Cnoc a' Duin B&B

26 Slip Lawn, Bantry, County Cork, Ireland | B&B
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This B&B, located on 26 Slip Lawn, Bantry, is near Bantry House & Garden, Sheepshead Peninsula, Riasc, and Bantry Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Bantry

    Backroads of Country Cork

    A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Jul 07, 2014

    14 photos

    ... at the entrance and ending at the flat table top altar. Like the other stone circles this one is situated along the sun's axis on the solstice. The altar is laden with small offerings, various foreign coins, flowers, a bent spoon, even a golf tee. David gives the boys each a penny to lay on the altar and Elizabeth lays a few daisies.

    At the same sight are two other stone ruins; one which was used for cooking and another as a hut. ...

    The Country Side-West Cork

    A travel blog entry by hralbee on Jan 19, 2014

    1 comment, 41 photos

    ... The bus ride was about an hour and a half and the sights were absolutely stunning.I tried taking some pictures, but with the bus moving so fast they didn't come out very well.

    When we arrived in Bantry at last, Amy(our host) was there to greet us right away! She is a fellow American from Iowa. She now lives in Ireland with her Irish husband, Rob, who she met while she was studying abroad at UCC in 2010. They are now married and expecting a baby in about 6 months!! ...

    Day Eight – Dingle Berries!

    A travel blog entry by meckley on Oct 18, 2012

    20 photos

    ... so we stopped at another beach. It was a nice long stretch of sand. We found a seal that had been trying to get away from the tourists trying to take its picture. It had wedged itself in the rocks. All of the students wanted to know if it was going to live. I told them it would probably die in a few hours. There was a loud refain of "Ohhhhh Nooooooo!" until I told them it would swim away when the tide came in.

    We stopped ...

    Red Sky at night

    A travel blog entry by psrive on Jul 26, 2012

    ... strong Irish coffee! Paul has done an amazing job , strimming tracks in a nearby young forest and also down by the rive. Today he concentrated his time around the house and Christine was very pleased with the result. A short comment tonight as battery on commuter runing ...

    Christmas in Killarney

    A travel blog entry by sarahimray on Dec 05, 2011

    ... the Queen of Puck Fair, traditionally the oldest virgin in the village (a girl from 6th class from the local primary school) crowns the goat "King Puck". The goat is then put into a small cage on a high stand in the middle of the town. I'm not sure whether that is child abuse or animal abuse. Either way the goat statue and story is a strange introduction to maybe one of the most enchanting landscapes in all of Ireland.  We have spent the last ...