Fennessy's Hotel

Address: 32 Gladstone Street, Clonmel, County Tipperary, Ireland | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 32 Gladstone Street, Clonmel, is near Glendalough, Aillwee Cave, and Burren College of Art.
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    Travel Blogs from Clonmel

    4. Slowly but surely - to Clonmel

    A travel blog entry by flyrina on Feb 24, 2014

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... out of bed, showered, and made our way straight to Clonmel to stay with Emma's parents for the night. We made it about half an hour outside of Dublin and sadly walked around the Avoca outlet store (Avoca is like the anthropologie of Ireland except it actually started as a wool mill where you could buy woolen goods), then we mightily (or pitifully) made our way down to the Little home to ...

    Crystal, Crystal Everywhere!

    A travel blog entry by goddessphoto on Sep 11, 2013

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... showed us the wooden molds the artists use. The second stop was where the artists blow the glass into is rudimentary shapes (bowls, glasses, vases, etc.). The third stop was quality control. If a piece was not up to snuff the manager would smash the glass and it would be melted and re-used. I thought it would be the perfect job for someone who frequently has bad days. This area also included buffing and polishing all the rough edges off ...

    Monday May 20, A day at looking at yesterday

    A travel blog entry by drbrn60 on May 21, 2013

    47 photos

    ... 8217;t want any grass I pulled for them and why would they? They had perfect, luscious grass wherever they looked. We said our good byes and started to drive back down the drive. Then…I saw it! The side wall had a gate, but the gate was completely open and there were old slate steps leading up to the old church ruin. We were in! I’ve read that some farmers will unlock these ruins during the day just for people like us. I don’t know ...

    Way back...long ago

    A travel blog entry by karliengossross on Mar 16, 2013

    24 photos

    ... 23m in diameter. According to legend this circle tells a sad tale of merriment gone wrong, the piper and his dancers suddenly turned into blocks of stone because they were dancing on the Sabbath Day - the stones are the ossified dancers, some standing and other lying flat on the ground. One larger stone, two metreshigh, stands outside the circle ...

    Medieval Kilkenny

    A travel blog entry by storguson on Mar 28, 2012

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... and was once the capitol of all Ireland. Narrow streets are lined with quaint shops and restaurants, all sporting wonderfully decorated windows and most with typical Irish names; i.e., O'Gorman's, Murphy's, etc. Although the town is extremely old and historical, the clothing shops hold haute fashion ...