Hotel Kilmore

Dublin Road, Cavan, County Cavan, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Dublin Road, Cavan, is near Na Seacht Teampaill (The Seven Churches), Cavan Way, and Cloughouthter Castle.
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    Travel Blogs from Cavan

    Tales of the Riverbank (and other rank stories)

    A travel blog entry by leprovost on Aug 11, 2014

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... have been recognised and disappears down a long hall to prepare for his part. We follow quizically to find that he has become part of the annual Beckett festival where strangers must read 4 pages of this unintelligible script to an enthusiastic but underwhelmed audience. Let me give you an example: "I will pack my comb and mirror to praxis oval owes and artless awes and it will follow you pulpicly as far as come back under all my ...

    What a Long, Rainy Day

    A travel blog entry by alreadypacked on Jul 27, 2014

    17 photos

    ... would pay in the visitors' center, but to retain the ticket to show that we had paid when we leave.

    We walked the half mile to the famous rock formations. They really are quite remarkable to look at, but again they were wet and slick and I slipped walking on them several times. It felt a wee bit dangerous. After a short while, we got in the line to take the bus back up to the car park rather than walking back uphill in ...

    Episode 9

    A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Jun 26, 2014

    77 photos

    ... that, L can’t remember it: D was in charge of the camera so didn’t get any photo’s to show how these columns look end on, they can have 5, 6 or 7 sides and they are formed as the molten lava cools. My humans had seen vast amounts of these in Iceland some years ago, BM (before me).

    Tucked safely in L’s coat, we crossed the rope bridge at Carrick-a-Rede. Of course it may not have been such a doddle if the original rope bridge has ...

    Day 14 Belfast to Kingscourt

    A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy on May 30, 2014

    11 photos

    ... for. The troops rebelled. This super time conscious group set off up the hill behind the centre, to visit the church and view the supposed grave of St Patrick. The bus left 20 minutes late. We suspect the there are some on board with very strong Catholic beliefs, but even they thought this was a waste of time. So we pushed on past the Mountains of Mourne. Visibility was poor, so they became cloud shrouded blurs in the distance. At 4.00 we ...

    Following the Giant's Footsteps

    A travel blog entry by 58squared on May 25, 2014

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... being formed. It is very unique and a UNESCO World Heritage site.

    Afterwards we tried to count the number of World Heritage sites we have been to around the world. We think it is somewhere around 12 to 15 and it makes me pondor as to why Manitoba is spending all this money on the boreal forest application but that is a rant for another day. We have now seen 7 ...