Majestic Hotel

Address: Lower Branch Road, Tramore, County Waterford, Ireland | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Lower Branch Road, Tramore, is near Splashworld.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsMajestic Hotel Tramore

    Reviewed by ttdaniel

    Beautiful Hotel

    Reviewed Sep 11, 2014
    by (6 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

    Beautiful hotel, close to town and has a great view.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Majestic Hotel Tramore

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Tramore

    Finished with Southern Ireland heading up

    A travel blog entry by rell01 on May 21, 2015

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    Today we left Killarney & started heading north toward Dublin up the east coast. This is heading into the more fertile areas of Ireland & you can see the countryside changing to more rolling hill & less rocks. The houses & the way they are built are also changing. First stop on the way was the usual gift shop & a taste of Irish …

    ROAD TRIP!

    A travel blog entry by jennap480 on Aug 12, 2015

    1 comment

    ... pain meds this morning instead of once the pain becomes unbearable. last night was emotional--but i'll write more about that later. for now, im off on an adventure and i couldn't be happier! love to you all, hugs to you all, may you all be happy and full of ...

    Wandering about Wexford

    A travel blog entry by baumyj on Sep 08, 2010

    15 photos

    ... to be an austere order. However, there is evidence that sculptures and stained glass were in the abbey and it was the third richest abbey in Ireland at its height.

    The tower was a bell tower for the abbey. It was fortified by the Colclough family that took it over and refurbished inside to use as a manor house. An example of Wattle and daub panels was also on display. These partitions dated from the conversion in 1556. These were oak frames filled with woven hazel ...

    A crystal experience

    A travel blog entry by brianc on Jul 17, 2006

    3 photos

    ... and very bright. In the next room there were several teams making candlesticks and goblets. I was surprised that so much is still done by hand. They made use of cast iron moulds to get the first impression before they engaged in the glass blowing. I had thought that much of the glassware was cast with machinery and computer controlled but I was wrong. Next came the cutting room where we watched as the skilled artisans scored the glassware with the traditional ...

    Day 4: Blarney, Cobh & Waterford

    A travel blog entry by angiekayaks on May 03, 2006

    5 photos

    ... hats and scarves, there was pottery, crystal and picture frames. We bought a few souvenirs and stopped in the cafeteria to get some lunch. It was a cold day so we got some great Irish stew to warm us up. Afterwards the bus departed for the journey to Cobh.

    Cobh is a small port town located on the southern end of County Cork. It's a city with alot of history. Many of the starving Irish immigrated from this port ...