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. ...
... and a taxi with room enough for all of us. We actually beat a group of three other people (two Argentinians and one Pole) to the cab, which I was glad of. They were going to the same place but the cab couldn't fit all of us and we would have had to wait a while for him to return. These people will be recurring throughout the story, so pay attention.
Our cab driver was named Andy, and thankfully he was up by 10 in the morning because there had indeed been quite ...
... not you'll go into the family business if you happen on own one of three caves in Ireland.
We were expertly guided 200ft down below the earth's surface into a series of caves that they're still discovering. Our guide's father and one other, spent 7 years conducting tours down into the caves, which funded making them more accessible. They would conduct the ...
... favorite place.
Before dinner was an optional excursion that Steve and I participated in. We were driven to the seaside village of Dunmore East where we picked up Richie Roberts, a local singer and musician, who showed us the area which included some lovely old thatched cottages, and then a thatched pub. We all got off the bus and went in the pub where we received the drink of our choice - and a second one later - and settled ...