Longford Arms Hotel

Address: Main Street, Longford, County Longford, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Main Street, Longford.
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    Athlone, Ireland, 11 - 14 June 2015

    A travel blog entry by mcloughlin on Jun 15, 2015

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    ... three high crosses and the largest collection of early Christian graveslabs in Western Europe. It's had a checkered history having been attacked many times by Vikings, Normans and its neighbouring Irish - but the monks just rebuilt. It was finally finished off by the Reformation and is now a series of ruined buildings. There's a visitor centre with an interesting exhibition and a display of artifacts found at the site. We figured ...

    Sitting on the edge of Lough Ree

    A travel blog entry by ros711 on Sep 21, 2014

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    ... which means there is more money for shopping! We travelled to Waterford yesterday to visit the crystal factory, where I bought a lovely and very unusual bowl. Luckily they can ship your purchases home, as it is very heavy and I probably would not be able to take anything else with me for the rest of the trip, not even clothes! The roads over here are very good, especially the motorways, except when you don't ...

    Dogs & Bogs

    A travel blog entry by donnaleibham on Aug 05, 2014

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    ... The service was beyond excellent, and over the 3 days we got to know the staff and I just thought the world of them. I expected our food in Ireland to be like the food we experienced in England - not so, and particularly here, the chef was very creative and the menu changed every couple of days. The grounds were beautiful as you can see, overlooking the little lake.

    We drove to the Bog Village where peat was harvested from ...


    A travel blog entry by sallycurrie on Feb 24, 2014

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    ... since we'd seen each other, 8 years! But it was so great to see you and catch up on all of that time since Montreal. I hope I've convinced you enough to move to Aussieland and don't forget to bring Masha (the craziest dog alive).

    Here are some highlights and tips for you travellers out there:

    It's true what they say about the Irish...they are super friendly. And who doesn't love that accent!? In Derry I was fortunate enough to have a private walking ...

    Belvedere house

    A travel blog entry by johnnym on Jul 04, 2013

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    ... of the ticket clerk, insisted on paying "seeing as you had no idea we were coming here". The map showed several routes round the grounds but it was pretty obvious we would do the longest one. Immediately outside the visitor centre you spot the folly wall, erected by the owner back in the day supposedly so that his brother, with whom he had fallen out, couldn't look over his grounds and house. It's a bit like the walls you'd get with toy soldiers-meant to show part of ...