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Travelling on the M9(Dublin to Waterford) recently we went towards Moone and found this delightful old pub where we had some tasty sandwiches at lunchtime. We had a warm welcome and interesting chat. Delightfully old fashioned and authentic. Not to be missed.
We only have a short time and trying to get a taste of the 'real' Ireland and by avoiding Motorways where possible, this brought us to a lovely country road and we pulled off for a quick coffee and toilet stop. WOW! what a beautiful...More
Myself and six friends travelled from Shropshire to Moone last weekend to attend our friends wedding.We were recommended the Moone High Cross by the bride and groome and we weren't disappointed. John,Una and their team were lovely and couldn't do enough for us.We were very...More
The Mrs. and I was on a ride to Killarney in June 2006. Our planned route was the northern part of Ireland. When getting a flat tire outside Londonderry we had to change to a quicker route. After a tiring day we had to find...More
new motorways keep us whizzing bye,but we say you should take the time to turn off and see how such progress can have an adverse effect on an old charming places like this.But what a charming place it is and well worth a stop off...More