Langton House Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
TripAdvisor Reviews Langton House Hotel Kilkenny
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... was a wee bit out of the way (speaking fluent Irish requires a distinct overuse of the descriptor "wee"), and despite a lack of the more standard tourist attractions, it just didn't seem right to drive past Tipperary without dropping in for a coffee at least. Tipperary, like Timbuktu before it, didn't seem to revel in it's fame (or maybe the locals have just grown tired of tourists trying to goad them into yet another rendition of the famous ...
... a group for a tour of the facilities. We watched a video about the birth of a foal, and then a young Irishman named Rob led us around the paddocks, the foaling area, the stallion boxes, and the shed where the mating actually occurs. Because foals in the Northern Hemisphere are born from January to June, we didn't get to see any foals with their mothers, but we did see the stallions in their paddocks and we learned a lot about the science and the business of ...
... for a tour. We met with the tutor and CEO about the school and also met with a man from the Craft Council, which funds the school. After that I went back to the hotel to relax and try to rest up for the reception at the Craft Center but once I laid down I was down for the evening and decided to sit it out (it's optional). My head cold is trying to kick me in the face. We head back for Dublin in the morning and then fly home Sunday ...
... theme house (mum you would absolutely love it & the guy who owns it!). We spent a while searching for the cache before the owner (an Elvis impersonator) came out & gave it to us. He was a really chatty & lovely old Irishman & invited us in to see his Elvis theme room which was packed full ...
... The only major stop we made along the way was to visit the ruins of a monastery in Glendalough founded in the 6th century by St. Kevin. It was a quiet little spot, rich with history, and just a tad haunting.
If today is any indication, Oliver likes driving through Ireland. He slept most of the time, and when he was awake we passed the time singing songs and playing. I reflected today that it would likely be very difficult to entertain a baby if you have ...