No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Photos of Dromin Farmhouse
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Dromin Farmhouse Killorglin
Travel Blogs from Killorglin
... winning views) The highlight of the day may very well have been on our return from Sneem through the northern side of the Killarney National Park where we encountered a local traffic jam. A heard of sheep were making their way down the road and had stopped traffic. I made a few bad jokes about them not being very sheepish at this moment ... and also lacking in horsepower. I enjoyed a few courtesy laugh and we recorded some awesome video which I am not sure will be able to ...
... extraneous to me at first. I would learn to love it later. My suspicions were right. I drove the car up the tiny, winding road for at least a mile. It's one of the local roads that is used for two way traffic, but is only a single lane wide. A lot of the roads are like this for at least small sections, some of them, like the road to the site, are like that for miles. The book, Ogham Stones of the Dingle Peninsula, put together by the ...
... kits (and I have a coupon)-the painting is the challenge. We were off to our castle afterwards-yes, our castle. Mom and dad had found a castle hotel for the evening outside of Tralee. After a thorough exploration of the interior and grounds, we found that besides the stone eating dog, the castle wasn't exactly a kid playground but we found ways to enjoy it and the castle pub!
We said good bye to our castle and the dog and headed ...
... Absolutely hilarious! Afterwards I shared an after dinner drink with Warren and Jen from the USA, as they leave the tour tomorrow to fly out from Shannon. They adopted me on the trip and often invited me to share meals with them. Warren is 75 and Jen in her twenties is like an adopted daughter who's become part of the family. It was lovely to see how much they obviously cared and looked out for each other. Today is the last day of my tour of Ireland as I fly to ...
... seemed very similar to an Aldi's, in order to save a little coin. We had an hour and a half before we had to meet the group at Dingle pier to leave for a tour of the peninsula so we had to walk at a brisk pace. I had my backpack on and I couldn’t decide whether or not to wear my jacket. As soon as I would make a decision, the weather would change. It took us almost twenty minutes to walk to the grocery from the convent after class was let out.
The grocery ...