Doire Liath

Newtown, Bantry, County Cork, Ireland | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Bantry

The Beara Peninsula to Dublin

A travel blog entry by kelleyr on Sep 03, 2014

1 comment, 118 photos

... but not quite sure why it rated in the Lonely Planets list of top 10 world cities. We had a secondary birthday dinner at a Turkish restaurant that had a burger, chips and a drink for about $8.50. Then back to the van and on to Cobh (pronounced Cove) where we found a great spot in a carpark behind the cathedral, although it turned out to be rather noisy with bells chiming every 15 min until midnight. We went for a walk around town and along the quay in ...

The Country Side-West Cork

A travel blog entry by hralbee on Jan 19, 2014

1 comment, 41 photos

... and decorated with pictures from their recent wedding. You have no idea how wonderful it felt to be in an actual home instead of a dorm. They have one neighbor and that is it. We were also warned that only 2 rooms in the house get heated, so I brought many layers for at night, since the bedrooms are not one of those two rooms. When we arrived, Rob greeted us at the house, as he was preparing a traditional Irish meal for us to eat a little later. It smelled delicious! Lamb with gravy, ...

Skibbereen

A travel blog entry by psrive on Jul 25, 2012

... that I was practically twinkle toes (much exageration- a lovely Irish characteristic) I danced all night and was totally exhausted, a lot of twirling to waltz time and some stamping in between. The night was finished off with a bit of line dancing!. It was my turn to cook on our dance evening. My partner was a young swiss boy, full of enthusiasm but totally hopeless in the kitchen. Stress levels rose (mine not his). The menu was minestrone soup, ...

Toy soldiers and a jaunty car ride

A travel blog entry by terrycj on Jul 02, 2012

32 photos

... in the three surrounding villages all speak Gaelic as their primary language and it's only when talking to tourists do they use English. The factory has only had a shopfront in the last 15 years even though the business has been around for a few decades. The shopfront became a sideline business when people kept turning up at their doorstep curious about the factory. It's still not a major part of the business as they export most of their work. They still get 200 to 300 people ...

Cahir to Kinsale to Bantry

A travel blog entry by jjarnold on Jun 15, 2011

8 photos

... have driven through Mallow three times and gotten horribly lost each time. When you begin to recognize the pebbles beside the road you know you are driving in a circle. All we wanted to do was to get to Kinsale and avoid Cork City in the process. Finally we just gave it over to TomTom and hey presto! there we were in Kinsale even though we had to drive on the Cork City ring road in the process.

We had wanted a tour of Kinsale Crystal but the owner ...

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