Glebe House

Address: Rushy Park, Ballylongford, Tarbert, County Kerry, 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

Waterfall

A travel blog entry by saraann on May 18, 2014

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... my left foot was a helpful cushion, the blister on my right toe only hurts with my sandals, and the broken blister (on top of a broken blister) on both heels only hurts with my hiking boots. So it's fine. (I apologize if you're squeamish. It somehow made Michelle's knees hurt to look at it.) It was potentially not worth the 50-million mile hike. Note 1: The length of the description does not accurately reflect the length of each "stroll". Note 2: The ...

The west coast of Ireland

A travel blog entry by nicole_gilbert on Jul 08, 2013

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... these houses that we stopped at along the road where i got a little semi horsey fix as there was a very cute donkey living in there. There was a fresh water well across the road where the surrounding people would have gained their water from. Corcomroe Abbey was this beautiful old place in the middle of the Burren which is an area basically surrounded by lots of rocks and not much soil. This abbey was built in the only fertile area. Having a look at all the ...

Toy soldiers and a jaunty car ride

A travel blog entry by terrycj on Jul 02, 2012

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... 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 ...

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 ...

Off to the Emerald Isle

A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Jul 16, 2011

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It was unusual to get to sleep in on a day when I am flying. But we didn't need to leave for the airport until 11:00. We watched "The Tour de France" until it was time to leave. I packed a lunch to eat at the airport. Larry drove me and when we got to Africa Road there was a traffic jam so Larry turned around and we went down Cleveland Avenue to 270. Larry dropped me off at the Continental door. Things went ...

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