Radisson Blu Farnham Estate Hotel, Cavan
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We arrived Tuesday after 14 hours travel. We met our cousin John Follis and his wife Denise for the first time and had some wine in the living room of the Farnham. The hotel is amazing and we feel like we seriously lucked out picking such an amazing place using only online references.
Today we cancelled our flights scheduled for the 30th September to Bangkok. :-(
Poor Aisling is in hospital in Donegal. She has been ill since she came home from Seattle so on Saturday she went into hospital. Awaiting tests at the minute so we are rescheduling the trip. ...
... RC (Roman Catholic) St Patrick Cathedral. Catholic St Patrick's is very ornate, whilst the COI St Patrick is not as ostentatious. Much more simple. The RC St Patrick very pretty and ornate makes you think of where the money could have gone too. Both churches are the Cathedrals for as their respective Diocese. Lunch in Armagh at DeAverell House. Salad, lasagna I had a Belfast Ale, Headless Hound a light IPA ...
Leaving my beautiful hometown to head up the road to Belfast on Tuesday to catch my flight to London to stay a night with the sister. Have had a great time at home seeing a pile of friends from all over and family. Always great to have the craic with your mates. In the words of The Terminator, I'll be back!! Eventually.
Only a few more days to go before I embark on another wee wander..
It has been a bit of a roller coaster few months lead up, full of decisions and indecisions, ultimately resulting in a series of very indecisive decisions, which I'm just going to go with and see how it all pans out!;)
The hardest thing to do when you don't know exactly what you're doing or where you're going, is packing (oh and getting travel vaccinations-the doc ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Radisson Blu Farnham Estate Hotel, Cavan
I booked a one night stay here with OH( including dinner)
Just returned from a fabulous weekend at this hotel. Staff could not have been nicer or more helpful and the facilities and room were also fantastic.
The customer relations manager really went out of his way to ensure we had the nicest break possible and boy did he achieve this!
The room could have been warmer, the temp. control didn't seem to react. Pool could also be a little warmer in the winter.
All in all fantastic weekend and really couldn't fault this hotel, a lovely treat.
This is just the place to escape to for a girlie weekend away! I went with three close friends and we had a brilliant time.
This hotel is the worst radisson I have been in.
We have just returned from a two day spa break at this wonderful new hotel. Having stayed at several of these sorts of hotels in Ireland I must say this one ticks all the boxes. Fresh, interesting, bold and exciting, an oasis of calm in the middle of lets face it .... nowhere. And you know what ... thats exactly what we wanted!
Just back from a wedding W/E and had a ball. Beautifull hotel beautifull rooms and beautifull grub.
The Car park located 150 yards from the hotel is a bit strange especially in poor weather as you would need to know that the hotel run a shuttle service. But still a bit awkard - it is not as if they have not enough space !!!
My wife and I have just returned from the hotel after a very relaxing two day break for our wedding anniversary. The hotel is only officially open for 2 weeks now. We had originally booked because of the spa but got a phonecall two days before we were due to visit to let us know the spa wasn't open yet. This was very disappointing but the hotel arranged to give us an upgrade to one of the rooms in the original estate house which are very nice.
I had the pleasure of attending the hotel as part of a wedding party and stayed overnight.