Coffey's River's Edge

The Bridge, Killorglin, County Kerry, Ireland | B&B
Prices starting from $86.00
 

Travel Blogs from Killorglin

Kilarney

A travel blog entry by jamesandbre

7

... a few pints oh and celebrated that thing called valentines day :) Saturday (15th) today we had an adventure to kilarney national park. We walked about 18km all up, had to dodge some huge fallen trees and avoided flooded path ways but the parts we saw were wonderful. We saw an old Abby ruins which had a odd feeling about it as we walked around, then some grand house and gardens and the Torc waterfalls which were beautiful. So lucky today, beautiful ...

Ross Castle

A travel blog entry by oneal

... t get left behind like a child living in la-la land! He is busy taking in the sites too, but somehow, he is just faster than me.
After passing a beautiful church, too big to take any decent photos of, we crossed the street and walked into Killarney National Park. It was stunning. I wondered why it was not filled with locals, but then I remembered that we often tend to ignore the treasures that exist in our own back yards. Why do we do that? How is it that we ...

Chasing Leprechauns

A travel blog entry by davefremland

27

... who informed me again of the new commemorative stamp being released tomorrow!! In addition, she suggested that the “First Day Cover” might be available too!!

Now full of food and tired from taking in so much information and beauty, the rest of the passengers and myself relaxed and enjoyed the remaining bus journey through the lush Rhododendron and oak filled forests, searching for Leprechauns who seem to disappear just as you think ...

Day Noai - Dingle Town

A travel blog entry by lolopdx

1
5

... on Dingle another day is I am probably going to have to cut a place from my list. Right now I am thinking Donegal Town. But it all depends on the weather when I get to Galway and how long I stay there.

I spent the morning reading Sherlock Holmes and watching the ever changing weather out the window. Around 12:30 the skies cleared a little and I decided to venture into town to grab lunch and pick up something for do dinner; since the evening was supposed to be ...

Cliffs and Caves

A travel blog entry by ari.paul

5

... went to the visitor centre where they have a display about the cliffs. It talked about the movement of the tectonic plates and showed where they once were through to where they are predicted to be in 50 million years. Canberra is one place that looks still to be there, but Ireland would be under water and it looks like Western Australia would have collided with Singapore. There was also a virtual tour of the cliffs of Moher, which followed ...

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This B&B, located on The Bridge, Killorglin, is near Eask Tower, Ballykissane Pier, Kerry Glass Studio and Visitor Centre, and Wilma's Cheese Factory.
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