Whitford House Hotel Health and Leisure Club
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- Swimming pool
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... an outside lane.
After finding our B&B (again no address just a name!) we headed out to dinner at Jack Meade Pub. I had sea bass, fresh, and it was great. Our waitress told us the tale - the downstairs had always been a pub but the upstairs where we were dining, used to be a "wake" (mortuary) room. People are just so nice here.
Our B&B was delightful and best of all....we had three single beds! No sharing tonight!
... medley where loads of different fish was all wrapped up in itself, and mum had a seafood salad- loads of prawns, crabmeat, kipper, smoked salmon and loads of other stuff- looked incredible! Benji tucked in to that as well. Only downside was that it was incredibly hot in there- had to take trips outside to cool down. Kids were high as kites as well. Now back at home cooking down with despicable me 2 and puss in boots. Another fab day. 5 nil to ...
... was a man working on a hand-operated loom making a scarf. He had worked there for 40 years and was demonstrating how it used to be done. A lot of the cloth is produced on mechanised looms now but it was good to be shown how the looms were set up and how the other machines are operated. We made our way back to the car park only to find it cram packed with cars. Well it was Sunday after all and it looked as if the whole town was in the church! We walked down the ...
Today we were hosted at St. Aidan's Cathedral in Enniscorthy. Aiden Ryan a local historian provided us with an overview of the cathedral. St Aidan's is the cathedral church of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Ferns. It was built in 1843 and was designed by Augustus Pugin. The saint to whom the cathedral is dedicated is Aidan, who died in 626. The cathedral was renovated in 1994 when authentic ...
... discount on purchases so we lined up for tickets and only had to wait about five minutes for the next tour to commence.
The tour proved to be very interesting and we learnt a lot about how crystal is made and the finer points of the engraving and sculpturing. Amazing to think how much crystal had been produced here since George and William Penrose set up the factory in 1783.
You were able to take photos throughout the tour and I have taken many ...