Knockcullen House

Address: New Road, Killarney, County Kerry, Ireland | B&B
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This B&B, located on New Road, Killarney, is near St. Mary's Cathedral, Dingle Way, Sciuird Archaeological Adventures, and Knockreer Estate.
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Travel Blogs from Killarney

I-rish I didn't have to leave (title by Rhi)

A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Jul 11, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... afternoon. I then headed back to Doolin along the coast which was lovely as the sun was slowly setting (and I mean slowly, it's not dark until after 10pm). After getting back I had an early evening having worn myself out with what was all up 28km of walking. The next day was one filled with a little more stress than was ideal when on holidays. I needed to make my way from Doolin to a town called Killarney, which involved 3 buses. You would think that a with a bus trip ...

Tour de Ireland (and Ice Cream)

A travel blog entry by mikeandbridget on May 07, 2014

1 comment, 41 photos

... brightly-colored shops lined the streets and as we began our walking tour of the city we spotted an odd sight: A scruffy dog riding on top of a donkey. How that dog managed to get on top of the Donkey is beyond us, but he seemed to be enjoying the view. Our first stop on the list was the award-winning local ice-cream parlor, Murphy’s. Bridget had been looking forward to this portion of our trip ever since we added the ...

Puddles, and gastronomy

A travel blog entry by cruisinpenny on Dec 18, 2013

5 photos

... keep. In places, the rocks are stacked 6' thick, all done without mortar. The entrances to these forts are very narrow, with the narrowest opening at the bottom. Perhaps this keeps the sheep out- and anyone with size 13 feet- Originally, the forts were surrounded with wooden walls as the first line of defense. The one we saw is remarkably preserved.
Slithering along through vast puddles at the side of the road, we continued ...

Wet, wild & wonderful

A travel blog entry by tina.hayden on Jul 27, 2013

69 photos

... waterfall. Moss covered rocks and trees gave the area an almost magickal sense, I expected to see faeries and leprechauns frolicking in the woods. Once we reached the base of the falls and took our fill of photos we decided to follow the path up, going up a gazillion rock stairs..okay..maybe not a gazillion but my thighs sure were thinking it was a gazillion. Nothing like a steep hike to prove just how out of shape you are. ...

Ireland (May 14 to May 16)

A travel blog entry by loogmord on May 16, 2013

1 comment, 4 photos

... and went to Muckross House and the Torc waterfall in the afternoon even though it was still raining. That night we listened to a great trio of musicians at Murphy's pub in Killarney that was recommended to us by the local music store. It was great. There was an accordion, flute and guitar. Irish guitar players strum twice as fast as many others and this lad had been strumming that guitar for years because the instrument has ...

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