Stanville Lodge Hotel

Address: Barntown, Wexford, County Wexford, Ireland | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Barntown, Wexford, is near Ballinoulart Beach.
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Travel Blogs from Wexford

Kissing the Blarney Stone

A travel blog entry by ian.case on Jan 21, 2015

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... intact. It was interesting to read the signs about the different rooms and what they may have been used for. The kids were up to the top in no time with Keely kissing several other stones before discovering where the real Blarney Stone was located. It's actually a piece of the wall on the outermost battlement and you have to lay on your back and lean backwards and downwards to reach it. Luckily there are steel bars to stop you plummeting to your death and a man there to ...

Wexford

A travel blog entry by simoncole on Aug 15, 2014

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We departed Arklow at 2pm and were soon motor sailing very pleasantly down the East coast of Ireland, but then, as usual, the wind dropedand we ended up motoring most of the way.



The approach to Wexford is quite difficult. We followed a buoyed channel for over an hour as it twisted its way though ...

Entry 4: the beauty of Wexford County

A travel blog entry by louivic on Apr 13, 2014

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... than in Quebec but this crepe makes me
feel like in Canada for a moment. Fourthly, we went to Cahore. There, it has a
beautiful beach with gorgeous landscapes. A long quay enters in the sea to make
a kind of bay. It was a lovely day and I decided to swim for the first time in
the Irish Sea. At the end of the quay, we can jump in the water. It’s around 4
meter high. It ...

Madrid to Dublin!

A travel blog entry by luv2travel.kami on Apr 26, 2011

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... out of Waterford, a tiny beach town. and thats where i am now!
whew!! thats lots to catch up on! sorry for being so behind! i'll try and be better!
our plan for the rest of the week....
tonight in Waterford/Tramore
see Waterford tomorrow and travel to Cork and see Cork and stay the night.
Thursday we plan to see more of Cork and then leave and make it to Galway by evening and stay the night. then friday we hope to see the Cliffs of Moher for the day. ...

From Famine ships to hurling

A travel blog entry by baumyj on Sep 05, 2010

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... There was an overview of Waterford history. In 795 Viking raiders appeared on the Irish coast. By 850 they had established ‘ship havens’ at Waterford and some other bases from which raiding parties plundered the monasteries. The Vikings returned in 914 and established Waterford as Ireland oldest city.

Dermot McMurrough tried to take over in 1169 and Strongbow succeeded in 1171 after a siege. He executed the Viking kings after taking them to Reginald’s ...