Dunauley Guesthouse

Address: Seskin, Bantry, County Cork, \N, Ireland | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Bantry

Bantry Bay

A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Oct 02, 2014

11 photos

... the winter with no tourists. They move the majority of the furniture out of the bar, bring in a pool table and jukebox and settle in for the winter with a few locals. It sort of sounds like bears hibernating only the bears don't drink gallons of Guinness everyday like these blokes. We toured the cliffs of Mizen with hopes of seeing a Puffin in the cliffs. In the sleeting rain and gale force winds I searched long and hard but to no avail. We ...

The Beara Peninsula to Dublin

A travel blog entry by kelleyr on Sep 03, 2014

1 comment, 118 photos

... A calm foggy morning. Cobh's claim to fame is that it was the last port of call for the Titantic before heading out. The quayside was quite pleasant and a big ferry from Brittany came past en route to Cork. Then northwards towards Dublin on major wide roads which was a change and not nearly so interesting. We stopped at a big Tesco's in County Tipperary and then at Kilkenny where we had some fun trying to find a park. Nice town though that seemed to ...


A travel blog entry by rsbrowning on Sep 25, 2013

3 photos

... with rain. From there it was a gentle glide 19 km down to Killarney. We promptly found lodging at Charlie's B&B. Clean and dry were very high on the priority list. On day 10 of our trip, this is the first day we have arrived at our destination with energy left to spare. Perhaps we could start going for longer days, but with rain outside and a warm dry pub nearby, why ...

A chocolate a day keeps the fairies away

A travel blog entry by brae88 on May 21, 2013

2 comments, 6 photos

... suprized really that I haven't heard more about the folklore in Ireland. Some of the traditions were incorporated into the teachings of christianity in an attempt to convert people. For instance the christening dress, which babies still wear to this day, was worn so the sex of the child could not be distinguised to confuse the fairies and keep them away. I find it so sad that this world of ours still to this day ...

Day 3 Kilsane to Bantry

A travel blog entry by mjtom7 on Apr 13, 2013

Left kinsale quite late after a leisurely breky and a wonder around town. Headed too blarney. For a visit to the castle what a fantastic spot walked the lake circuit kissed the Blarney Stone. The weather is terrible not as cold but very wet. Headed to crook haven on ...