The Official Irish Times Best Places to Holiday in Ireland Thread


#1362

You’d want your head examined not to eat in the Tannery while in Dungarvan


#1363

It was closed would you believe the day i was there. Ambled down for a bit of lunch and it said on door ‘Sorry, closed for the day’.


#1364

That’s gonna hurt, last time we were there was during the food festival, thought it might be full and we had the Moorings as back up but there was plenty of room


#1365

Had a few pints there Saturday. Haven’t eaten there in over a year though so can’t vouch for the food currently. As such I’ll alter my recommendation to @Bandage to “The Moorings is a grand spot for a beer”.


#1366

The food, the rooms and the views. And for me the fact that I was there for free. It was the nearest the pin prize at the Waterford GAA supporters club golf outing, which I won that year.


#1367

So you nearly got your hole ?


#1368

How far is it from Dungarvan to the Workhouse, pal? How long would it take to get there and back while going at a leisurely pace?


#1369

You’d be there in an hour and back in an hour. Back might be quicker because it would be more downhill.


#1370

Can’t believe New Ross hasn’t been mentioned.Short trip into Waterford and you’re there, sending @Bandage to shit holes like tramore and dungarvan when New Ross is over the road.


#1371

#1372

Hon Ballyfin


#1373


Lookin’ well @KinvarasPassion


#1374

And the bay is close to being back full health. :clap:


#1375

#1376

Wouldn’t that just gladden your heart


#1377

Smashing day


#1378

That’s a lovely photo, nice spot alright, I had a lovely swim there in the summer, hoping to head back sometime this year so the oldest kids can have a day at that aqua adventure centre around the corner


#1379

Where is that? Dunmore East?


#1380

This is what it looks like now 4 hours later from the other side of the beach.


#1381

Yes