Rathsallagh House

Dunlavin, Dunlavin, County Wicklow, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Dunlavin, Dunlavin, is near Rathsallagh Golf Club, Moone High Cross, Carlow Castle, and The Irish Pewtermill.
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    Travel Blogs from Dunlavin

    Italy to Ireland

    A travel blog entry by thelynchmob on May 29, 2014

    22 photos

    ... comical. After completing a lap we decided our first stop would be the Guinness Brewery. We found the tour interesting, the samples...well..that depends on what you think about Guinness (I did drink some Jake).. But the view from the Gravity Bar at the top was beautiful. We were so lucky to have a clear, fine day. The brewery is a little commercialised but I was very impressed to learn about the contribution that the Guinness family etc had made to Dublin and the Irish ...

    The Blarney Castle;

    A travel blog entry by indygg on Mar 27, 2014

    13 photos

    ... of cake! We then went around the gardens exploring and found the mystical and magical "Rock Close" steps and paths lead you past a Portal Rock, Wishing Steps( you must close your eyes and think of only your wish and walk up the step backwards) the Witches Kitchen, the Witches Stone, a Druid Stone Circle; this one was covered in moss in the woods.... And out a Fairy Garden! Today we traveled back to Dublin and are staying "in the city". Enjoy the ...

    All is not lost

    A travel blog entry by arilauraharold on Oct 08, 2013

    66 photos

    ... hospitality and home cooked meal was a phenomenal change up from the van. They also supplied us with washing facilities, which was definitely required.

    Munich- Following all this history and learning we decided to have a break and not use our brains for Oktoberfest. Here Kahlia flew in and we spent a fantastic five days dressing up, drinking steins, meeting some pretty amazing people and pretending to know the words to German songs. One day we were drinking beer at ...

    Dublin Gaols, Whiskey, Folklore and Fairies

    A travel blog entry by timsandy on Aug 30, 2013

    ... the famine in the 1840's, many women and children were kept here for stealing simple food items such as a potato from a field, a loaf of bread from a cart or an apple from an orc************ly good side of these 1 week ...


    A travel blog entry by alice-patrick on Aug 15, 2013

    7 comments, 24 photos

    ... music for the sheer joy of it. They would rather the people at the pub stomp their feet instead of clap. Irish music is all about the dancing, they don't stop dancing when the song ends, they stop playing when the dancing ends, I love that.

    Pouring rain greets us when we came out of The Ha'Penny Bridge Inn and we slosh through puddles to Ryan's Pub, clomp our soggy selves up the stairs and proceeded to enjoy more music and song. We learn about traditional ...