Kilford Arms Hotel
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This morning's first stop was at the Port Heritage Centre in Cobh. Cobh (formerly Queenstown) was the Titanic's last port of call before taking off across the Atlantic, and anything Titanic related fascinates me, so I was really excited for this! The centre had quite a bit about the Titanic, as well as the potato famine, and the immigration to …
... run. Cushendale Woolen Mills are a genuine traditional family run Irish mill (similar to Avoca) which produces colorful fabrics in mohair, Irish wool, lambs wool, and cotton chenille. We met their puppy, Pip, by the door who gave us a full tour of the factory and machinery, and let us pet the blankets AND Pip ...
... to us! Beautiful day and a beautiful walk! New fact of the day, the word stud comes from these stud farms where stallions are taken to breed! The famous Tetrarch had over 130 progeny, 80 of which won impressive races! Welcome to horse lovers galore! Quick stop into town for a quick passionfruit white chocolate truffle at The Truffle Fairy, an award winning truffle shop which Emma sent me truffles from for ...
... I found it later when I was looking through my pictures on the church.
Back through the narrow lane we missed seeing the Nag of Beara stone.Legend has it that this rock which rises above the ...
... stories high.
We sleep over at Kilkenny at the Macgabhains Backpacker Hostel. We decide to go for a walk through this historic city. We found a warm cosy pub with a great roast of the day and enjoyed a Guinness in the company of a live band in true Irish style.
There is a green light in the hostel room and it was very ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking