Monaghans Harbour Hotel

Address: Limerick Road, Naas, County Kildare, Ireland | Inn
 
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This inn, located on Limerick Road, Naas, is near Johnstown Garden Centre, Palmerstown House Golf Club, and Grand Canal in County Kildare.
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    Travel Blogs from Naas

    Emily and Raspberry in Ireland!

    A travel blog entry by jentimemilyadah on Sep 09, 2014

    18 photos

    Travel Dates in Ireland:  September 9 through September 24 Cities Visited:  Caherciveen and Dingle (County Kerry), Cork, and Dublin Leprechaun Sightings:  N one!  Emily and Raspberry had a great time in Ireland! They got to see castles and ancient ring forts, listen to traditional Irish music, collect sea shells including strange looking ones from razor back clams, eat some delicious seafood and lots of ...

    New Grange and Knowth

    A travel blog entry by sa.hurley on Jul 26, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... This event lasts for 17 minutes, beginning around 9am. You can go into a lottery to be one of the lucky one to be there. Michelle and Noel have put the name in for the past 20 years with no luck so far. If you are chosen you can bring a friend. But you must remember as with many Irish events that depend upon sunshine, if the skies are overcast, there is not much to be seen. The accuracy of Newgrange as a time-telling device and it is remarkable when ...

    Day 2. Dublin

    A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy on May 17, 2014

    8 photos

    It's amazing how good you feel after 12 hours sleep. The bed was extra comfortable and the big fluffy doona was to die for. I got up just after 6 am and had a welcome shower and headed out for a walk. There was a park nearby at Merrion Square but the gates were padlocked, so I walked further to St Stephens Green. This was a beautiful park and the joggers were out in force. A lovely way to start the day. On the way back to the hotel I passed an old cemetery tucked ...

    Whiskey and Rebels and a Snowy End

    A travel blog entry by oski on Feb 11, 2014

    19 photos

    ... we were reminded that there is old mixed with new in Dublin. The tour of the gaol runs every hour and is 6 euros per person. The guide had a perfect Irish brogue and made the history of the building come to life when he told the stories of the inhabitants. And jail life in the 19th and 20th century was a far cry from Orange is the New Black. There was no separation between men, women and children in the jail, and no child was too young to be put in with the general population ...

    Days 180 - 188: Scotland, Ireland and England

    A travel blog entry by djmorton on Nov 06, 2013

    100 photos

    ... language before being excused.
    Quite often I'd break out into a little giggle hearing these people speak, particularly mixed with their sense of humour and use of everyday phrases...like who actually says "top of the morning to ya".. Not the modern day Irish - they say "100,000 welcomes to ya" or phonetically pronounced in Irish "cead mile failte"!
    The highlight of my day was when we went for a walk in the countryside. A little Irish man in a cheese cutter said ...