Connor Pass Road , Castlegregory, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland | B&B
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This B&B, located on Connor Pass Road , Castlegregory, is near The Dingle Peninsula, Dooks Golf Club, Killiney Beach, and Lough Anascaul.
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    Druid stones, Ring of Kerry

    A travel blog entry by indygg on Mar 24, 2014

    12 photos

    ... it if you feel the urge!) Sooo, at late morning we headed out on the Ring of Kerry ; a road that loops around the county thru all the main spots and great views, we drove from Killarney to Kenmare, around cliffs, curves, and rocky coasts! Past many sheep on hills; (painted bright pink or blue for girls and boys) past ruins, old churches, and I said a lot of prayers! Lol. Kenmare ...

    Second half of the Dingle Way

    A travel blog entry by alice-patrick on Aug 26, 2013

    16 comments, 29 photos

    ... light. The best was yet to come, after eating a healthy lunch while perched on a stone wall we started to ascend the spur of Mount Eagle. I thought this was a tough climb, but that was before I met Mount Brendan a few days later! Back to Mount Eagle, walking along the stone wall, with sheep slowly ambling past and the sparkling Atlantic Ocean on the left was something out a dream, luckily it stopped raining and we were able to take a break and just sit and enjoy ...

    Blarney and Taters!

    A travel blog entry by dinanna on May 31, 2013

    6 comments, 23 photos

    ... and met my tour group for a quick bus tour of Dublin. The driver was Peter Murphy and our tour guide for today was a very animated Irish lady named Mary. I was fascinated by the different coloured wooden doors throughout Dublin and the reason behind it. We checked out Christ Cathedral and the famous harp bridge over the river. Many Dubliners lined the banks of the canal, basking in the sunshine and enjoying a drink or two. We were told that as you don't see it here ...

    The Blarney

    A travel blog entry by wwpjstevenson on Aug 27, 2012

    3 photos

    ... through sunny second roads to reach CO. Kerry and the Dingle peninuslar - home for the original filming of RYANS DAUGHTER.

    B&B has superb view over the Dingle Bay and some rather steep hills and wild landscape.

    We stepped 15mins into town to PAUDIS pub for Dingle Bay crab / baked salmon salad and a 6 piece Irish band of traditional music. Walked back and BED.

    Dingle is a Funny Name

    A travel blog entry by melepua on Sep 10, 2011


    ... my hands and pockets. I gingerly unfolded and folded them as they ripped more and more, trying to preserve them so I could find my way around.

    I turned off a side road through pretty farm land and found the Reasc Monastery. These monastic ruins are dated to the 6th century. They were originally covered and only discovered in the 1990s. A stone stands in the center that was from sometime BC with Celtic engravings. The Christian monks found it ...