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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A travel blog entry by rjjohnson on Oct 19, 2015

3 comments, 15 photos

... in 900AD claiming to be the oldest pub in Ireland. It was a most interesting place. With its historical decor you could feel a real sense of history. Lastly we visited a heritage park in Moate, just up the road from us. Although it was meant to be closed the ladies in the office we happy to give us a guided tour. Inside was a detailed history of musical and Irish Dance. Outside was included historical replicas of a Ring Fort, Stone Circle, a Mass Rock, Hedge school ...

The wheels are turning

A travel blog entry by katlaw87 on Feb 09, 2013

11 photos

... 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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

Paddy Wagon Day III

A travel blog entry by tmarooch on Oct 26, 2005

10 photos

... history of the place and listen to some funky Irish music, check out this link: Clonmacnoise (the Irish Cluain Mhic Nos) is an ancient ecclesiastical site, situated south of Athlone, near the centre of Ireland. Its location contributed to its development as a major centre of religion, learning, trade, craftsmanship and political influence. Clonmacnoise has a large collection of ...