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Is Mount Congreve Ireland’s Prettiest Garden?

  Mount Congreve House and Gardens   On day 3 of our visit to County Waterford, we had an outdoorsy day! We started off with a cycle through Waterford’s Greenway and then visited the Mount Congreve Estate, which is famous for its extensive gardens and recently renovated estate house. If you like gardens, you have […]

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All the Best Food We Ate in Ireland!January 5, 2018 - 6:22 pm

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Don't Skip Wexford Ireland - Here's WhyJanuary 28, 2018 - 6:51 pm

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Seafood by the Sea: The Strand Inn in Dunmore East

Seafood by the sea

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Luci's MorselsNovember 22, 2017 - 7:15 pm

Great photos, the food looks delicious and the location is beautiful! Love the view of the seaside cliffs, such an idyllic scene!

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All the Best Food We Ate in Ireland!February 1, 2018 - 12:03 am

[…] won’t find fresher seafood anywhere else. Stop in to the Strand Inn for classics with a twist, like mussels in black bean & ginger sauce. Attached to the restaurant is a family run bed & […]

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Review: Rosleague Manor Hotel in Connemara, Ireland

  Rosleague Manor Hotel Connemara, Ireland in County Galway   One of the most memorable hotels we stayed at in Ireland was Rosleague Manor, a traditional Irish country house in wild Connemara. The charming family-run property, with its 19th century furnishings and cozy fireplaces, offers a beacon of warmth in mystic, desolate, romantic Connemara. Book […]

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[…] I highly recommend the hotel we stayed at. Rosleague Manor is a charming and cozy Irish mansion converted by the family into hotel. Each room is unique – ours was huge with a king size bed, sitting area, soaking tub and long hallway. With charming French waiters at dinnertime, the friendliest dogs and a prime location, it’s worth a stay! I wrote a more in-depth review of the hotel in this post. […]

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Is Kilkenny Castle the Most Beautiful Castle in Ireland?

Kilkenny Castle is one of the few restored and furnished castles in Ireland, making it well worth a visit! Here are some photos and history from our trip to Kilkenny, Ireland.

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BanzaiflyMay 11, 2019 - 3:47 pm

Just want to quickly say thank you for all the fantastic content on your amazing website/blog. After months of struggling to wrap my head around planning for an upcoming trip to Ireland that I am taking with my son, I stumbled upon your work yesterday and it has practically felt as if the skies have opened. Your design is so beautiful; your writing is so clear and succinct and easy to engage with; your ideas and links and tips are so helpful that you’ve made a tremendous impact on me and inspired me to rise to difficult challenges, myself! Keep up the excellent work, and thank you again.

SherMay 11, 2019 - 10:23 pm

Ah, thank you so much for the kind words and letting me know :) I always try to be helpful and hope you enjoy Ireland as much as I did!