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The historic quarter of Youghal is well worth a look around. There is a faded glory about it all . From the clock tower to the Catholic church to Raleigh house to the alms house and walshes tower is a short circuit and should be...More
After arriving in Galway with my Friend Margaret, and did some shopping,we then drove out to Salthill& Had an amazing Lunch in The Beautiful Galway Bay Hotel, Their was a lovely Young Man working in Bar , came down to us with the menu& had...More
The Heritage Trail is a great way to see a quick slice of the history of Youghal. Among other sights, you see the city gates, the old jail, and the walkway to the cells. There is a garden (complete with cannon), and of course the...More
Best way to see the historical sites, of this wonderful town. With map in hand (which we got from the info centre) and the downloaded App. We proceeded on the heritage trail which we found, to be incredibly interesting, (allow plenty of time to take...More
I hope you sang that title because I just cackled like a maniac at my own joke.
Anyway. The heritage trail is a great way to get to know the town, old and new. Fine weather would probably be preferable but we were there on...More
An excellent tour of this lovely town. Kieran our guide was really well informed, bringing us around all the main features of Youghal and interspersing the tour with interesting facts and stories about the town, its people and buildings. A must if you are visiting,...More
Yes in theory John however alot of it is based around the streets of Youghal, as you would expect, which can be narrow in places with alot of moving up and down onto the pavement, and busy. Also a little hill up to the... More
Yes in theory John however alot of it is based around the streets of Youghal, as you would expect, which can be narrow in places with alot of moving up and down onto the pavement, and busy. Also a little hill up to the beautiful church. We opted for a carrier for our baby rather than the pram for this reason. That said, if you guys are happy for it not to be a completely smooth ride it's definitely worth it.