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

    Ring of Kerry - Day 1

    A travel blog entry by t.bird on Oct 10, 2014

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    ... stop to let another go by. Needless to say drivers have to be patient and co-operative getting down this little road. Thank god its not peak season or it would have taken half an hour to get down a 4km stretch of road. The fort itself was a circular wall with a very squeezy entrance. Inside the fort all the buildings have gone and a perfectly manicured green lawn sits in their place. Its in a valley which I thought was an odd space to build a fort. There was a great view ...

    Week 7

    A travel blog entry by lizab2004 on Aug 24, 2014

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    ... would get passed up at the end by somebody saving his steam for later. But in a very exciting finish Hurricane Ridge pulled it off and won!!! With 10 to 1 odds Laura won 100 euro! The money will come in handy on her trip to Dublin, I'm sure.

    Russ and Lynn came over to the cottage for drinks and appetizers and it was still sunny enough for us to sit outside. We all went to Kate's for dinner; it was quite busy so we had to wait awhile for a table, and then the ...

    That will be Ireland, so.

    A travel blog entry by foodblubber on Jul 05, 2014

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    ... mean a fortified farmstead). Beautiful structure, seemed to be owned by a cat. He came running down the path to great us, meowed the price of entry, which was a pat from each of us (pretty cheap), then he followed us to the fort. Purred at us while we explored.

    Time to get back to pick up our laundry and have a nap (or write my blog...). Followed by dinner and music and Irish set dancing at... wait for it... the pub!

    Next stop, Allihies.
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    Food and Drink chapter 3

    A travel blog entry by pmzchenry on Aug 06, 2013

    ... enjoyed. They had live music that was setting up while we ate so we decided to stay and listen for a bit. So of course we needed to have some adult refreshments.

    • Z had a Kopparberg's mixed fruit cider and then a Harps
    • P had a Smithwick's
    • C had a Baby Guinness (Kahlua and Bailey's, it was really a shot)
    • M had a Toasted Almond (Amaretto, Kahlua and Cream with ice)
    • C had a Sex on the Beach (which she ...

    Capetonian... Sailing from Kinsale to Shannon Est

    A travel blog entry by cluainfia on Sep 21, 2012

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    ... island Inishvickillane next and then Inishnabro.
    We visited the Great Blasket Island also last year,it was a beautiful day and the view from it overlooking the other islands was remarkable.
    Of course if the weather was not good it would be a bleak place to be.
    On the round Ireland trip on Bounty we sailed through the Blasket Sound on the way to the Aran islands.
    Sybil Head was very clear as well as the Three Sisters with Mount Brandon in the ...