Danabel Bed & Breakfast

Address: Featherbed Lane, Kinsale, County Cork, Ireland | B&B
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This B&B, located on Featherbed Lane, Kinsale, is near Kinsale Walking Tour, Old Head Golf Links, Desmond Castle & International Museum of Wine, and James Fort.
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    Travel Blogs from Kinsale

    Sing it again Shamus

    A travel blog entry by coonangr on Jun 30, 2015

    14 photos

    ... and Oyster Bay. It seems that we caught the hotel unprepared for us and we had to wait an hour before our room was ready. 5pm we were off for a tour with a local guide. First stop was Charles Fort, a very large fort built by the British and still being used up until the 1920s. We then had a walk around the centre of town with the guide, learning some of Kinsale's history. Our group then went for ...

    Waves pounding the shore and new furry friends.

    A travel blog entry by jklezok on Jul 18, 2014

    22 photos

    ... and make our dinner (sandwiches and cheese). I am then invited to go to the local quilting bee with Veronica. Well, can't turn that down now can I? So with knitting in tow (and Veronica's sewing machine and projects) we head off for a wonderful evening with the ladies of the local guild. This is about 7 ladies and me. I am introduced as 'Lady Jane' and am accepted immediately. These ladies are great quilters, thank goodness I only have my knitting with me. They talk about local events ...

    Dublin to Kinsale

    A travel blog entry by calo4 on Jul 15, 2014

    2 comments, 42 photos

    ... Rock of Cashel, so we headed out. SteveB had to drive some pretty narrow, winding roads on this next leg, but did a masterful job. There were many spots along the road with blind corners or even large farm equipment. Eventually, we made it to a highway and things got a bit easier (this is where SteveC took over the driving to give SteveB a break).

    Once on the highway, we made good time getting to the Rock of Cashel, which is the ruins of ...

    Driving through Ireland

    A travel blog entry by pmzchenry on Aug 03, 2013


    ... on a canvas. M and C walked around a bit and did some shopping. It was very relaxing and quite enjoyable.

    After a while we all walked a trail that ran along the harbor and inlet into Kinsale. It was very scenic and of course M took several pictures. It was very pretty and we could see old ruins, nature scenes and interesting architecture. When we headed back Z and I stopped in a pub, Oscar Madison's, and had a few pints. We thought we could watch ...

    Free the Shanagarry 5

    A travel blog entry by johnnym on Jun 27, 2013

    2 photos

    ... often a tactical error, as a good position two ranks in becomes a tougher one five ranks in when the late and deliberately (so as to be on the front line) late quick ones arrive. Here we hung back and did alright, standing right next to the one wheelie athlete. In the event he was set off first, with a Garda accompaniment on a bike; he was not the quickest wheelie, so this was to get him clear. Plus he got a great ovation that way. We went. The race starts ...