Cahir House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to walking in Ireland dry, hot and no sticky peat bogs in sight. Our host for the night in Clonmel was Pat, an amiable walk-aholic who told us he regularly walked 40 miles a day in his younger days. Nice one Pat! Clonmel was an interesting place and we all vowed to return there sometime. Looks like our wishes will come true because Terry left his phone and charger there and we will have to return to collect them on our way ...
... drive, very few clouds deign to show their presence.
When we arrive, our car sits lonely in the parking lot. The guide states a minimum of two adults are required on the tour, but we have about 25 minutes before it begins so we sit down at a picnic table and have an early lunch hoping our car will soon be met by another. We're in luck, a car with three adults pulls up just as we finish our lunch.
It's only the 6 of us as we descend the steep and ...
... of color that pervaded this country. On this day, especially, the green in the grass and the blue in the sky caused the man-made beauty of Kilkenny castle pale in comparison.
As if one castle wasn't enough, we hit the road and headed to Cahir to see the sights there.Our main destination was Cahir Castle, located in the city center. The castle was build on a rocky outcrop on the tip of an island in the middle of the River Suir. It was built in ...
In very close proximity are 3 sites worth seeing.
The Cahir Castel which is one of the best preserved castles of it's kind which has been renovated and re-renovated over the centuries is nice as some of the rooms have been set up as they may have been in medieval times.
The Swiss Cottage (a la Ireland not north London) is a quaint ...
"Santa Clause? Now he's a feckin scary one" There was a debate raging with no steady topic and not a great deal of lasting passion. Some status on where we all stand on the Creation, something about a shillelagh as a fashion accessory which later was referred to as a Sinead O'Connor stick. About 6 of them, the men I mean, were huddled around the bar lead by the bartender from the Isle of Man and two women, one of whose skills at "colorful metaphor" out did that of all the men ...