Harbour Lights Bed & Breakfast

Address: Kilmore Quay, County Wexford, Ireland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kilmore Quay

A hurricane in Ireland

A travel blog entry by mnnorske on Oct 21, 2014

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... of Irish people to America to escape the devastation caused by the potato famine.

We ended the day in Waterford with a walking tour of the historic district. The Vikings came here to pillage but ended up staying and founding what we know as Waterford today.

In the hotel bar there was live music - a country western singer! We will be in Killarney tomorrow and we know where to go there for real Irish music!

Episode 10

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Jul 10, 2014

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... period too. The two small churches that are in ruins are from a later date, one 12th cent, the other 14th cent. The grave yard is still in use and our elderly guide has many family members buried here.

Drogheda seems a nice town, it was very busy late on a Saturday afternoon when we made a short visit. A Martello tower up on the hill, a river below and the main part of the town across the stream. Only one of the original ten city gates ...

D'unbelievables at Curraghmore

A travel blog entry by nothingfancy2 on Jul 21, 2013

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... now it runs 7000 sheep and 500cattle on its remaining 2500acres. I had been in touch with Basil (Lord Waterford's former butler, now guide) prior to our trip about locating Cornelius Crowley's grave so as soon as we arrived, Basil took us up to the church and graveyard. We weren't able to pinpoint Cornelius' spot (limestone gravestones), but it's a beautiful spot set on the hill, looking over the house, estate and valley. We had ...


A travel blog entry by freundlytravels on Jul 10, 2013

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... fan in room. Welsh sounds different and is spoken quickly. It is part English and part Welsh. Cardiff was bombed during wars and is primarily a dock city. The only tourist sites are the stadium and the castle. Took the Cardiff Castle tour. Definitely not handicapped accessible. The rich and lorded aristocrat John Burgess had unlimited funds and with his architect friends restored the Roman ruins into a Victorian ...

Sleepy Coastal Village, Pub & Farm Dogs

A travel blog entry by campbellot on Dec 11, 2012

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... to sup at Mary Barry's pub. Oh what a joy that was. Huge meals, open fires, fantastic Guinness and Smithwicks Ale on tap. Genuine old wooden floors, sloping as you walked, and decorated with old sea relics and fishing memorabilia, this is a highlight and a fantastic way for us to end our time in Ireland.If you are in this part of the world, come to Kilmore Quay and stay with Phil' at the Mill Road farm.

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