Legends Townhouse & Restaurant

The Kiln, Cashel, County Tipperary, Ireland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cashel

Day 30

A travel blog entry by bigadventure14


Up early this morning. Too early for our English breakfast. Drove to the ferry port at Holyhead. Loaded the car on and went into the lounge to enjoy the 3.5 hour trip. We disembarked at Dublin and drove through sometimes very heavy rain to Kilkenny (home of the Tobin clan). First stop was Kilkenny castle. Then we took the Kilkenny road train tour to get our bearings. Followed up with a walk around town. Found an Irish pub we had read about and went in for a ...

Our last day in Europe

A travel blog entry by themoloneys


Spent the morning in Killarney national Park. First we saw Ross Castle from the 1300s with additions and renos through the 1500s, 1700s, 1800s. One of the owners didn't want to pay taxes so he took the roof off and let it go to bits. It was a home, a barrick, and now just a pretty tourist attraction. Next we went to Muckross Abbey a Franciscan monk order lived here until kicked out ...

On the Road Again.....

A travel blog entry by 58squared


... us and the other patrons with the beautiful Victorian ballad, "The Holy City". (Apparently, he used to be an opera singer.) He has an incredible voice.

Then, a nightcap and some Irish music at a local pub and off to bed.
Tomorrow, we're hoping to see Kilkenny Castle, pick up our tire and continue to the Rock of Cashel.

Hope your long weekend was great everyone!


Kilkenny, Waterford and Cashel

A travel blog entry by cpeirson


... Tipperary. Ok! We kept hearing "Oh Jeeeeasus!" from the many guys coming into the bar to watch the game as obviously their team was loosing - they must have been from Co Kilkenny. So, where were the women?

But... I feel like a 'Elfin Princess in the middle of hobbits'! Wrong country but many of the Irish are small...hence the little houses and low ceilings in older dwellings! Must be the leprechaun ancestry ...

Real Irish Weather

A travel blog entry by no-moinutah


... However, I feel that we are able to get to most of the areas without issue. The Choir appears to be the only area that is blocked off. The mix of Romanesque and Gothic architecture is one of the most interesting visuals of this site. We drive into town, mail some postcards and have a relaxing lunch at Feehan’s Bar. Pleasant staff and good food.

We drive back towards Birr. Due to the wet ...


This hotel, located on The Kiln, Cashel, is near Rock of Cashel, Brú Ború Heritage Centre, Athassel Priory, and Ahenny High Crosses.
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