Multyfarnham Holiday Village

Multyfarnham, County Westmeath, Province of Leinster, Ireland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Multyfarnham

Checking out the land of the ancestors

A travel blog entry by redwatt

Shannon and Jess both decided to stay home today, so Tom and I went off exploring the Duffy land. We found Laurel Lough, Laurel Hill "townlands" (2 houses and a sawmill) and Lauren Hill Lough. We bottomed the car on a hill and thought we'd done some serious damage, but we hadn't, thank heavens. We found a dismantled railway line running down a …

Saints Day in Downpatrick!

A travel blog entry by redwatt

Today Shannon decided to stay at the cottage (she went for walks, went to the friary nearby, watched TV and wrote letters).

Tom, Jess and I drove up to Northern Ireland, passing through Newry. Newry still has the checkpoint for crossing the border, but these days you just drive around it. It's still rather intimidating, with all the barbed …

Explorations - Longford, Athlone, Clonmacnoise

A travel blog entry by redwatt

We slept in this morning and took it easy today. We drove up to Longford, where my Thomas Denning was born in 1790. We spoke to a little man in the genealogy office and we're to ring him on Monday to see if it's worth them doing a search.

We then headed down to Athlone and then down to Shannon Harbour, Shannon Bridge and the Shannon River …

And on to Ireland..

A travel blog entry by redwatt

We finally drove onto the ferry at about 3.30am. We left Holyhead harbour at 4am. On the ferry we did a bit of duty free shopping, then we found a comfy spot (after having sandwiches and drinks) and dozed.

We arrived in Dublin at about 7am and decided not to stay so we drove out to Newgrange.

Newgrange is a tomb constructed by …

6. Kells Priory

A travel blog entry by flyrina


... which enclose a site of just over 3 acres. These give the priory the appearance more of a fortress than of a place of worship and from them comes its local name of "Seven Castles". As we hadn't quite realized what we were looking at when we stopped, this expansive wall in the pictures was the extent of what we'd seen, but was nevertheless is ...


This hotel, located in Multyfarnham, is near Fore Abbey.
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5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding