Glebe House

Address: Rushy Park, Ballylongford, Tarbert, County Kerry, \N, Ireland | B&B
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This B&B, located on Rushy Park, Ballylongford, Tarbert, is near Staigue Fort.
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Travel Blogs from Tarbert

19th May

A travel blog entry by kathryn62 on May 20, 2014

... pieces Then travelled to Killarney for the night Tea at the hotel as joint affair and then free to wander Ended up at Scruffys bar and there was super band - 2 men, one on the accordion and the other guitar, banjo and singing - he didn't stop singing or talking the whole hour or so we were there and ended up the evening at 10.30 with the Irish national ...

The Ring of Kerry aka Kerry's Ring

A travel blog entry by rozzij on Sep 07, 2013

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... a long stone and others proceeded to make an appendage and 2 round stones that sorted out the problem however it was found that 3 round stones were needed to get the right affect. It was quite lifelike and as we were leaving another busload - Aussies - proceeded to photograph our stoneage man. Lots of laughs all round. We then headed to a pass whose name I can't find to get the correct spelling and had a photo stop there. I zoomed in on a round fort ...

The Mighty Dingle

A travel blog entry by frances.bates on Sep 28, 2012

1 comment, 27 photos

... side of the peninsula and up over the mountains of the Dingle but otherwise fine, which is nice for driving!

After Dingle we headed for our stop for the night at Killarney, travelling through Castlemaine, Milltown and Faha.

Killarney is just gorgeous - if it had been like Limerick or Shannon Fran probably would have burst into tears. But is just lovely - with plenty of park areas mixed ...

Oireachtas and Pixies

A travel blog entry by melepua on Nov 05, 2011


... to translate for me, though usually unsuccessfully since the pub was so crowded and noisy. That is, unless people were singing or story-telling, then you could hear a pin drop. But then, you couldn’t ask your friends for translations, either, since you had to be quiet. I had a wonderful time and nearly peeled myself out when we wanted to go back to the Oireachtas for the singing competition. My friend told me that everyone was there at the ...

No More Headwinds!

A travel blog entry by marklattanzi on Jul 19, 2011

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19 July 2011

Rest Day In Dingle

We decided to take an extra day and hang out in Dingle. There's lots of good music here, plus we wanted to get our laundry done. We also pa ked up a small box of items that we decided we didn't really need and mailed them back home.

That evening, we hit the An Droichid Beag - the Small Bridge Bar and saw some great traditional Irish music. We danced to a few songs ...

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