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

    Beautiful little town - Kinsale

    A travel blog entry by younge.zytynsky on Jun 01, 2014

    ... up things to do in Kinsale and we headed over to Desmond castle first.

    We walked in and purchased our tickets just in time to join a free tour. Our guide shared information about the castle and its inhabitants as well as the wine trade since the castle holds a mini wine museum within it. After the guided tour we wandered a bit on our own before heading to the streets. There have been stone signs placed throughout town with cooking or food quotes on them. ...

    Day 13 - Dungarvan to Cobh (Home)

    A travel blog entry by dmobrien73 on Aug 28, 2013

    23 photos

    ... at JJs Diner, a temporary (more like permanent) trucker shack adjacent to the Youghal bridge. Painted mint green, the long converted shipping container sits roadside with 1/4 of the space dedicated to squeezing in every possible appliance for either boiling liquids or frying solids. I figure there is no point asking for a skinny latte with soya milk and a prawn avocado salad on rye-bread or perhaps even a banana, pear and ginger smothie? The remainder 3/4 of the space is ...

    Day 2: Getting a Sunburn in Kinsale

    A travel blog entry by lari on Jun 08, 2013

    ... I loved the wind and the sea around us and the walls and especially the quiet! There weren't a lot of people there, so it added a mystical feeling. I was never one for castles or forts, but this one really impressed me :)

    On my walk back to the village, I met this oldish guy who quickly engaged me in a conversation. To my shame, I gotta say that it was very hard for me to understand what he was saying as I am simply not used ...

    Friday, learning the history of Kinsale

    A travel blog entry by drbrn60 on May 24, 2013

    53 photos

    ... The fort was built in the late 1600s on 12 acres of land. It was massive. The fort has a very long history, again, too much to list here, so I suggest looking it up on Google. I was able to get a lot of good pictures from there, but again, they don’t do the place true justice. We finally got out of the fort a bit before 4:00 PM. Because of the late hour, we decided to skip going into Cork and headed back towards the farm house. During the ride, we felt that we ...

    Small Town Sights and Sounds

    A travel blog entry by katherine_quinn on Jan 19, 2013

    30 photos

    ... accident. It was sad, but cool to read about all the events that occurred within just a few hours, how it could have been avoided, but also how the ship and crew did everything they could. It makes you wish that we could go back in time and fix just those few, small errors that were made; errors that could have saved hundreds of lives. To say the least, it was a very sad, but humbling experience. At the end, I discovered that Bridget (aka me) was lost at sea and indicated a victim of ...