Ballylickey House

Address: Ballylickey, County Cork, Ireland | 3 star b&b
 
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      Boys & Their Soldiers

      A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Jul 22, 2014

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      ... within inches of the car.

      The landscape in Country Kerry is so different from that of County Cork. The mountains are bumpy, almost like grass covered warts mixed with craggy rock outcroppings and sheer cliffs. Very different from the flatter meadows and rolling green hills in Cork. Cows, are of course still abundant as are sheep. We see the Kerry cow, a rare and indigenous cow to Kerry known for it's creamier milk; Murphy's Ice Cream ...

      A somewhat relaxing day?

      A travel blog entry by watties42 on Jul 19, 2014

      Another day in Killarney, and we decided we would not drive all day today. We drove a few kilometres up the road to a waterfall and then off we took on foot. Waterfall very impressive, as there had been a big thunderstorm the night before. We walked up a million steps and soon all the people dropped off and we were by ourselves on beautiful mountain track, we made our way into the huge national park and finally to ...

      A Carriage Ride in the Past

      A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Jul 08, 2014

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      We make it to the town of Killarney, the gateway to the park. It's a lovely town, quite large too. We imagine the town grew alongside the popularity of the park. Killarney is also the beginning of the tour-bus route through the Ring of Kerry, so it's not surprising. We walk through the city center. The shops are brightly colored with window displays trying to entice visitors for a closer look. We find an ice cream shop, but it's closed; we'll have to stop here on our way home. ...

      Stunning Dingle

      A travel blog entry by smithoshea2 on Apr 07, 2014

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      Left the castle accommodation a bit worse for wear. Geoff has nasty head cold and I have a crook shoulder. However we have visited the chemist now fully drug prepared we had a great sight seeing the Dingle peninsular. Great seafood lunch and arrived at the Lake Hotel in Killarney to find only wonderful deluxe rooms available (got a great price) and have had food drinks and a jacuzzi bath... All ...

      Irish hospitality at its best

      A travel blog entry by tizwoz on Aug 24, 2011

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      ... art centre and in the local centre called Tech Amergin. We did buy some ceramics which were very reasonably priced from "Edge of the Earth Ceramics", which does have a shop in Ballinskelligs. Dropping the car off was no hassle and the lounge at Cork airport is very comfortable with friendly service yet again. We hadn't expected to have as good a time as we had. A great hotel and food and lovely people made it a place worth visiting.
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