Cashel House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... tea shop called Poppies. We later discovered this cafe is listed on must visit places around this area. Next we followed a bit of the Military Road Drive. Through little places like Roundwood and Glendalough. The area around here was quite rugged, but barren. Very rocky, little greenery, no trees. Unusual for Ireland. This drive led us to the Wicklow Mountains in which there is ...
this morning we started with breakfast at our hotel. slept great, BTW. I had these awesome banana pancakes. Tom went for the Irish breakfast..including blood sausage which he enjoyed. four kinds of meat with his breakfast, wow. Walked to the Rock of Cashel, which is the ruins of a cathedral and monastery. Good visit, great cemetery. Stopped at the bakery on the way out of town. Totally yummy and so cheap. chocolate chocolate chip muffin and mini loaf of ...
... few months and having lots of interested visitors.
After wandering around the construction site for a little while and visiting with some residents, we headed up to town where a hunt (yes, with horses, hounds, and the goal of tracking down a fox) was happening. For me, this was actually very exciting – look at the beautiful horses! The excited riders! The villagers ready to send them all off! ...
Leaving Kilkenny we headed to Cashel to have a look at a recommended castle. Turning the corning into Cashel it is there before you standing on a mighty rock, the castle, the rock of Cashel. We park the tissue box once again and made our way up the hill to "the rock". Walking into the reception we decided that we would take a stroll around the outside of the castle instead of going into the castle as we still had ...
... to thank Avoca for the incredible gluten free/dairy free/corn free/peanut free meal. I had salmon in a sweet chile sauce and a carrot salad and two servings of fruit salad and it was wonderful. There was even a gluten free section in the Avoca food-to-go shop and I got a macaroon with jam.
The drive to Glendalough should have been short but there were so many people who'd come up to the Wicklow Mountains to take advantage of the sunshine that it ...