Hotel Saltees

Kilmore Quay, Kilmore Quay, County Wexford, Ireland | Hotel

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Episode 10

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear


... it. The National Trust had only taken over the property the year before. The families are also connected since back in the 19th century a daughter of the Earl of Belmont married a son of the Earl of Enniskillen. Also one of the Belmont Earls was a governor of New South Wales for three years around 1860 L thinks it was.

The state bedroom in Castle Coole was especially decorated for the visit of the King of England, however when the King visited ...

Sunday 6 July 2014 Newport to Waterford (Ireland)

A travel blog entry by bruce.durie


Left Newport Wales this morning for our drive eventually to the ferry to cross to Ireland this afternoon. Ferry due to leave at 2.30 and arrive in Ireland at 6. 30 First village was Avergavenny( remember the song), then Brecon and Carmarthen through some very green and pretty countryside Finally to Fishguard for ferry trip across St George's channel to Rosslare in Ireland. Overnight at Waterford in delightful hotel -Glanville ...

Leaving Dublin

A travel blog entry by barblucas


First our family had crepes at the Lemon Crepe and Coffee house, they were delicious. Then We drove away in the car to Wicklow where there was a gaol. It was really creepy because they had ghosts on the walls like a headless man. We had to find seven questions around the gaol and answer them to be free. After that we went swimming in the Irish ...

Sleepy Coastal Village, Pub & Farm Dogs

A travel blog entry by campbellot


... the beautiful Irish countryside. This drive included some coastal villages and ports and we stopped a couple of times just to take in the views. Pausing at the towns of Wexford and New Ross we also stocked up on supplies. Even the shops is a chance to soak up the Irish culture and to meet the friendly locals. We soon arrived in the sleepy little village of Kilmore, just near the tiny port town of ...

Last night in Ireland

A travel blog entry by yackandandah


... staying in a delightful little Hostel in a beautiful seaside village (making up for last night). The place is filled with French Backpackers. They have been very friendly and we have all been enjoying each other’s company. Great opportunity for us to brush up on a little French before next week. We had a lovely pub meal in town tonight. The fish in Ireland is great. The Guinness is even better. It’s like drinking a very grown up Ice-cream. You have to ...


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