Whitford House Hotel Health and Leisure Club
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Whitford House Hotel Health and Leisure Club Wexford
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... the Catholics and the Protestants. Coming from Australia where the oldest history is based on indigenous rock art that I have never seen it is hard to grasp this type of history that dates back so far and is so well preserved and documented.
As it was still raining when we finished, our museum visit was followed by a stand up picnic under a veranda. Then we moved on to another indoor venue, the Bishop’s Palace. The history here ...
... so quick!! Kids loved it. Listened to the meercat talk and fed them mealworms and vegetables and then had a wander around the farm and found an adventure playground and some llamas. Stopped by Tescos on the way home for supplies and wifi and had a quick half hour at home before heading out for a meal with nana and grandad at Mary Barry's. Was delicious! Kids had chicken and fish gougons, I had seafood Norway which was delicious, hank had ...
... to presumably allow the Romany-style carts to access the building for repair. We soon moved on to Avoca, a town well-known for its woollen mill but also for a television series called Ballykissangel! We parked in a large empty car park opposite the church and walked the short distance to the mill. It is a very attractive building with a superb coffee shop, which we had to investigate of course! We then went on a tour of the mill, which is still a working ...
... within 20 minutes. Surprisingly the food came rather quickly and was quite good. A chicken kiev for me, chicken curry (which is quite popular in Southern Ireland) for Erin and a supreme chicken for Mom. None of us knew what made her chicken supreme, but it was tasty! This was another day that was supposed to be relaxing, but yet again, we found ourselves exhausted at the end of it and went to bed promptly after returning from dinner. Anne probably thinks we're a bunch of ...
... to them at the end of the trip and the driver got me to sit in his seat and he took a photo of me. Good little segway but not as good as our Puffing Billy.
Back on track we headed into Waterford over a very impressive new motorway and bridge which demanded a toll, which we had to stop and pay.
The factory is very well signposted and probably the most visited attraction in Waterford. The booklet I had gave us a two for one deal for the tour plus ...