Kilcoran Lodge Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... seat of power for the overkings of the area. A fortress of power from about the 4th century. Around the 10th century it was handed over to the church as a way of stopping certain descendants claiming power. It became a well known religious centre until 1647 when a Cromwellian army massacred it's 3000 occupants! The cathedral is now falling into ruin and preservation of the site is ...
... steps into the cave. The ceiling on the way down is low and even Elizabeth has to mind her 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 ...
Apparently, Irish is really not an intuitive language to learn for someone as literal as myself. I get caught up in normal English words like colonel (not pronounced how it sounds at all and drives me mad) and the majority of Irish language doesn't seem to follow any sort of logical sense. Either that or I haven't learned the rules yet but I asked Emma about 40 times ...
... O'Brien and has been wonderfully maintained. Unlike Kilkenny Castle, this castle was maintained in more of its original form. When we walked up to the castle we saw a sigh that said that the second Wednesday of every month is free castle day in Ireland. We happened to have planned to visit all of the big castles that we wanted to on free castle day. Score!
The entire castle was open to the public. We were able to explore all of the various rooms, ...
... by the same family who are of the line of the Cahir castle folk (the Butlers). It was built as a 'play house’ for rich people to entertain their guests. Each room is carefully decorated and the cottage is very beautiful and nothing like a real country cottage.
The Rock of Cashel is a medieval religious fort with the cross of st Patrick and ...