Rectory House Hotel

Address: Rectory House Hotel Rectory House Hotel Rectory House Hotel Dundrum Cashel, Dundrum, County Tipperary, Ireland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Dundrum

Travelling the Emerald Isle week 1

A travel blog entry by traveldons on Oct 03, 2015

3 comments, 24 photos

... covered in bright yellow sea grasses with the most wonderful reflections. Being such a rocky area, the landscape is laced with drystone walling and this time the paddocks are tiny, tumbling against each other. Peat/turf is still being harvested and donkeys are numerous, so I just love this photo of the donkey beside the turf. By the end of the day we were in mountainous country but still oh, so rocky.

Kylemore Abbey sits in the most spectacular setting with ...

Beautiful Irish hospitality

A travel blog entry by kaybrown on May 08, 2015

... too.

Cake and tea for dinner.

I am not sure if the Irish believe in keeping the central heating on all day……us poor Aussies cannot really cope with that, came home to a cold house. I think it will be another quiet night in and a hop into bed to warm up, no wonder the Irish had so many ...


A travel blog entry by kellyfayeurope on Aug 14, 2014

2 comments, 7 photos

... enjoyed an optional dinner at Knappogue Castle £65 ea leaving at 5.30 pm for the 45 min drive from Limerick with dinner commencing at 6.15 pm. We got there early enough for some lovely photos and enjoyed a wonderful meal, wine and medieval Irish entertainment arriving home at 9,30pm. McNamara built the castle and Arthur Cromwell lived in it. Been sold to a USA family Andrews and leased to the Shannon singers who manage the ...

Welcome to country Ireland

A travel blog entry by rachbritton on Jul 28, 2014

34 photos

Today I waved goodbye to Vivian, Mary and David and travelled with Kay and John to Horse and Jockey where we met Catherine, Alan's wife. Kay and John are heading to West Cork to Kay's family beach house for a week with their family.

Catherine has her two grandchildren with her today, they are 5 and 3. We have lunch before saying farewell to Kay and John and head off to the Rock of Cashel.

Also known as Cashel of the Kings and St Patrick's Rock, ...


A travel blog entry by melepua on Sep 16, 2013

... right. This new blog will kill a few birds with one stone. Or to put to death a rather gruesome idiom (sorry, that pun was indeed intended), I’ll just make one up. This new blog will knock over a gaggle of rodeo clowns with one bull. (which now reminds me of beer barrel poker, but I digress). I intend to not only inform you all of new adventures, encounters and (hopefully) exciting observations, I will also educate you on the glorious world of ethnomusicology from the eye of an ...