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Located in Knock, a 5-minute drive from Knock Shrine. Rockfield Manor B&B is just off the main N17 motorway, a 10-minute drive from Knock International Airport. What a delightful stay we had . Definitely would make this our stop again if we Travel past. Ann’s home is very welcoming and absolutely sparkling clean with comfy beds. Plenty of parking too
Located in Knock, within a 6-minute walk of Knock Shrine and 0.6 miles of Knock Folk Museum, Drumhouse Lodge has accommodations with a garden and free WiFi as well as free private parking for guests... The Drumhouse Lodge was impeccably clean. The breakfast room was beautifully decorated and it had a great lounge area. Our room was large and very clean. The staff were warm, friendly and welcoming. I highly recommend staying here if you are in Knock. The continental breakfast was amazing. I will definitely stay here again when visiting Knock.
Jordan's Drum Haven B&B is located in Knock, 0.4 mi from the Basilica at Knock Shrine. Free private parking is available on site. Claremorris train station is 8.1 mi from Drum Haven B&B. The location and the friendly hosts, and that is was absolutely spotlessly clean
Featuring garden views, Gort Mhuire Knock provides accommodations with a terrace, around a 14-minute walk from Knock Folk Museum. Hospitality was brilliant, there was food,so didn't have to go looking for it at the time we arrived, Geraldine was very kind to let us check in early, very cozy, clean and spacious place,it made us feel like home.we enjoyed our stay, would definitely recommend my friends and looking forward to be back at the same place.Thank you very much Geraldine.God bless.
Golden Acres, Knock in Knock offers accommodations with free WiFi, 1.2 mi from Knock Folk Museum, 7.5 mi from Augustinian Friary and 8.1 mi from St Patrick's Church. Very quiet secluded and private. Lovely views of hills and farmlands with sightings of hares. Waste is separated into recycling. Satellite UK channels and DVD player for entertainment. Log burner for extra cosines. Well equipped kitchen ideal for self catering. Nicely decorated and appointed bedrooms. Host left fresh milk, orange juice, bread, butter and biscuits to greet us.
Located 1640 feet from Knock Folk Museum, 6.8 mi from St Patrick's Church and 6.8 mi from Augustinian Friary, The Annex at Drumhouse features accommodations located in Knock. I felt so comfortable as everything was scrubbed clean and sanitised before we stayed there during covid. The house was so beautiful and host was so helpful with everything
Golden Acres, Knock in Knock offers accommodations with free WiFi, 1.2 mi from Knock Folk Museum, 7.5 mi from Augustinian Friary and 8.1 mi from St Patrick's Church. Very quiet secluded and private. Lovely views of hills and farmlands with sightings of hares.
Located just a 6-minute walk from Knock Shrine, The International provides accommodations in Knock with a shared lounge, a garden, as well as a shared kitchen.
On average, 3-star hotels in Knock cost $0 per night, and 4-star hotels in Knock are $0 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Knock can be found for $82 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
I go to Knock a couple of times a year and we decided that we would stay over on the Winter Solstice. My two daughters and I had lots of petitions and also to pay our respect for favours that were received during the year. I would like a complete full list of services that are available. I also love to eat in the 'Le Cheile' restaurant.
The Parish Church and the Chapels of Reconciliation and the Apparition are open as are the Shrine Office and Book Shop but everything else is closed until the Pilgrimage Season which starts on the last Sunday of April and finishes on the second Sunday of October. We stayed at the Knock House Hotel which was excellent. We had a hire car so travelling around was easy especially as I'm a frequent visitor and know my way round. If you have the independence of a car, even the weather doesn't affect you!
Knock Shrine was open and thanks to their team of great volunteers, we were quickly admitted to the confessional chapel and basilica. Adoration and Apparition chapels still closed due to Covid 19. Got an excellent lunch in the restaurant in the grounds of shrine.
We went to Knock on a pilgrimage it is the National Marion Shrine of Ireland And it was beautiful we enjoyed every moment of it we didn’t pray all the time as there were lots to see and do from the museum to all the wee shops and sightseeing as well
Knock is a lovely village which is warm and friendly. The Shrine is lovely, especially the Apparition Chapel. You must remember that this is only a small place so you don't have a lot of shops there except the ones that sell religious goods. Be aware, though, that quite a few of the religious shops close down for the Winter season so as to avoid disappointment. There are a couple of nice places to eat but there is only one main shop for food and that is Costcutters and this is at the far end of the village away form the Shrine. It also has a Post Office inside the Costcutter store. If you are using public transport please be aware that there are only about 3 buses per day but there is a taxi service available on request. The nearest train station is at Clare Morris and you will either need the bus or the taxi. Try not to go there at the hight of the season as there are thousands of people there and it would be too much trouble for the visitor during this time. Try going in November or February/March when it will be a lot less crowded.
What I really liked was the great breakfast and the variety of food. My first morning when I went down for breakfast I was greeted so politely by a nice young man who served me coffee and made me toast. I loved the family atmosphere