The Cedar Lodge Hotel

on the N25 between New Ross and Wexford, Carrigbyrne, County Wexford, Province of Leinster, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on on the N25 between New Ross and Wexford, Carrigbyrne.
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    Travel Blogs from Carrigbyrne

    Surprising Ireland

    A travel blog entry by graemea on Aug 12, 2014

    1 comment, 28 photos

    ... with solid colour. The farms were neatly maintained with row after row of rock fences. At this time of year the farmers are busy with their harvests, so there was no end in sight of bales and rolls of feed.

    Ireland is certainly green – the locals always joke of their weather: Summer it rains, Spring it rains, Autumn it rains, but in Winter, it snows. We were very lucky, and even with the remnants of ex-typhoon Bertha crossing ...

    To Kilkenny we go...

    A travel blog entry by kendra.towns on Aug 09, 2014

    11 photos

    ... we were on the motorway I napped. :D couldn't help it! We first dropped a few people off in Kilkenny and then headed to the caves. I've been to lots of caves before but the history of this cave was particularly interesting. It was the scene of a massacre. The local Irish had hidden in the caves from the Vikings. However, the Vikings found them and as a result killed them all. While horrible it was a very interesting tale. We spent about an hour and a half at the ...

    The un-swim

    A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Jul 12, 2014

    2 comments, 6 photos

    Today I went for a walk.  Along the coast and to a cove I forgot the name of.  I had my swimmers with me, so like any normal human being I made the choice to swim.  I jumped in and splashed around for a few minutes before coming to a very real realisation.  I was in water deep enough that I couldn't touch the ground...and I can't swim.  Nil. I need to see to swim and I didn't ...

    Episode 10

    A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Jul 10, 2014

    71 photos

    ... defence. Castles were always being added to and altered and evolving as new techniques and guns for bombarding them developed.

    Then there was Castletown, which is really a stately home from the 18th century in the Palladian style. L thinks it’s early 18th cent though nothing she read actually stated when it was built, only that it was renovated for a Lady Louisa in 1760. It did have some wonderful Rococco style stucco work on ...

    The Ugly Harbor Of Ireland's Viking City

    A travel blog entry by jauntyjaunts on Sep 14, 2012

    6 photos

    ... most of the prominent historical sites are less conspicuous than other cities and it often seemed like whereas other towns integrated their historical buildings, Waterford kind of swallowed and buried them. The walking tour is worth the trip to this southeast city. My guide, Ann, was very knowledgeable and funny. The city has a really interesting history centered ...