Beenoskee

Address: 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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    Travel Blogs from Castlegregory

    Killarney Horsepower and Dingling Peninsula

    A travel blog entry by lscully on May 25, 2015

    14 photos

    ... Inch Beach, which is the westernmost spot on the island. If one swam out in the Atlantic Ocean from there, the next stop would be Ellis Island. Next we saw the remains of some famine villages. Only some of the foundations were left of homes abandoned during the years of the Great Hunger, when the tenants were turned out of their homes for failing to pay their rents or the families just left due to immigration and/or death. One more quick stop to see the Beehive ...

    Week 8

    A travel blog entry by lizab2004 on Sep 03, 2014

    10 photos

    ... beautiful but it did the job! We had BBQ steak and chicken, chili lime corn, and salad. For dessert we had banoffee pie from Kate's. We gave Pat the bottle of 1952 port we had bought and he was in heaven.

    Dennis had to go to Paris for business on Sunday so Laura, Chase, and I were on our own. Chase needed a full Irish breakfast so we went to the Coffee Pot, and Maria wanted to know where Dennis was, of course. We had booked a hawk walk with Geoffrey at 2pm, and I asked ...

    Better weather than expected in Ireland

    A travel blog entry by goodner on Jun 07, 2014

    3 comments, 37 photos

    ... s throne was sadly FAR smaller and less regal than the king's. A favorite (or not) of Sam Jackson's was the dungeon - reached through a narrow, winding staircase downward. We could see in it from above, and they had a "criminal" in chains stuck down there. A 1500's version of "Scared Straight." As we were leaving, we went through the playground - a large wooden replica of a castle, inside which was a maze you could walk through. Some teenagers ...

    Horse-back riding on the beach

    A travel blog entry by storiastone on May 07, 2014

    Day 8 Drove a whole freaking lot today. We drove all the way from Helen's house to Kenmare where we stopped to eat breakfast at a deli named jam and walked around the shops. I keep looking for an Aran wool knit sweater or poncho that's like, less than 30 euros but to no avail. Something tells me I won't find one, I might as well give up. I bought some souvenirs though, a fridge magnet, tapestry, and two bracelets I stole. Ah yes, ...

    Second half of the Dingle Way

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

    16 comments, 29 photos

    ... notes say this, "the slope down the eastern side to the deserted settlement of Arraglen is fairly steep. The path is uneven, muddy in places and care is needed." Whaaat? It should have said, the path is really scary and steep and super duper muddy and sometimes when you step into the bog it feels like some invisible creature has grabbed your shoe and doesn't want to give it up, that's what it should say. As you know Patrick is usually some steps ahead of me, but ...