Keldun House

Tarbert, County Kerry, Ireland | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Tarbert

Wonderful Willie Week Wildness

A travel blog entry by melepua


... that were humorous, serious, sean-nůs, ballads, short, long, high and low. Non singers were encouraged to sing as much as the singers, and only two or three people who were accompanying their spouses were allowed to pass, but not without some hopeful nudging. After most guests sang once, the emcee turned to me and asked nicely, “Carrie, would you like to sing?” My heat leapt up to my throat and it took a few moments for me to gather composure. I ...

When I'm in Ireland.... It's a Photo Shoot

A travel blog entry by tiffanytjohnson


... friends, we would have been like… you want us to do what? But yet again, I cannot show my hesitations here. I felt bad for he horse anyway, they were hitting it with a horsewhip and it had to pull all five of us plus two drivers up and down hills. It looked like it was hungry and needed water. There was also a dog following us that belonged to the drivers. Its entire tongue was hanging out of its mouth. I think that ...

Bikes and Pipes

A travel blog entry by melepua

... world seemed to crash on the poor girl in front of me (forgot her travel card and had to pay full fare, forgot her computer to work on homework when away - she reminded me of myself), I arrived to a wet, hustling little city. Ennis is a tangle of tight little streets, not wide enough for cars to drive through, though cars drove through them, anyhow. Every time a car passed, I called out my inner Spider-man and clung to the walls. I walked around for ...

No More Headwinds!

A travel blog entry by marklattanzi


... a fair amount of Guinness.

20 July 2011

Dingle Town to Tarbert (on the Shannon)
100 kilometers

Thankfully, Dingle is our westernmost point in Ireland, so now we'll be heading north and east. We are looking forward to finally having some tail winds!

We left Dingle around 9:00am and headed up O'Connor Pass - the highest pass in Ireland. It was about a 7 kilometer climb The Dingle ...

Bantry to Killarney to Glin

A travel blog entry by jjarnold


... a jarvey on arrival at Kate Kearney's Cottage and had some time to shop in the gift shop. We were looking for a large Irish flag for the girls' brother and rather than try to sell us a smaller one, the young lady in the shop told us where to look in Killarney Town once we returned.

Katie the Horse and (Jerry?) the jarvey then took us up through the Gap of Dunloe. We are all flatlanders and having to hike uphill in the tallest mountains in Ireland was a little ******* ...


This B&B, located in Tarbert, is near Glin Castle.
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