly’s. Another Smithwicks, another Bulmers. After that, it’s time to get to our lodging for the night. We arrive at Kinnitty Castle Hotel and check into our room. Now this is about as close to a “castle-feel” room experience as we get ...
... Guesthouse. It's located in county Sligo, just past Ballinacarrow. Roderick, heir to the Temple House and whose family has owned the estate and property since about the 1600's, personally greeted us upon our arrival and after having given us the grand tour, surprised me to a bottle of birthday prosecco for the evenings celebrations and some afternoon tea by the fire.
For my birthday supper, Robyn and I enjoyed wine, meats and cheeses from ...