Devon Inn Hotel

Address: Templeglantine Newcastlewest, Newcastle West, County Limerick, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Templeglantine Newcastlewest, Newcastle West.
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      Trip highlights from touring yesterday and Galway

      A travel blog entry by moxiejo on Dec 06, 2014

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      Highlights from yesterday (Friday) and today (Saturday night): Yesterday we did a day long bus tour to the Ring of Kerry and Dingle Peninsula. It was a great way to see the sights, learn the history, meet friends, and not have to drive. Stops included the Kerry National Park, lots of tiny villages that greeted us kindly, the Irish bogs (who knew?), sheep flocks, deer, goats, waterfalls, the greenest earth you've ever seen, lakes, rivers, the Atlantic ...

      It's good to be the King/Queen

      A travel blog entry by ginni53 on Sep 14, 2014

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      ... a great walk around the place before dinner and found the Walled Garden. The scent from the combination of flowers down the center aisle was heavenly.
      We did not bring dressy clothes (coats & ties for men, evening attire for ladies) so we did not eat in the main dining room. We took our jeans & comfy shoes and went to the restaurant that's part of the golf course. We had a great dinner with dessert to end a wonderful day.


      Circus Antics

      A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Jul 25, 2014

      6 photos

      ... violinist has taken up residence. A servant comes by and jokingly warns the boys if they don't behave it'll be the dungeons for them.

      Dinner is a four course meal. Jugs of white and red wine as well as punch for the boys adorn the tables. We begin with puréed vegetable soup which is very hot, but tasty. We eat without the benefit of cutlery other than a dagger (knife). The boys delight in using their fingers. While we eat we listen to the harpist and ...

      Our first Day. The journey to the port and Home

      A travel blog entry by kevdeeworldtour on Apr 09, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      We finished the cleaning early on the Sunday night and had a lovely meal at a friends which as always was greatly appreciated. Felt weird to go back to an empty house knowing it was our last night there :-( Up at what felt like the crack of dawn on Monday morning - with Kevin literally carpet cleaning as we backed out the front door. Really hope that the house rents soon - its the only worry left on my ...

      Cahir, Blarney, and Killarney!

      A travel blog entry by afahrni on Jul 16, 2013

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      Our road trip took us south today! Castles were on our itinerary - and they were a pleasant surprise. We first arrived at Cahir castle. It was set on an island which was great for defense back in the 1400's. once the castle was attacked with cannonballs and guns they surrendered. There are still cannonballs stuck in the side of the castle. We had a wonderful ...