Ard na Greine

Address: Newtown, Bantry, County Cork, Ireland | B&B
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    Farmer Courtney Reporting for Duty

    A travel blog entry by courtneycabana on Jan 25, 2015

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    After a long, windy, bumpy bus ride through the Irish country side we finally arrived into Bantry, located on the west end of county Cork. We hopped off the bus to meet our host for the weekend, Amy, who is an american who meet her husband while studying at UCC! Their home was quite small but what i had pictured a typical irish farm house to look like. The house was VERY cold though because in Ireland they only heat one of the rooms in the house hoping it ...

    The Beara Peninsula to Dublin

    A travel blog entry by kelleyr on Sep 03, 2014

    1 comment, 118 photos

    Summer came for at least a day on Tuesday (although apparently June and July were good), with blue skies, no wind and temperatures reaching the low 20s. We left Lauragh early and stopped for diesel and breakfast at Alihies on the Beara Peninsular. Then up over another narrow windy pass to the turnoff to the Head at Ballaghboy where the cable car leaves for Dursey Island. Barry decided to have some quiet time (I think he was too scared) while the rest of us ...

    Ring of Kerry Paddywagon

    A travel blog entry by akreyling on Mar 06, 2014

    Thursday we did another Paddywagon tour of the Ring of Kerry for Erich and Emily to see. Unfortunately, the weather was not cooperating so there was not that much to see. I felt bad because the sights is pretty much what makes up the Ring of Kerry. Even though there was a lot of fog and rain, they still saw the Torc Waterfall and Ladies' View which looked over the lakes of Killarney and ...

    The Country Side-West Cork

    A travel blog entry by hralbee on Jan 19, 2014

    1 comment, 41 photos

    ... of potatoes, brussel sprouts, carrots, and some broccoli. Rob asked us a lot of questions about our families and our lives back home. Irish people are genuinely interested in America and our culture. He loved the fact that I had a "sausage" dog named Wrigley. He would always bring him up in conversation! After we settled into our bedrooms we headed out to see some views and feed some horses near by. I attempted to feed the horse a carrot but it slipped out of my hand and by the ...

    Ring Of Kerry

    A travel blog entry by kyajade on Jun 10, 2013

    21 photos

    ... bog down in the valley-o!" The wild rover was a fun one too, very sing-along-ish, complete with hand claps (X's) and everything! "And it's no, nay, never XXXX No, nay, never, no more! XX Will I play the wild rover, X No, never, no more!" When we got back into Killarney (and after we had ran to the music shop, which didn't have a left handed mandolin) we went to get some dinner, with Chris and Haley. We had some food and drink and deep conversations about ...