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

    Kilkenny to Dingle and continuing bad hair.

    A travel blog entry by curt17daw on Sep 19, 2014

    24 photos

    ... rain began. However with all the mist my hair keeps getting bigger and frizzier... We drove throughout the town of Adare where there were old thatched cottages still. Then onto Dingle. We arrived in the evening and had crepes for dinner and then did a small pub crawl, by small I mean one since the music was fantastic and we had a seat! There I met my new friend Kevin. Drove a tour bus for forty five years and never wants to travel again in his ...

    Week 2

    A travel blog entry by lizab2004 on Jul 25, 2014

    9 photos

    ... vase they used to keep fresh flowers in.

    Later in the afternoon we all took a bus trip out to the Cliffs of Moher. The trip included all of the ATP office people and so was a lot of fun; they started things right off with champagne on the bus! It was a lovely afternoon out at the cliffs but we didn't walk very far because we had to get to Lahinch for dinner at Waves restaurant. The restaurant is upstairs looking over the surfers and the beach at Lahinch with the sun setting ...

    Better weather than expected in Ireland

    A travel blog entry by goodner on Jun 07, 2014

    3 comments, 37 photos

    ... travel to the Blarney Stone. We already talk a lot, and can influence others easily (for right or wrong), so perhaps missing the opportunity to enhance that skill wasn't all bad.

    Bunratty Castle and the folk town that surrounded it were a treat. The place felt more preserved than restored, which provided a far more authentic and antiquated feel. As we entered, we got to explore several cottages that were typical of various types of ...

    Horse-back riding on the beach

    A travel blog entry by storiastone on May 07, 2014

    ... Celtic stone necklace Kevin stole for me. Lol we are such petty thieves. From Kenmare we drove straight to this guy's house, which was a bit north of castlegregory in the dingle peninsula. He calls his business o'connors trekking and it was a very beautiful ride by the ocean. It was just Kevin, myself and the old guy. One part of the trail was through grassland and it was full of rubbish, supposedly because some storm brought in ...

    Second half of the Dingle Way

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

    16 comments, 29 photos

    ... calling him back to help me step down from the rocks because I didn't want to have a mud facial just yet. I was proud that we conquered Mount Brandon and when we descended we decided to follow the shortcut on the walking notes, well after going left instead of straight ahead we asked a couple walking along the road if we were close to O'Connor's B&B, nope, not at all, it was in the other direction. Did I mention? My. Feet. Hurt. Right away, they offered us a ...