Errigal Country House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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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 ...
... stone henge. And they had fenced it off exactly the same way. On the way to Bru Na boine I had stopped in Dunore for a coffee and a bite to eat. Whilst in the little corner store I noticed on the wall there was a tourist map of the valley on the wall. On the map was a Killeen Castle. Now this tickled a funny bone for me because the farm I grew up on was called Killeen. There is no connection as the farm was named after my grandma Kathleen Kilmartin. But I had ...
... four of us! The driver loads the car, calls another truck and drives off. We are now sitting out on a rock, stranded in the middle of nowhere, with no car! It is a very strange, abandoned feeling. Sure hope it doesn't rain. Another 30 minutes passed before the tow truck arrives and we pile in. Whoopy, what a wild ride. The driver knew the roads and we flew. The key to driving on narrow roads - go down the middle! It was kind of fun, ...
... is polygonal in shape with three chambers leading off it. All of these are narrow and hard to get into. All have large lintels above their doorway. There is no decoration in this tomb but there are not one but two light boxes here. The first is above the entrance and the second is above the rear chamber entrance. I’m not sure if this feature is found anywhere else and I hope to observe it in use one day on the summer solstice to which it is aligned." I think ...
... the second floor and the basement kitchen and staff working area, this is only open 2-3 times a year. Next time perhaps. When the National Trust bought Castle Coole in the 1950s, the Earl of Belmont left his furniture and everything else inside. He still owns it (and he still lives in the gatekeepers cottage). False doors are a feature of Castle Coole - constructed to the Georgian ideal of perfect symmetry, bordering on the obsessive-compulsive, everything had to be done in pairs ...