Hayes Hotel

Address: Liberty Square , Thurles, County Tipperary, Ireland | Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHayes Hotel Thurles

Reviewed by rachypoo


Reviewed Mar 8, 2013
by (4 reviews) , Ireland Flag of Ireland


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TripAdvisor Reviews Hayes Hotel Thurles

2.50 of 5 stars Fair

Travel Blogs from Thurles

Cork to Kilkenny (Cobh, jameson.)

A travel blog entry by iancarmen on May 29, 2014

121 photos

... the oldest pub and the black Mary church, saw the old town hall, various lane ways and headed back to the hotel. The guide was good and he was funny as well. One optional that was definitely worth it. Back at the hotel i did some reading, updated, got ready for dinner, then went to the hotel bar. Had a drink with some of those that were there. The bar of this hotel was in an old church. The went to the hotel restaurant. Here we had a great included dinner. Then after ...

Day 6: Around Tipperary

A travel blog entry by travelbutton on Sep 05, 2013

10 photos

... to Kilkenny. We watched a video on Kilkenny but didn't go in. Rather walked around and enjoyed the outside and gardens despite the rain. After this we ventured around Kilkenny and found the restaurant recommended but it was too early to eat, so we wandered on to a pub to have Kilkenny in Kilkenny and ate there rather than going back to the other place then went home for some strawberry yogurt for desert. Tomorrow off to ...

Looking for Property ...

A travel blog entry by micpacfamily on Aug 06, 2013

2 comments, 24 photos

... beach grass and the beach was flanked by green rolling hills and fields. Brad walked along the beach, while the boys practiced the game of Hurling (the oldest sport in Ireland) and built a sand castle (which later happened to be destroyed by a war that involved hurling sticks). I relaxed, read for a while, hunted for sea shells and practiced some yoga. Simply perfect.

The side of Sammy's restaurant is painted with the following poem:

Dear Inch must ...

Glendalough- You take the high road, Sebastian

A travel blog entry by alexa.sb.21 on Jun 08, 2013

14 photos

... to very remote parts of Australia from time to time to visit his sister. All in all he was a friendly guy and very agreeable, although he really cracked Travis up with his disgruntled noises at slower cars.

Andy dropped us off by the visitor center and Jake had the brilliant idea to buy a map of the walking trails. We then set off. This was around 11 AM.

About 10-15 minutes into the walk is the beautiful and ancient monastery that was built around ...

Still having a great time

A travel blog entry by dial on May 06, 2012

1 comment, 10 photos

Forgot to tell you that petrol in northern Ireland is the same as UK, in southern Ireland it is 1.679 euros which relates to around $2.18 per ltr. While in the UK we travelled 1600 klms just to see relos.

The place we stayed in Londonderry (Derry) was the worst yet they had a bull dog and the place and the owners stunk of dog wasn't real good and the meal for breakfast was not very good either. Mum didn't ...