Stanville Lodge Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Stanville Lodge Hotel Wexford
Travel Blogs from Wexford
... the river. As we exited the car, the only rain we had that day poured down on us. After the downpour & checking in, we were able to remove our heavy suitcases from the car. We had dinner at the hotel. We had pints & played dominos & had tour the next morning. We took taxi to the train station because we heard expensive to park there & didn't want to drive in the city at commute time. We meet some people that were also waiting for ...
... medley where loads of different fish was all wrapped up in itself, and mum had a seafood salad- loads of prawns, crabmeat, kipper, smoked salmon and loads of other stuff- looked incredible! Benji tucked in to that as well. Only downside was that it was incredibly hot in there- had to take trips outside to cool down. Kids were high as kites as well. Now back at home cooking down with despicable me 2 and puss in boots. Another fab day. 5 nil to ...
... was a man working on a hand-operated loom making a scarf. He had worked there for 40 years and was demonstrating how it used to be done. A lot of the cloth is produced on mechanised looms now but it was good to be shown how the looms were set up and how the other machines are operated. We made our way back to the car park only to find it cram packed with cars. Well it was Sunday after all and it looked as if the whole town was in the church! We walked down the ...
... music class we are discussing the difference between pop aka commercialized music vs. real musicians. Also, in my Irish history class we talked about how the phenomenon of food production post famine was one of the driving forces that actually brought Ireland out of the dark ages.
Wednesday: Met up with some more OT people for a quick chat. I went to the library to find some books and I discovered a lovely reading spot in one of the windowsills of the ...
... for the Hook lighthouse which is reached by the Ring of Hook road which goes round the small peninsula and there’s an offshoot road to the lighthouse itself. But there are hardly any road signs to tell you exactly where you are and I think we drove round and round a 10km-square area several times, up and down little country lanes. Very pretty and interesting to see the countryside but also confusing because all these little lanes ...