Coill An Rois (Forest of the Roses)

Address: Ballyganeen - Feohanagh, Dingle, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland | B&B
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This B&B, located on Ballyganeen - Feohanagh, Dingle, is near Tig Aine, Musaem Chorca Dhuibhne, Scanlon's Pet Farm, and Ballyheabought.
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      A travel blog entry by tfsnj on Oct 08, 2014

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      ... the church is St. Joseph's Convent and Diseart. The nuns of this convent founded a small school here almost 200 years ago for poor children. Today it is a center for Christian Celtic culture and a museum of sorts. It contains murals, frescoes, and stained glass windows by the Irish master Harry Clark. After viewing the artwork, we walked around its extensive gardens before continuing with our shopping. A clerk in one of the stores recommended that we have lunch in a ...


      A travel blog entry by zarah on Sep 14, 2014

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      ... and destroyed.

      On the drive we also stopped at Inch Beach. I took a few pictures, but didn't walk down close enough to the water to touch it or walk in it though. We also drove through Trelee, where they hold the annual Rose of Trelee Festival. This in an international festival where a number of girsl are selected from across Ireland and around the world to "compete" for this title. There was a bit of a scuffle ...

      Ennis-Adare-Dingle Peninsula-Killarney

      A travel blog entry by bobjenhub on Aug 25, 2014

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      ... their construction. Upright slabs sometimes form the lowest course of the wall, usually along the inner face; in some cases these are all that survive and such sites have occasionally been interpreted incorrectly as stone circles. The size of the internal space that can be spanned by the corbelled roof of these huts is limited, and extra space was instead gained by building 1 or more conjoined huts, usually with communicating passageways.


      Ring of Kerry to Dingle Peninsula.

      A travel blog entry by narabouts on May 16, 2014

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      There was one more area that we wanted to explore-the Dingle Peninsula. We back-tracked on part of the Ring of Kerry to leave Killarney, then branched off on the R563, passed the Slieve Mish Mountains (say that when you've had a glass or two) and stopped at a place called Inch. Must have been named before Southern Ireland went metric! It had an extensive breakwater which projected into Dingle Bay, producing a natural harbour behind it and ...

      Day 3

      A travel blog entry by nconnormoore on May 09, 2013

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      ... a bit. Got to the entrance to the pass and there was a man there stopping people! Apparently it was closed due to falling rocks and may be open tomorrow- hoping to get to pass through. The drive out there was stunning though, with the scenery constantly changing between valleys, mountains and ocean. We headed back up to the main road and drove into dingle. We found our hotel quite easily. We stayed at The Dingle Skellig Hotel and I have only good things to say. We parked ...