Horse & Jockey Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Thurles
... don't have to mingle with the animals (human or not). The castles were believable. And I loved that. The Kilkenny castle sat atop the biggest hill in town and overlooked the Nore River. Its estate was plentiful and flat; a vast amount of green fields adorned its backside. The building itself had quite a long history. It is eight centuries old and was owned by several families who made additions and architectural changes to the castle. Today it ...
... Blarney Stone which I never realised was right at the top of the castle so a little bit scary in itself, but whilst I had my head dangling over the edge, a lady walked past and tripped over my feet! All good though, didn't fall head first from the top of the castle! We had a look around Blarney House which was very pretty, but I felt a bit sad for the family who still live there and need to keep it like museum. From there we hopped back on road and headed to Thurles. Almost ...
... superb and I was crying about 10 words into Orlaith's mum's speech. After sit down dinner and speeches tables were cleared, another set of family arrived and more food was served. Then the band began and we were all up and dancing at various times. Then there was cake cutting, then more dancing, drinking and chatting.Prue lasted until the reception ended around 3am - Ant and I didn't! And the bride and groom didn't head ...
... the natural beauty of the landscape, to walk the mountains and hills and to explore the archaeological and historical monuments.Most important of all, people come as pilgrims, responding to the sacred energy of the landscape which drew St. Kevin to withdraw here in search of his God. The spiritual heritage of Glendalough is unsurpassed. The pilgrim way has been followed for ages past by ...
... on the roads as they say in places the roads are only 6ft wide. It was great we even got lost on the wrong road so turned Navman on and he found us the way out. The next day more driving around to places where not all that many people go especially over passes.
Lerft Mallow and drove to where we are now which is called Twomileborris we are staying in a portion of a castle 5 star which they say the area ...