Harbour Nights Bed and Breakfast
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... outside of the peninsula. I emailed Berta the co-owner and she said this would be their last trip of the season. So Dave and I decided to jump on it. Since the Blasket islands are uninhabited, we needed to bring a picnic lunch. It was 830 we still had not eaten breakfast. We ran to the store and got some sandwiches, water bottles and candy for me and came back to the Milltown house and had a huge breakfast. We went on our way to try to ...
... number of wobbly dudes in the street clutching a roll of duct tape and a bag of flour while sporting pants with noticeably different leg lengths.
There are other pubs in Ireland that offer very creative business mash-ups (bakery, general grocery store, clothing,etc.) but Dingle seemed to an ideal host to this quirky phenomenon. Perhaps Dingle feels more Irish than some because it’s part of a Gaeltacht, a region where ...
Small town, great bar ratio, more traditional Irish music. Monday has several bars on main st playing trad Irish music. Went to a pub that has been open since late 1800's - had guys passing around guitars playing Irish music- very cool In the southwest region of ...
... a couple of hours, then met downstairs to have some dinner. More importantly, we all decided to do a beer run to Caherisveen. Guinness and Bulmers; what else? We were all dying for some Bailey's Hot chocolate, but in the name of being financially smart, we decided against it. The night ended with drinks and rummy in the kitchen. Some DELICIOUS turkish choclate was had (haaaaaha), which tasted like grandma, perfume, and probably something else gross, we ...
... After our long day to and from Waterford on Monday and since it was a rainy day yesterday we choose an easy day of rest. Around 2ish we headed out to check a little pub about a mile from our cottage. I had a very tasty cider called Stonewell, crafted in Cork. I don't remember the beer Dave had but he finished it so it must not have been too bad. After that we headed in to Killarney. I wanted to check out the visitor center (which I was ...