Inisrath House - Lake Isle Retreats
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... her and the man that the castle is named for, there is probably a link if you go back to Scotland. The Estate is still in the Leslie family.
Late into the trip so no lengthy frivolity laced writing tonight. A couple of stops tomorrow then we pack for home. Where our guide will immediately start planning for our next trip. We are so lucky to be able to travel with him. #betyouwishyoucouldtravelwithhim
... salmon farming in the ocean!
The people see me coming, meet me at the door, invite me in and offer me coffee. I explain our predicament and they offer to call. Again, the same response. Another young girl comes in and they play with the numbers a bit and we finally get through to Hertz. At the same time Ron has gotten a hold of Hertz by calling the U.S. and being transferred to Dublin. There is a repair kit instead of a spare ...
... asking at a "four square" we were driving along this ....almost goat track, opened and closed a gate and managed to get the last 1 of 2 carparks! Very very remote. Carrowkeel megalithic sites. AWESOME, AMAZING, BREATH TAKING!! The walk up was a four wheel drive track, black scots sheep along the way, it was a very hot day, see pic for pic of Kevs shadow. The last part to the tombs is up and thru heather and rocks, there are paths like sheep tracks to follow, but ...
... up to the castle for a rare and exclusive tour of The West Wing by Viscount Crichton. Guests will be able to see the private grounds, and some rooms that were used in BBC Blandings before boarding the boat back." We were fortunate enough to score the last two tickets, I phoned a couple of days before. On the 1hr cruise down we passed several islands, including Hare Krishna Island! "Inis Rath, also nicknamed (and signposted as) Hare Krishna Island, is a small island in Lough Erne. ...
... with a huge table in the middle. The out buildings needed to sustain a "home" like this are numerous. The stables, the ice house, the laundry room, the ironing room, the dairy for butter making, the forge, the carpenters workshop - the list goes on, and a lot of these were still in use in the 1950s. The walled garden and rose garden were well worth the long walk. Found the organic veg garden there as well. All voluntary. The National ...