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

11 photos

... at Birr. When completed in 1845, it was the largest telescope on earth, and capable of capturing more light and seeing further into space than any telescope had done before. Birr therefore became a focus for astronomical observations, and visitors came to visit the observatory from all over the world - including Charles Babbage and Napoléon Eugène, Prince Imperial. A main feature on the grounds of the castle is the "Great Telescope" or ...

A wet sidetrip

A travel blog entry by triptalk on Jul 06, 2007

1 comment, 25 photos

... started the trip by taking the overnight ferry from Cherbourg and ended up in Rosslare. it was sort of rough seas so I stayed huddled up in my cabin there and got right on a train for dublin. Spent a few days there walking around and took a bus trip up to Newgrange, which is a neolithic ruin and also to Tara, another tomb site. I forgot Ireland has such ancient history, these places were built before ...

The Burren and Cliffs of Moher

A travel blog entry by trishigirl on Sep 22, 2005

... breathtaking! Although, after seeing so many similar cliffs in Northern Ireland, these didn't seem to blow me away so much! After missing the ferry to the Aran Islands, we went to the quaint seaside town of Doolin for lunch and ate mussels in white wine sauce at a tiny little pub... Stayed in a town in the middle of Ireland, Athlone, tonight as we are driving to Dublin ...