Station House Hotel Letterkenny
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... at the entrance, I headed over to the Abbey. Kylemore Castle was originally built in the 19th century as a private residence for Mitchell Henry, a wealthy doctor from London. In 1920, the castle was purchased by the Benedictine Nuns and has been an abbey since. Although not particularly old by Irish standards, this was one of the most beautiful buildings we had seen on our trip. It is truly a fairy tale castle. And not only was the ...
Huge day of driving. Not just because we were driving to the top of Ireland but because we also had to make a wee detour to Clifton to purchase a ring. Very important. It's an Irish friendship ring with a lovely story behind its design. We arrived at 8pm tonight. Magnificent old home. Wish we could stay longer. Off to Belfast ...
Lovely day with Hilary, Tara and Eve at the Glenveagh National Park and castle. Had heaps of fun exploring the interpretive centre learning about the history of the castle and surrounding parks. I caught the bus for the short ride to the castle. The ...
... the evening and we all sat and enjoyed that with a glass of red and settled down in the evening by the fire to watch a movie. I've had a few good chats with Sandra too and have, I'm sure already made a friend in her. There is another guy here from Helpx from Spain. He usually hosts himself and this is his first placement as a volunteer. I have made an effort to talk with him also but he is mainly spending his time in his mini apartment in one of the ...
... back down along the coastline through many tiny villages. We stopped at Blackrock on the way back and had scones and tea at a delightful Tea Room opposite the sea. Looking out to sea there was kilometers of sand before it reached the water. It reminded me of Sandgate Queensland when the tide is out, except that the water was not in view at all from Blackrock.
Out for dinner again to Sextons Pub, they're calling us locals now. Another yummy dinner with a couple of Harp ...