Courtown Hotel

Courtown Harbour, Gorey, County Wexford, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Courtown Harbour, Gorey, is near River Liffey, Irish Agricultural Museum and Famine Exhibition, and Courtown Golf Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Gorey

    Entry 3: Once upon a time Robin Hood

    A travel blog entry by louivic on Apr 11, 2014

    5 comments, 2 photos

    ... It is three euro to shoot 10
    arrows on the normal targets. The archery teacher is always there to give you
    advice and lessons. It is 15 euro to have an incredible experience on the 3D
    course. I’m really lucky because I can shoot for free at any time, even if it’s
    closed. The archery teacher, a really nice guy, gave me a bow and a few arrows
    for the time that I am here. He ...

    Cork at night with aaron

    A travel blog entry by jkrakauer on Nov 26, 2012

    This entry is to recap what Aaron and I did during our time in Cork City at night. It is not as recent as the trip to meet Liz and was over two different nights that were not back to back.

    The first night Aaron and I went to Cork to see the new James Bond movie. I had a crab cake to eat before the ...

    The Irish built the Pyramids

    A travel blog entry by hachbach on May 08, 2010

    1 comment, 66 photos

    ... pyramids. But we probably put in a bid!!" ;-) Jimmy also explained why port, starboard, bow and stern are named as such. All thanks to the Vikings! Vikings had their rudder and the handle to control it on the right of the boat, so they could only pull up to moor (at port) on the left. As for bow, Jimmy said to consider it more as bough and it makes sense. Lay down a tree to make a boat, and the tree boughs at one end (the bow). Maybe this wasn't such ...

    Gorey... Here I Come!

    A travel blog entry by kwestfield on Jan 24, 2010

    1 comment

    ... to be there. Dinner was a chicken lasagna, which was delicious! Forget that whole idea that Irish can't cook, well I mean Grammy... she just boiled everything, so I can't really lie about that! But I had some delicious food, and plenty of tea! (Which of course, I love!)

    So that night Ali and I got ready and stopped by to go pick up the 2 girls who were next door. We were heading to the local pub that was apparently the "happening place", ...

    Hello Strangers!!

    A travel blog entry by ncmigas on Oct 23, 2009

    20 photos

    ... Mountains, surrounded on all sides by steep mountain passes. Glendalough translates as the valley of two lakes and is very difficult to navigate; true Irish signage.

    That leads me into my funny story for the day. When we were given our free time to go and see the two lakes we had to follow the Green Mile signage. However, shortly after the sign that spells out ‘Green Mile’ it turns into spikes with arrows with different colours pointing out all the ...