Majestic Hotel

Branch Road, Tramore, County Waterford, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Branch Road, Tramore, is near Splashworld.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Majestic Hotel Tramore

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    Travel Blogs from Tramore

    Day 24 - Killarney to Tramore Ireland

    A travel blog entry by ttdaniel on Sep 11, 2014

    Day 23 - Killarney to Tramore Ireland
    Finally we left the flea/mite/bed bugs hotel. The further we drove away from the hotel the less itchy and swollen I became.
    Our first stop was Blarney castle. Unfortunately Toby is really sick and could not climb the castle to take photos. Toby still has a chesty cold. This cold/flu has been passed …

    Blah, Blah, Blarney

    A travel blog entry by ashpiccirillo on May 16, 2013

    12 photos

    Felt heaps better after our relaxing night! Had a great, long slept (comfy bed, too), a cuppa tea as we got ready and just felt a lot more relaxed.

    10:30 Our main stop for the morning was in Blarney, where Dean was eager to follow tradition and kiss the Blarney Stone... We entered the grounds- which are beautiful! - and headed up towards …

    Just one of those days

    A travel blog entry by beaschoenck on Sep 12, 2014

    What a stressful Friday morning. Almost as bad as a Monday morning. Thanks to my lack of paying attention to check out times I checked out 30 minutes late. Last night spend with one guy from Minnesota and one from Cork while waiting for Owen and his friends to drag themselves down to the pub. Once we meet up we went to a nightclub. We danced and I wanted to introduce the evening to fireball. Unfortunately the bar was shut by ...

    To the Sea

    A travel blog entry by shockergram on Sep 07, 2014

    3 comments, 14 photos

    ... around the ruin and taking a few pictures we drove on to the lighthouse.

    The Hook Head Lighthouse is the oldest operating lighthouse in the world. When monks first arrived in the area they were dismayed to find so many shipwrecks and started building fires on the headlands. Early in the 12th century the Normans built the lighthouse which was ...

    From Famine ships to hurling

    A travel blog entry by baumyj on Sep 05, 2010

    4 photos

    ... passengers on her outward journeys to Canada and the USA. She usually carried 176 people but on one crossing, at the height of the Famine in 1847, she carried 313. The ship was 176 feet long and 24 feet wide.

    Many of the passengers were the evicted tenants of Lord Fitzwilliam's Wicklow estates and Viscount de Vesci's Portlaoise estates. She carried two classes of passenger, cabin and steerage. The cabin passengers (usually Protestant gentry) had food and services provided ...