Headfort Arms Hotel

Headfort Place, Kells, County Meath, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kells

A taste of Kells

A travel blog entry by ontheroa


Back in Ireland for a few days mid-Summer and it's the perfect time to delve briefly into some of my hometown history.

So with Granny we take a short drive out of Kells to one of Ireland's prettiest villages - Moynalty. With the sun shining warmly we pay respects to loved ones in the local cemetary and enjoy a lovely country drive down …

Kells and Bettystown Beach

A travel blog entry by dannjess


Off to vist the Abbey of Kells and then Bettystown. We did go by Newgrange, but they were about to close, so we will save that for another day. We still keep getting a late start of each day since the days are so long!


History At Every Turn

A travel blog entry by no-moinutah


... brochures and information to cover every area, including parts that aren't on the route. I call it “assistance overload”, but we appreciate her enthusiasm. It’s so nice to meet someone who just wants visitors to have the best time.

We enjoy the walk through town and up the hill towards St. Columba’s Church. We are amazed by the rich Irish history that Kells holds, aside from just the Book of Kells. ...

The Cliffs of Moher...and more

A travel blog entry by jackie_n_james

This is a top pick!

Everyone who we talked to said to either see the Giants Causeway or the Cliffs of Moher, since we didn't have time to drive to the Giants Causeway we settled with the cliffs because they were on our way south. When we got there we thought the entrance fee was a real rip-off because they charged at the car-park and instead of a per car rate it was 6 euro's per person! Anyway we walked up to the cliffs and took some amazing pictures. For ...

Abhaile go Tailteann

A travel blog entry by ontheroa


... We loved Bill because he always arrived with a box of goodies including Silvermints from the company coffers. He was a lovely gentleman and we would have loved him anyway. My dad was proud to light the torch for several successive years and then fly by helicopter to Croke Park to welcome it on it's arrival there with a team of relay runners who carried it the 25 miles from Teltown to Croke Park. In 1974 I was there when ...

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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding