An Riasc Bed and Breakfast

Address: Feothanach, Ballydavid, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Province of Munster, Ireland | B&B
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This B&B, located on Feothanach, Ballydavid, is near Tig Aine, Musaem Chorca Dhuibhne, Scanlon's Pet Farm, and Ballyheabought.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsAn Riasc Bed and Breakfast Ballydavid

      Reviewed by mattnbo

      Very nice place

      Reviewed Feb 8, 2011
      by (6 reviews) , Canada Flag of Canada

      Although it's in the middle of nowhere, this B&B was a great place to stay for a couple of nights. The owner, Denise, is a great cook and very friendly. Our room was large and very nice. Driving out to it at night was a little tricky, but the views on a clear day are fantastic!

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      TripAdvisor Reviews An Riasc Bed and Breakfast Ballydavid

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

      Travel Blogs from Ballydavid

      Last day in Dingle

      A travel blog entry by carollhartline on Oct 09, 2014

      4 comments, 17 photos

      ... bite of lunch we did a bit more shopping. As usual, I am now blogging while everyone else naps! Something is wrong with this arrangement.

      I think we're going to a concert tonight. Then the guy that plays the pipes is at one of the pubs close to us tonight also. I probably won't go; it doesn't start until 9:30.

      I hope everyone is enjoying this blog. Feel free to keep the comments ...

      Week 8

      A travel blog entry by lizab2004 on Sep 03, 2014

      10 photos

      ... He tried hard to get us excited about a few sea lions, but Dennis told him that they are a very common sight in California and to move on. We did stop at Dun Aengus, a circular stone fort from the Bronze Age, but it wasn't nearly as impressive as Staigue Fort on the Ring of Kerry. It is quite terrifying to stand at the edge of the cliff at the fort and look down at the waves crashing 300 feet below. We also had a bite to eat the cafe there. Well, at least we can check that one off ...

      Week 2

      A travel blog entry by lizab2004 on Jul 25, 2014

      9 photos

      ... in Ireland but felt just fine to me! So I walked over to Pat and Orla's house and made my famous salmon marinade and prepped for a pear, walnut, and bleu cheese salad also. Dennis picked me up there a couple of hours later. We returned to chez O'Mahoney with the gang for dinner. In typical fashion it was a tsunami of food, all of it really fabulous. Dennis did the BBQing. While we were having cocktails before dinner I got the terrible news that Sandra had a complete cardiac arrest ...

      Day 7 Dingle

      A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy on May 22, 2014

      10 photos

      ... English is their second language, and all signage is in Gaelic. We also saw a clochan, which are ancient stone huts erected without mortar but totally waterproof and able to stand up to the fierce winter conditions. Time to return to Dingle town for lunch. The weather had turned again and although the rain was light , the wind was bitter. We were all going to the Boatyard Bar and Restaurant for a traditional Fish n Chip lunch. It was a treat for me as I hadn't ...

      Walking Tour update

      A travel blog entry by alice-patrick on Aug 22, 2013

      17 comments, 24 photos

      ... every driver that passed me, it was a steady climb along the lower slopes of the Slieve Mish mountains. We crossed the Curraheen River the Derryquay River and the Derrymore River, that was a piece of cake. The harder part came along after the Curaheen River when we came upon a "rocky patch" as described in our walking notes, it was about 1.5 miles of rocks that looked like they had been dumped willy nilly along the pathway by a petulant toddler. ...