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

    Sailing into Kinsale

    A travel blog entry by chintz on Jun 14, 2015

    12 photos

    A crisp sunny morning, good for travelling. Heading out through the country today. First stop is the Waterford Crystal factory, where we are given a very extensive factory tour. An Apprenticeship is for five years, and after that time if you are unable to pass making the " Apprenticeship Bowl", you either start your Apprenticeship over again or leave. Each Apprentice is only trained in one aspect of the trade and there ...

    Dublin to Kinsale

    A travel blog entry by calo4 on Jul 15, 2014

    2 comments, 42 photos

    ... are also frescoes on some of the walls in some parts of the cathedral.

    The Rock of Cashel also gave us the biggest hill that we had to get Dad up in the wheelchair. We managed it by team effort, with multiple hands on the wheelchair pushing it up the hill. I told Dad if we lost our grip on the way back down the hill, he was going to have a short, but wild, ride to the bottom!

    We all made it safely back to the van and climbed ...

    County Cork (and a bit of Kerry), Ireland

    A travel blog entry by jerram.bateman on Jan 13, 2014

    ... the mouth of Cork Harbour. Cobh, like Belfast, seems inextricably linked to Ireland's struggles, a palpable sense of tragedy hangs over the town. For example, Cobh was the departure point for millions of Irish emigrants (including, I am sure, some of my Irish ancestors), seeking a better life elsewhere. During the potato famine of the mid-nineteenth century, some 2.5 million people emigrated from Cobh in order to escape the ravages of ...

    Driving through Ireland

    A travel blog entry by pmzchenry on Aug 03, 2013

    2 comments

    ... They got bored with the game and headed back to the room where they watched Nottinghill. The B and B had a library of DVDs to use. Z and I had one more pint and headed back. We all just hung out, relaxing and enjoying each others company while watching the movie, reading or watching videos on the laptop until we all fell asleep. Of course M was the first to go and I was the last.

    All in all it was a very pleasant day and we really enjoyed stopping here.
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    Getting Some Eloquence In Blarney

    A travel blog entry by britanne on Jul 16, 2013

    35 photos

    ... have a beer. These gentlemen at the bar next to us had some grilled chicken and gave us a piece. Probably the best piece of chicken I have ever eaten in my entire life! It had the best flavor and was cooked perfectly! Yummmm. That night we went to a pub that was playing some live music. The guy was really good and loved playing the Beatles. We left after two drinks because we were beat. Plus towns not too exciting on a Tuesday evening. ...