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- Smoking rooms available
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Kids pool
- Swimming pool
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... the amazing thing is that this charter roll, dating back to 1372, still exists and has been preserved in the museum
Not that we are into religion but listening to how countries have fought over religion for centuries is quite fascinating even if we can’t understand why. The museum also housed some religious capes woven with actual gold thread that had an amazing history of surviving many conflicts and being passed back and ...
... America, Canada and Australia.
Next stop the Irish Agriculture Museum in Wexford. Very interesting. However, many of the displays weren’t as old as we expected. Some were as recent as the 1950s. I’m older than that.
On the way back to our B&B we ran across a community fair in Stoneyford. They were raising money for their community center. A few ...
... we are off to Kells Priory, an Augustinian monastic site began in the 12th century with the latest work on it performed in the 15th century. From there to the Kilree Round Tower and High Cross. The tower is 29 meters high. Outside the site is the High Cross marking the grave of the Irish High King, Niall Caille. His grave isn’t inside the site inasmuch as ...
... but I have since realised how genuinely helpful that they want to be and I have accepted it at face value and hopefully given like for like. We were served the most fantastic burgers, laced with goats cheese and salad and fries, in their own little bucket. The waitress remembered us from yesterday afternoon- not sure if that is good or bad! She told us that it was her husband who had put together all of the 60's music, so we told her to pass on our gratitude! Having ...
... It was dedicated to the Blessed Virgin. Jerpoint is notable for its stone carvings, including one at the tomb of Felix O'Dulany, Bishop of the Diocese of Ossory. The abbey flourished until the Dissolution of the Monasteries by Henry VIII. Day tour over we take a leisurely drive back on the R448 avoiding the M9 and enjoying the landscape. Dinner unfortunately is a little ordinary at the country club just up the road from us in ...