Fern Rock Bed & Breakfast

Address: Tinnahalla, Killorglin, County Kerry, Ireland | B&B
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This B&B, located on Tinnahalla, Killorglin, is near Eask Tower, Ballykissane Pier, Kerry Glass Studio and Visitor Centre, and Wilma's Cheese Factory.
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      Day 4 - Killarney National Park & Village

      A travel blog entry by the-kents on Sep 16, 2014

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... below but I will attempt to share on Facebook and via email tonight. To be honest, the other highlight of the day, at least for Jen, Jon and myself, was when we arrived back in downtown (very small -- think size of Saugatuck) Killarney and were in search for hydration. I'd yet to truly achieve the appropriate pub moment, so we finally found a very, very local pub, ordered ourselves a pint of Guinness and pulled up a stool outside. By very, very local I mean, very, very ...

      Tá áthas orm - There is happiness upon m

      A travel blog entry by mystic1 on Jul 15, 2014

      7 photos

      ... where the book said, and easily recognizable from the drawing. I was really happy to find it and grabbed some happy pictures. I also spent a moment looking around the site. While the purpose of the Ogham stones is up for debate, and some may be only boundary markers or grave markers, some seem to be placed on pre-existing sacred sites, so it's worth a look around. The valley that this was in is lovely and from where I stood I had a ...


      A travel blog entry by saraann on May 18, 2014

      10 photos

      ... was in the moment. It was so cool to see; you can't help thinking that only God could create something that amazing. I definitely recommend it. I also recommend bikes, or better yet, a car. Somehow in all that hiking and detouring we completely missed Ross Castle, which you might remember, was a destination we had planned to see en route to the waterfall (but c'mon, how do you just miss a castle?!). Ross Castle is now our plan for tomorrow; we've nixed ...

      Slea Head and the Dingle Peninsula

      A travel blog entry by terrycj on Jul 04, 2012

      48 photos

      ... ocean with the waves relentlessly pounding the base of the cliffs. Whereever grass would grow seemed to be sheep paddocks sectioned off by either a cliff or stone fences. Some of these sheep proved themselves mountain sheep as they wandered around the side of a hill traversing rocky outcrops to get to the grass. One brave little sheep looked like he may have taken a step too close to the edge that fell away to the roadside, the sure footed little fella managed to get out ...

      A balanced breakfast

      A travel blog entry by londonpenguin on Sep 10, 2011

      2 comments, 8 photos

      ... 8220;I [heart] Dingle” t-shirts and leprechaun key chains, but for the most part the shops are ... what's the word I want? Artisanal, I think.

      We were both very happy with our purchases and went to meet up with Michelle for lunch at An Cafe Liteartha (again, there should be some accents; and don't ask me to pronounce it), a bookshop in front with a cafe in back. I think we expected a little more than what was on offer, but what we did get was good. We all got toasted ham ...