The Bailie Hotel

Address: Main Street, Bailieborough, County Cavan, Province of Ulster, Ireland | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Main Street, Bailieborough.
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      Catch a glimpse of the Gargoyle

      A travel blog entry by jetsettermike on Oct 28, 2014

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      ... It was probably the entombment mound of Sláine, the Fir Bolg King.

      The mound also has fascinating alignments with other prehistoric sites, and in mythology may have an astronomical connection.

      I had great fun exploring the ruins; lookout for the carving of a reptilian dragon, see if you can catch a glimpse of the gargoyle staring at you.
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      Our Irish lunch special of the day was...

      A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Oct 05, 2014

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      ... 1170s in the exact spot you see it in this photo. Ninety-nine percent of the castles you see anywhere have been restored, meaning they were either added on to, or much of it has been replaced either hundreds of years after it was built or last year. As our guide firmly emphasize in telling the story of Trim, this castle was not restored, it was preserved. They've placed an artificial roof over the entire thing ...

      Trim Castle & Braveheart (Wallace Part 2)

      A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Oct 05, 2014

      15 photos

      ... nine percent of the castles you see anywhere have been reconfigured or restored, meaning they were either added on to, or much of it has been replaced either hundreds of years after it was built, or last year. As our guide said repeatedly in telling the story of Trim, this castle was not restored, it was preserved. They've placed an artificial roof over the entire structure to keep the weather out (and that was only done in the last 20 years), but that's ...

      In search of faeries, leprechauns and giants..

      A travel blog entry by pkneville on May 31, 2014

      2 comments, 39 photos

      ... of being the most defended castle in English history. From here, Serendipity took us rambling along a forest trail where we walked for eternity marvelling at the the beauty and serenity, until we came across a herd of cows with attitude. Do you know how hard it is to stare down an animal many times your size? For sometime, there was a Mexican standoff between man and beast... See you in my next Big Mac you big moo! We then visited the ruins of Lanercost Priory, dating back ...

      Ancient Ireland

      A travel blog entry by helenlilley on Sep 06, 2013

      5 photos

      ... Pyramids by around 600 years, and Stonehenge by over 1000. There are three major sites at Bru Na Boinne: Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth. We only got to see Newgrange, the most famous of the three. And it was spectacular. A huge dome rising out of the ground, with a single chamber in the middle. Squeezing into the narrow chamber is very claustrophobic, but it open up into a room with a 6m vaulted ceiling. The most remarkable thing is that the 6m dome is made up of ...