Whitford House Hotel Health and Leisure Club
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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the trip on the ferry, we wandered around before dinner to discover
what was on board. To avoid being bored, we went to a game room where
we had a lot of fun. There were also restaurants and a shop on the
ferry. In the evening, we went to the dico party, but we were
disappointed that the dance floor was too small !
... Sea and it was quite a stable crossing. Four hours, to the minute, later we had docked at Rosslare and we took the rocky road to St Margaret's Beach campsite. We thought that the roads in England were bad! Nicely laid out campsite. The amenities are a bit dated but very clean. Just had time for a quick tea and a chat with Chris and Doug on our plans for tomorrow. And so to bed. The rain has caught up with us but we are warm and snug in our ...
... Royal George Hotel that was off the road through the town but nestled up high overlooking the sea. We had a drink there and drove on to Laughlarne through a consistent sea frett. Laughlarne sits in Carmarthon Bay on the Alon Tal, And is where Dylan Thomas lived. This amazing boutique hotel called Browns Hotel in Laugharne (pronounced Larn). There is filming going on here regarding Dylan Thomas the writer. He died in 1953. The crew and actors are staying in ...
The train station in Wexford reminded me of a small town center somewhere in the midwest of the United States; one blink and you would miss it! After all the chaos of Dublin we knew right away that we were going to like this place. A quick walk through a tall metal gate and we were looking at a tree-lined city square, a row of unfamiliar shops, some cathedral ruins and behind us, the main port. We were a little disoriented in this, ...
... glance, was very little different! It is pretty hard to judge at first glance but we are looking forward to having a look at the Irish countryside and some tourist highlights tomorrow! Den decided that he was going to give Guinness and got a half pint, but one sip was enough to convince me that the Irish can keep their black stuff and I'll stay with the amber variety! Discovered "Ice cold Budwieser" which WAS really cold and that will be my tipple for our time here! Not bad at ...