Address: 15 Craywell Road John Street, New Ross, County Wexford, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 15 Craywell Road John Street, New Ross, is near Brigit's Garden, Kilkenny Golf Club, and J.F.K. Trust Dunbrody.
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Travel Blogs from New Ross

A hurricane in Ireland

A travel blog entry by mnnorske on Oct 21, 2014

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Yes, we had high winds thanks to the tail end of the hurricane! Something I never thought I would experience in Ireland.

But after leaving Dublin and traveling through the beautiful Wicklow mountains we left the winds behind.

We visited the Monastery - which was a great experience. A real step back in in time!

At New Ross, ancestral home of the Kennedy's, we visited the Dunbrody famine ship which ...

Did that really happen?

A travel blog entry by mylittletrip on Aug 09, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... which I really can't get my head around. I guess time flies when your having fun. I don't really know how to sum up my trip or even describe how I'm feeling about it, I think it will take some time to sink in. It really has been an incredible adventure, the trip of a lifetime and I feel very fortunate to have fulfilled a dream. The landscapes, scenery, wildlife I've seen were truly breathtaking but perhaps it was the people I met a long the way who restored my faith ...

Narrow Roads and Big Scenery

A travel blog entry by foley1617 on Jun 14, 2014

3 comments, 24 photos

... the Glendalough (prounced Glen Da Lock) Visitors Center of the Wicklow Mountains. We hiked up to the Poulaness Waterfall for a look at the stream that feeds the upper and lower lakes of the mountains. Absolutely lush. Again I wish I was a better wordsmith for a proper description. We left Wicklow for Kilkenny which was another 70KM away. Some more of the narrow country roads but finally they gave way to the bigger highway. Driving on the left side of a big highway is still ...


A travel blog entry by freundlytravels on Jul 10, 2013

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... in County Wexford. Things I learned today: Metric is used in Ireland but English don't use it as metric was invented by the French. An inch was the length of Henry VIII's first indexing his thumb. He noticed twelve thumbs equalled his foot and three feet equalled his arm and six feet was his height and should be called a fathom. English use miles but Irish use kilometers. English still use pound sterling as money unit. ...

Kilkenny, Waterford

A travel blog entry by marjen13 on May 08, 2013

1 comment, 9 photos

... so many Irish during the Potato Famine. Ireland had about 8 million people and around one quarter of them were totally dependant the potato for their food supply. They were mostly subsistence farmers renting small /plots of land from landlords. If they did have jobs they may have only earned one shilling a day but due to the poor quality of their diets they were often too sick to work. When the blight struck the potato crop over 1 million people died and more ...