Coolefield House

Address: Drishanbeg, Millstreet, County Cork, Province of Munster, Ireland | B&B
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This B&B is located on Drishanbeg, Millstreet.
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          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


          • Suites


          • Continental Breakfast
          • Kids activities or Babysitting

          TripAdvisor Reviews Coolefield House Millstreet

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          Travel Blogs from Millstreet

          Juggling Moments!

          A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Jul 27, 2014

          2 comments, 96 photos

          ... you join other like-minded people. A sense of togetherness that doesn't happen anywhere else.  A sense of friendship with strangers.  A sense of home.  This week EJC 2014 was on in Ireland, and a group of mad crazy individuals came home.  And the best moments are created at home, so here goes... - The train ride there was like the train ride last year...a hustle and bustle of mad people with hoops, clubs, balls, unicycles and smiles...with a few non-jugglers looking on ...

          Doing nothing :)

          A travel blog entry by centaur169 on Jul 04, 2014

          21 photos

          ... by Donagh McCarthy, 1st Viscount Muskerry. McCarthy held the county during the subsequent Irish Confederate Wars and his forces were some of the last to surrender to the Cromwellian conquest of Ireland in 1652. The last stronghold to fall was Ross Castle, near Killarney.In the 20th ...

          Westward Ho

          A travel blog entry by cowling on Sep 22, 2013

          1 comment, 6 photos

          ... tearooms, shops - there's always at least a couple of Poles. They've made a big impact on Irish society - I even noticed the flyers from the supermarket advertising Polish products.

          Between Bantry and Kenmare the scenery starts to change as we drove through Caha Pass. With the limestone cliffs it looks like the Port Hills Rd or parts of North Canterbury. There were several wonderful limestone tunnels and a slow ...

          Day 4: Rain, Wind, Fog and Lotsa Fun

          A travel blog entry by lari on Jun 10, 2013

          ... about the reasons she had for trying a new job (mainly because of her office job that pushed her dangerously close to a burn-out). I really hope stuff will work out for her... sadly we didn't exchange any contact info.

          Gosh, I think there is so much more I wanted say... I even got some notes on my phone but I'm way too tired to get on it right now. Hopefully tomorrow I'll update all things I missed for today :)



          A travel blog entry by maurs60 on May 09, 2013

          ... each night her and the owner went to the pub for a Guinness ,she would even make the evening news late in her life when her health was in doubt, and when she died it was in all the news and they thought she might get a state funeral , only the Irish !! I love this ...