Bay View B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Bay View B&B Kilkee
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... it was a treat for us all. The topper was the rainbow which appeared as we were walking back up the hill from the beach. The pot of gold was the view itself!!! The girls took the 1 p.m. train and arrived safely at their hotel. As for Nanny and Papa, we are spending Wednesday morning updating our blog and we are now caught up! ...
... t helped by the numerous 'jaunting cars' on the roads (two-wheeled carriages pulled by a single horse which were apparently a popular mode of transportation in 19th-century Dublin and remain in use for tourists in Killarney). We eventually made our way to the airport and were met by a person from the rental company who completed our return before we were on our way, this time in a taxi to our B&B not far from the centre of Tralee where our walk along the Dingle Way commences ...
... a really laid back place which made for a beautiful, relaxing day . . . few people and virtually no cars! The natives speak little English as their first language is Irish. We listened as a mother talked to her preschooler in Irish and he answered in English. Awesome! There are no English business or street signs, but the signage at the sites are in both English and Irish. These ...
... storm hit the whole west coast. The results can still be seen as money is scarce here and repair costs beyond the funds currently available. We received a great welcome from them all at 4.15 pm and we set about relaxing after 28 days of go go go. Wednesday 20th August. A lazy get up and the girls (Orla, Fiona & Jean) went walking on the cliff walk and we all met at Diamond Rocks ...
... peak out from the iridescent sea. Chris and Kaeleb explore, closer to the edge, looking down at the intricate rock features below.
We stop for our picnic lunch at Bridges of Ross. A lovely sight overlooking the rocky coastline. We can smell the salty sea air and hear the wind blowing through the rocky crevice, it sounds like an eerie ghostly wail. The cliffs here are not quite as steep or sheer and Elizabeth feels more at ease with the boys exploring. There is a ...