Multyfarnham Holiday Village

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

Catch a glimpse of the Gargoyle

A travel blog entry by jetsettermike on Oct 28, 2014

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Evidence shows that The Hill of Slane can be traced back into primordial times, so of course I had to visit it. Probably as old as the Neolithic period. I read that in Christian history that the hill became well known as the site where St. Patrick first lit the paschal fire in direct rebelliousness of the pagan kings at nearby Tara. I visited the hill of Slane ...

Trim Castle & Braveheart (Wallace Part 2)

A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Oct 05, 2014

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... to the elements, no food, no water, where the transgressor was left to die.

Again, Trim was preserved, not restored. While the walls were of stone, the roof was of wood. This plastic covering, more sophisticated than it looks in the photograph, ensures the interior of the castle stays dry and free of invading animals or birds and similar unwelcome visitors.

I teased in the first episode of William Wallace and Trim Castle about the ...

Running and ice do not mix!

A travel blog entry by katlaw87 on Jan 22, 2013

... for an easy lunch as well. I know domestic goddess that I am today cleaned house head to toe and cooked a nice lovely dinner, but as I keep thinking I don't know whether or not to make a little entree or dessert, the ultimate question! I will think about it when I go for a quick walk through the country side, the best way to think about food is when your ...

Hill of Tara - Temair in Gaeilge

A travel blog entry by jetsettermike on Oct 28, 2010

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... that I captured on film (see pictures). Isn't that cool? What do you think it is? It was cloudy and misty when I went there, so it was the perfect time for taking spooky looking photographs. The scenery looked as it came from a Hitchcock thriller, but it looks very wicked amidst the hazy day, the gray skies, the squawking crows, and the eerie looking trees with contorted branches.

Trim and County Meath

A travel blog entry by debrob on Sep 25, 2008


... too chilly - especially after hiking around the castle. It looked like what we though Ireland would look like with the mist swirling around the nearby hills. Beautiful country. And, so far, very friendly people. We like Trim a lot. After the castle, we went to the HIll of Tara. Wow. All of the things they say about narrow Irish roads are NOT an exaggeration. It's really very difficult to describe just how little room is left over when ...