Multyfarnham Holiday Village

Address: Multyfarnham, Multyfarnham, County Westmeath, Province of Leinster, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Multyfarnham, Multyfarnham, is near Fore Abbey.
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Travel Blogs from Multyfarnham


A travel blog entry by peterwilson.1 on Aug 03, 2015

3 comments, 3 photos

Left Killarney at 8.15 am,visited Bunratty Castle and Folk Park where 19th century Irish rural and urban life is recreated in the form of a local village.We sampled bread cooked on the griddle and of course a wee drop of whisky before lunch. Next stop was the Cliffs of Moher,with spectacular ...

Wedding Day

A travel blog entry by journeyguy on Aug 01, 2015

11 photos

... in the responsive reading in Gaelic. Afterwards, we were bused to the brides's parent's farm in the country for the reception. A large marquee (tent to the Americans) provided a dinner and dancing venue and shelter in the event of rain -- which blessedly held off despite being forecast. We opted for the first bus at 11:30PM knowing we had to get a reasonably early start for a fair bit of driving the next day. Stay tuned for back to vacation ...

The wheels are turning

A travel blog entry by katlaw87 on Feb 09, 2013

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... and 1,277 acres (5.2 km2) of land in 1620. Parsons engaged English masons in the construction of a new castle on the site. This construction took place, not on the site of the O'Carroll's Black Tower (since disappeared), but at its gatehouse. "Flankers" were added to the gatehouse diagonally at either side, giving the castle the plan it retains today. After the death of Sir Laurence Parsons and of his elder son Richard, the castle passed to his younger ...


A travel blog entry by la_marci on Apr 09, 2010

8 photos

... have as a meal, but actually a side dish to put alongside your panino) and then scarfed another chocolate covered rice cake when I got to the car.

At this point, much to Finn's dismay, the Blakeslees headed back to the house (and then into Trim) while we drove up to Dundalk to see David's cousins the Plaster Dinsmores. Which basically consisted of sitting around in the kitchen, which is how I spent a lot of ...

A wet sidetrip

A travel blog entry by triptalk on Jul 06, 2007

1 comment, 25 photos

... stop was up to the north coast, with a stop in Derry on the way. The coast was beautiful, sort of like northern california with the greenery of the napali coast. I stayed in Ballycastle and had a massive walk (about 15 miles) from town out to the giant's causeway. Again, I lucked out and had sun. luckily there was a really nice little pub at the end of my walk for a nice pint and some soup. The accent is much thicker ...