Coolefield House

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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    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 ...

    Waterfall

    A travel blog entry by saraann on May 18, 2014

    10 photos

    ... town, and there was no way we'd be ready to go by 14:00 or 15:00. (We're all really great planners.) Instead, we did laundry assembly-line style and then decided to go check out Ross Castle and Torc Waterfall. A pamphlet boasted it was 4 miles away, so after briefly considering bikes, we decided on a walk that the campsite lady termed a "stroll". The walk to Torc Waterfall: Ireland has to be the most beautiful place I've ever been. It was so much fun to ...

    There's nothing quite like fog and mist...

    A travel blog entry by lily1421 on Jun 30, 2013

    3 comments

    ... marking the opposite side of the Atlantic Ocean from home. It was definitely an experience I will never forget.

    I guess I'm at a sentimental point in this journey of mine because I can now definitely say that everything really does truly happen for a reason. I realize I griped about having to come back again for this third summer away. I now understand that I was meant to come this last summer. Ireland has truly been an ...

    Dingle

    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 ...

    Ross Castle

    A travel blog entry by oneal on Mar 19, 2013

    ... then into and through mossy, ivy covered woods sheltering small brooks that eventually took us to an opening in the woods by a giant castle at the edge of a lake. This being our first close encounter with a "real" castle, we were understandably in awe. Ross Castle was originally built in the 1500's and has been used for many purposes and undergone many transformations since then. Once we finally figured out how to get inside, we bought some tickets and joined the ...