Coffey's River's Edge

Address: The Bridge, Killorglin, County Kerry, Ireland | B&B
 
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Location

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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    Travel Blogs from Killorglin

    Cliffs of Moher and Dingle music

    A travel blog entry by quirk303 on Oct 01, 2014

    4 comments, 9 photos

    ... We have found a concert in the church next to the pub where we are staying. It features a number of artists. The connoisseur is keen to get there. I hope I won't look rude if I continue to write while the music is playing, it has worked the last two nights. Featuring tonight in St James church are artists on the bhodran and vocals, accordion and vocals, guitar and vocals and . I expect I will be able to milk this experience for a castle or abbey ruin tomorrow. It is ...

    Week 2

    A travel blog entry by lizab2004 on Jul 25, 2014

    9 photos

    ... and set off. Our plan was to drive to Kenmare through Killarney on the way there and through the Black Valley on the way home to compare how long each route took. Shortly after you leave Kenmare the road out onto the peninsula gets quite narrow, and at first you are driving through a tunnel of trees. But soon you break out into gorgeous vistas of the bay and the Iveragh peninsula across the water. We found a beautiful isolated spot for our picnic. At every bend in the road there ...

    Druid stones, Ring of Kerry

    A travel blog entry by indygg on Mar 24, 2014

    12 photos

    ... quaint! Loved the shops and we walked from the main center of town, down a quiet lane to the Druid stone circle! It was a mystical space, lined by hedges, and uncertain in its meaning...religious? Astrological? Burial ground? Either way; impressive! And a very calm space(until 5 kids arrived and started climbing on the rocks!) ....maybe it's an ancient playground? :) Enjoy the ...

    Co. Clare, Limerick, Kerry

    A travel blog entry by morganmcdonnell on Jun 28, 2013

    6 comments, 62 photos

    ... resedential town of Adare. Heavy brogues here in Killarney. Before our check in at the Malton we hopped on a jaunting car and visited the Killarney National Park, a lovely wooded area, initially Muckross Estate, that was donated to the Irish state in 1932 from private ownership. We visited Ross Castle, which stands beside Lough Leane. See photograph captions for additional detail and folklore.

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    Yes, Dingle Town is Its Real Name

    A travel blog entry by rebeccabrent on Jun 28, 2012

    2 comments, 25 photos

    ... the way and Rebecca and me slouching behind them trying to resemble trees, sure that at any moment we would be assaulted by a flying golf ball or an irate official ready to run us in for trespassing. Fortunately it was an overcast weekday so there weren’t many people on the course and none right near us, and we made it to the friary undetected. The 12th-century ruins were really beautiful, and like so much else we’ve seen on this trip ...