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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... Independence fame), and Victoria, whose global expansion of England transformed the small island nation into an empire. Henry II is the king who consolidated all that William I had conquered and that included showing the wild Irish tribesmen across the Irish sea that the king of England was running the show on their island and was not to be trifled with. Trim was only purchased by the state and put on the U.S. equivalent of the National Register of ...

Prehistoric times

A travel blog entry by laceys.log on Apr 28, 2011

1 comment, 22 photos

... in the photo I’m told. The film makers used a lot of special effects but the castle is still recognisable in the movie apparently. Steph and Mya had been on a tour a while ago and said the guide loved his job, made it more interesting to go around with someone like that.
Coming home we took the M6 where the countryside was lovely rolling hills with a lot of small trees, very green and attractive, almost like a posh golf ...

Hill of Tara - Temair in Gaeilge

A travel blog entry by jetsettermike on Oct 28, 2010

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I love ancient sites, and I had to visit the Hill of Tara when I went to Ireland. In ancient Irish mythology and spiritual veneration, Temair was the sacred place of dwelling for the deities. It was also the entrance to the otherworld. There is not much to look at today, but the beautiful grassy bluffs, a graveyard, and a small church.

However, the high point of my day was the ...

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 reading...got 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 ...