Treacy's Hotel

Address: Templeshannon, Enniscorthy, County Wexford, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Templeshannon, Enniscorthy, is near Foxford Woollen Mills Visitor Centre, The National 1798 Visitor Centre, Antique Tavern, and Ballycoursey Day Spa.
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      Loads of pics from a day in Kilkenny

      A travel blog entry by moxiejo on Dec 03, 2014

      28 photos

      We had a crazy packed day today and we just got back to the hotel to drop our car off and catch a taxi back into town. Turns out, Wednesday night is the main music night of the week with traditional local music in all of the pubs! So, we're taxiing it to the pubs so we can drink and listen to music all night. I'll write more later, so for now, here are some highlighted pics from the day. AWESOME DAY! More to ...

      Blarney to Kilkenny

      A travel blog entry by clbutler on Sep 18, 2014

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      ... seen today on the Parade. The property was transferred to the people of Kilkenny in 1967 for £50[1] and the castle and grounds are now managed by the Office of Public Works. We shared really good pizza for lunch and them wandered the town for a bit. Lots of activity. We had our farewell dinner in the hotel, really good roast beef! Tomorrow is our last day, back to Dublin. River Court Hotel. Cloudy in the morning, hazy and warm in the ...

      Episode 10

      A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Jul 10, 2014

      71 photos

      ... to see how the servant lived. It seems to L that those in Florence court had better conditions, although both were damp and musty because there are no fires burning and the big kitchen ranges stand idle and cold. That alone would have produced some heat and a drying influence on the atmosphere. The Castle Coole basement was completely underground with the servants’ entrance to it from a long tunnel that was equally damp and cold. The Florence castle basement ...

      Cork to Kilkenny (Cobh, jameson.)

      A travel blog entry by iancarmen on May 29, 2014

      121 photos

      Another big day planned, got up at 7am, showered, dressed, did some packing. The before breakfast used the WiFi, downloaded and sorted pictures from the camera. Uploaded pictures to Facebook, then went to breakfast, ate and returned to the room. Once in the room, got ready for the day, finished packing and then took bags to coach. We left at 9am heading to Cobh. It was a 30 minute trip and we arrived. Cobh, the place where the Titanic's last port of call was. We ...

      Dublin to Kilkenny

      A travel blog entry by winkie on Apr 11, 2014

      24 photos

      ... best cloths that I have with me (good jeans boots and a top, not quite fitting in wiht there cloths), it was time to hit the town. I had a ball. Might need a liver detox when I leave Ireland. Meeting up with everyone laster that night back at the bar in the hotel (doesn't close until 3am), for a few more drinks before I called it a night a bit after 3am. I'm in love with this country, it is stunningly ...