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2 edition of Ireland"s Story. found in the catalog.

Ireland"s Story.

Desiree Edwards- Rees

Ireland"s Story.

by Desiree Edwards- Rees

  • 368 Want to read
  • 38 Currently reading

Published by Longman Young Bks .
Written in English


The Physical Object
PaginationR8.224. Ill.M.
Number of Pages224
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22415123M
ISBN 100582150574

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  Cashel House; A Manor House on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. Next up we stayed at Cashel House. Cashel House, a manor built in the ’s is a great place to stay if you are exploring the Wild Atlantic Way. Cashel House sits on 50 acres of beautiful gardens and wooded areas along the breathtaking coastline of Cashel :// Northern Ireland’s Causeways, Coasts, & Glens. A haven for hikers, golfers, and explorers, Northern Ireland has long been renowned for its natural beauty and variety of things to do and see. Picture stunning beaches, dramatic coastlines, and towering glens that give way to soft ://


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Ireland is packed with great things to do and places to go. But where do you begin. Cut through the noise with Time Out’s recommendations of the best attractions, restaurants, bars, nightlife All of Ireland’s best castle hotels have long and distinguished histories, but Kilkea Castle takes the cake when it comes to being one of the oldest inhabited castles in the country.

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