Garranavabbey House

Address: The Rower, Inistioge, County Kilkenny, \N, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on The Rower, Inistioge, is near Brigit's Garden, Mount Juliet Golf Club, Kilfane Waterfall and Glen, and The Watergarden.
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Travel Blogs from Inistioge


A travel blog entry by jennap480 on Aug 12, 2015

1 comment

... pain meds this morning instead of once the pain becomes unbearable. last night was emotional--but i'll write more about that later. for now, im off on an adventure and i couldn't be happier! love to you all, hugs to you all, may you all be happy and full of ...

First Impressions of Ballytobin

A travel blog entry by jennap480 on Aug 11, 2015

4 comments, 1 photo

... the first day I got here (Sunday) that I hadn't really immersed myself with being around special needs children and adults since Drew died, so being here immediately stirred emotions that I didn't even really think I had anymore. Taking care of someone who needs round-the-clock care is so exhausting, and to watch Lydia and Martin and all of these new people in my life take care of such high maintenance residents reminds me of what it was like to ...

John and Kay Britton

A travel blog entry by rachbritton on Jul 26, 2014

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... 8217;s house so fondly.

We had lunch outside the station with Kay’s brother and his wife before we headed off to visit Glendalough. As per usual I fell asleep on the way. Glendalough is beautiful. Locatied in Wicklow Mountains National Park in County Wicklow and known as the valley of two lakes. It is just beautiful and the air so fresh and clean – 100% opposite to London.

There were lots of families ...

Kilkenny and The Field!

A travel blog entry by narabouts on May 19, 2014

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... of the Castle we then made our way to the Design Centre for coffee and then spent time looking around the different studios occupied by a potter and silver/goldsmiths. We took our time wandering around the town and made our way up to the Cathedral and Tower and then back to the Main Street. There were lots of narrow alleys, called slips, leading off from the main thoroughfare, one of which is called the Butter Slip, named after the butter stalls that once lined ...

Glendalough- You take the high road, Sebastian

A travel blog entry by on Jun 08, 2013

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... hours of daylight, as the lady Garda aka policewoman pointed out to him when she called. When he picked us up I sat next to him and enjoyed the rollercoaster ride of the 1/2 hour cab ride to Glendalough. His accent was incredibly thick and I found myself merely nodding and smiling at quite a few of his comments. I did learn that he had lived in the area his whole life and did not see the beauty of Glendalough and Rathdrum as anything special. I also learned he liked to drive ...