Kilcoran Lodge Hotel

Kilcoran, Cahir, County Tipperary, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Kilcoran, Cahir, is near Rock of Cashel, Brú Ború Heritage Centre, Athassel Priory, and Ahenny High Crosses.
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    Travel Blogs from Cahir

    To Kilkenny we go...

    A travel blog entry by kendra.towns on Aug 09, 2014

    11 photos

    ... they call them in Ireland) and got a spectacular view of the valley in both directions. Selfie time!! The view was really nice but the pictures just don't really capture it. We only stopped really briefly before heading down the valley to go to Glendalough.

    Glendalough is the location of an old monastery, started by St. Kevin. There is also an old watch/bell tower. It was really tall and reminded me of Rapunzel, especially since it had no door, only ...

    John and Kay Britton

    A travel blog entry by rachbritton on Jul 26, 2014

    15 photos

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    The cemeteries were like the ones you’ve seen in films, right beside the church. It’s not something I’ve seen at home, but maybe I wasn’t in the right area. Walking inside the church there were grave stones dating by to the 1800s.

    We left here and had dinner at a favourite spot of John and Kay’s, before driving back to their home. We passed a village called Hollywood. It even ...

    County Tipperary

    A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Jul 24, 2014

    19 photos

    ... into the cave. The ceiling on the way down is low and even I have to mind my head. The cave formations are beautiful and more abundant and impressive than Crag Cave. This cave is clearly older by several millions of years. We pass immense pillars and thick curtain formations, some that look like crispy bacon. There are three main caverns, the last of which, and the largest is so acoustically inclined they host live concerts within, several times a year. The tour ...

    5. Cahir (no but really, how's it pronounced?)

    A travel blog entry by flyrina on Feb 25, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... stuck in the stone), the working porticullus (which no one would let me test to make sure it worked) and the holes for pouring boiling oil upon the enemy. The funny thing about this castle was that as well as it was known for it's defensive features, it didn't actually do too well at defending themselves. In 1650, Cromwell wrote a very eloquent letter ...

    Free Castle Day

    A travel blog entry by bananasplits on Jun 05, 2013

    19 photos

    ... of the river and had water flowing through it; in a flood, prisoners might have drowned. After we had exhausted every nook and cranny in the castle, we sat down to eat our peanut butter and jelly sandwiches on the banks of the river. We were entertained during lunch by a family of swans with several flappers (baby swans). When we had finished lunch, we moved on, since we had a couple of hours to drive before reaching our destination of Killarney.


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