Greville Arms Hotel

Address: Pearse Street, Mullingar, County Westmeath, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Pearse Street, Mullingar, is near Belvedere House Gardens & Park and Mullingar Golf Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Mullingar

    Athlone, Ireland, 11 - 14 June 2015

    A travel blog entry by mcloughlin on Jun 15, 2015

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    We drove from Galway to Athlone which isn't far so we took our time, detoured and stopped off at a couple of places. We spotted an impressive ruin at a place called Galwayclare which turned out to have been a 13th century Franciscan friary. Then we stopped at a place called Longford to investigate a very imposing steeple and were amazed to find a magnificent Cathedral (see pictures). It was called St Mel's after a 5th century saint. The ...

    Our One and Only Castle

    A travel blog entry by roadmonkey on May 30, 2014

    1 comment

    ... that were being picked up or delivered to the bank... SOP!

    Done with Donegal. Now we head back towards Dublin and our night's stay near Mullingar at Bloomfield House Hotel. Arrived at 3 pm so we had time to relax, take a walk to the lake, saw 50 plus swans on the lake which is quite large, horses in a field, a few large trees and interesting plants. There is ...

    On Galway Bay

    A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on May 24, 2013

    18 photos

    ... the ring road and plenty of modern office blocks to the west end of town, where the resort of Salthill lies on the north shore of the bay. Here was our most expensive site of the week, €30 per night plus €1 for a shower and even €0.50 for warm water for washing up. The price was compensated for by the pitch, right on the Bay shore, and the nearby Joyce's supermarket, the best we ...

    Ireland's Clonmacnoise Kept the Light of Learning

    A travel blog entry by travelmpq on Sep 08, 2012

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    ... resulting in the first English colonization of Ireland.

    Called "greater than kingdoms in its dignity," Clonmacnoise was the most important monastic site of Ireland's golden age of learning. It is still a place of pilgrimage, with crowds of the devout traveling to the site each September. Though it's not on the tourist trail around Ireland's southern coast from Shannon to ...

    Mass and Family get together.

    A travel blog entry by nansonderun on Oct 22, 2011

    ... lanes!! The tractor driver decided to throw the machine in reverse to go over a section just as we were approaching to pass. Lucky CS has some defensive driving experience!!!

    When we arrived in Ballybrittas to our home base we were greeted with a beautiful meal at 4.30pm, so as not to rush tea and Mass.

    At 7pm we headed off to EMO (yes there is a town called EMO) to the saturday night Mass (and no the rafter's ...