Lawlor's Hotel Dungarvan
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... we had explored 3 years ago, for a late lunch and to buy a snack for dinner so we didn't have to go out again once settled in our B&B in Ring, near Dungarvan. We had stayed here on our last trip to Ireland 3 years ago as we had hoped to find some details about Tom’s Donnelly ancestors. Then we had no success. Having stayed at the B&B before we ...
Set off this morning thinking that we would make a quick visit to Mahon Falls in the Comeragh Mountains, to get a view of the valley that Dad's G-grandmother came from. Waterford is a beautiful county - more diverse farming than we've seen so far, with everything from spruce plantations to cereal crops of maize, wheat and barley; silage, as well as dairy, beef and fat lambs. There has also been copper mining in the past. ...
... County Waterford and finally arrived at our hiking site, Mahon Falls. It was HUGE and sooo cool to look out. It was hard to see from a distance, but there was a waterfall and it was soo gorgeous. The big group was split into three smaller groups and of course my friends and I (the overachievers..) decided to go with the hardest group/trail!! So we took off around 11:00 and it was nice and sunny and actually a really nice day! ...
... Suir, Cahir Castle seemed to grow out of the stone, which is how it was meant to look to thwart enemies who did not know which part of the castle was the main part and what was the rocky mountain. It fell to arms four times between the 13th and 15th centuries. And in 1961, the last Lord Cahir died and the castle went into the hands of the state.
Just over the parking lot wall was an obvious picture ...
... the sea. The streets are narrow and the geography makes you think that the town couldn't possibly hold any more people. The only expansive building in town is the huge Roman Catholic Cathedral of St. Colman. The 295' spire towers over the rest of the town and can be seen far out to sea.
The homes and businesses built right along the harbor, are built on a series of terraces and finished in colorful hues of pink, ...