Temple Country Retreat & Spa

Horseleap, Moate, County Westmeath, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Horseleap, Moate.
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    Travel Blogs from Moate

    The (Irish) Green Land

    A travel blog entry by bozenamyslinska on Aug 26, 2014

    14 photos

    ... got car few minutes later and was on the road before 11...so far so good. Until I left motorway and hit the REAL roads of Ireland. I had no GPS so had to do the old fashioned way and read the map, read the signs and do it all while driving! Easy?...not at all! Driving in Ireland must have been the best and the worst experience ever. If you are good driver and confident one you will absolutely love it! I was just scared. But I had a car, ...

    Heart attack waiting to happen...learning to drive

    A travel blog entry by cruisinpenny on Dec 12, 2013

    5 photos

    ... lovely hostess made us breakfast to order, and we watched the mist come up, to reveal the coast line across the fields of green. Surf splashed up against the rocks, the rain stopped, the sun began to shine, and the tea was plentiful. The bacon here is more like Canadian bacon, and so tasty. Scrambled eggs with broiled tomatoes, toast, creamy yogurt, orange marmalade to die for, and fruit, all filled us back to happy again.
    New day, new adventures!


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    The Luck of the Irish

    A travel blog entry by lauratravelz on Jun 05, 2013

    183 photos

    ... emigration from Ireland, as well as the Titanic and other vessels. The section on emigration and transportation was quite interesting, particularly as it pertained to Australia. Lunch was in Cachel, where we had a quick and tasty meal and a cosy pub full of locals. I realised that unlike the rest of Europe in which I had been, Ireland is not at all touristy! You go into a pub or restaurant and you eat among locals, and the food is probably good. We then walked to the Rock ...

    Day 30

    A travel blog entry by owiedoeseurope on Oct 16, 2012

    ... is marginal at best. We are just a few miles from Shannon. There is an International airport there. There has been an international airport here since the early 30s when Pan Am started flying the clippers, flying boats, to the States. We weave our way thru endless narrow roads until we get to the Cliffs of Moher. I had been looking forward to this since I got to Ireland. I had seen the cliffs on several TV programmes and was hoping they would look as good up close as they do on the ...

    A Wee Pack O' Pissed Lads

    A travel blog entry by mikemaya on Jan 25, 2012

    1 comment, 88 photos

    Well, we were ready for some Irish action after spending so much time with the namby pampy English. We flew into Dublin and boarded a crowded bus into town. We checked into our hotel that was smack dab in the middle of town, a great location! Of course, it was butt cold. The Irish were always a good bet for jolly times and hangovers and we were looking forward to at least a few epic nights out. I looked out our window 5 minutes after getting into the hotel and I see 6 drunk guys ...