Killerig Hotel & Golf Resort

Address: Killerig, Carlow, County Carlow, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Killerig, Carlow, is near Celtic and Prehistoric Museum, Dunbeg Fort, and Rahinnane Castle.
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Travel Blogs from Carlow

Kilkenny and Back!

A travel blog entry by glendacherry on Jul 08, 2014

31 photos

... Life's tough! Next stop back to to the world renowned Mooneys pub at Monasterevin where to our to our great surprise we walked in and one Susan Butler was pulling pints with the help of the local undertaker who runs the pub! Had a few and caught up with the locals. Now sitting at Ann's with good company and a red wine to complete the perfect Irish experience. Off to Dublin ...

Gort to Kilkea, in Reverse

A travel blog entry by thekansasnomad on Jun 15, 2014

... got a win on me too, but hey. And the Yanks are fairing pretty well against the Greene's. I've beat Robin and Tom, and Arthur, but lost once, while Lynn has beat Tom, but lost to Arthur. But that's not the point. The POINT is that we went into town to hear authentic Irish music. Boy did we. So we walk into this bar. Small, kind of quiet. We walk around with no idea where to go, finding our way to the back door, with a door behind that door, that opens into a small ...

If anyone can it's an Irish man

A travel blog entry by faith.over.fear on May 10, 2013

2 comments, 13 photos

... and I found a pub where there was some traditional music & dancing - so incredible to watch!!

Yesterday, I checked out of my hostel in Dublin and took a bus to county Kildare so I could see some non-touristy areas of Ireland - this is where Emily and her husband Mick live. I wanted to look around but one of the first things I saw when I walked into Naas was a bookstore, so of course I got caught up there. They had a cafe ...

Saturday Excursion!

A travel blog entry by sraffel on Feb 04, 2012

18 photos

It's the prevailing opinion in our flat that none of us have seen enough of the country. Suddenly, with the second term upon us, time seems distressingly finite. So we took the bull by the horns! Jen and I took a day trip to Kilkenny.

Until you start to travel around Ireland, you forget how close everything is. Within minutes, we were out of Dublin and excited to see sheep. In under two hours, we were pulling into Kilkenny, a charmingly medieval town. We had lunch first and ...

Rain, stones, Ruins and German Bulls

A travel blog entry by peter_ginger on Sep 06, 2010

4 comments, 148 photos

... He suggested we try and sneak in while there and asked we grab a stone from the house as he wanted to incorporate it into the new house he was building – how was I to turn down a mission like this! So off we went.

Unfortunately the rain still had not stopped at all and we left in wet conditions and wipers on full. Tomtom again continues to pay off each day we are here and mapped us a route right to Waterford. ...