Marian House

Woodlawn Road , Killarney, County Kerry, Ireland | B&B
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This B&B, located on Woodlawn Road , Killarney, is near INEC, Angsana Spa at The Brehon, Meeting of the Waters, and Killegy Churchyard.
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Travel Blogs from Killarney

The Myth Lives On

A travel blog entry by europe2.0 on Aug 21, 2014

5 comments, 9 photos

... me, but at least this time he met me at the finish line.

In travel news, we ventured down to the Ring of Kerry last week. The scenic drive, known as the Ring of Kerry, is on a peninula in the southwest corner of Ireland. It is famous for its spectacular vantage points. We were not as fortunate with the weather for this trip - we actually couldn't have picked a worse week to go. The weather in Ireland is so unpredictable. Hopefully we have learned our lesson now ...

Ring of Kerry

A travel blog entry by roadmonkey on May 25, 2014

1 comment

... turned from cloudy to partly sunny and it was a very nice day weather wise. We encountered very little traffic which was not what we expected for a Sunday. Finding a bathroom is always a problem when one is on the road. Usually we try to find an eatery which might have a bathroom. After 2 hours out from Kenmare we were ready to take a potty break so we stopped in Waterville and found that no ...

Wild, wet and wooly Killarney

A travel blog entry by michelesh on Sep 17, 2013

7 photos

... It was raining really hard, and the winds were gale force. There were whitecaps on the lake. We travelled first through Killarney National Park, and saw the castle there whose last owner was also an American who gave his property to the people of Ireland. This castle is under renovation and should be open to the public in the future. From this castle, should have boarded a boat to travel ...

Ring of Kerry

A travel blog entry by suelacey on Aug 29, 2013

33 photos

... which has a Beef with Guinness stew, very nice. A whisky in the bar ends the evening and we hope for an early night.

The comparisons between here and the west coast of Scotland are obvious. Both have high craggy mountains and cold lakes and spectacular rugged coastlines. Yet each are different. Ireland's I think, are slightly softer because of the vibrant green. Scotland's landscape is rougher and more inhospitable. Both are stunningly ...

Food and Drink chapter 3

A travel blog entry by pmzchenry on Aug 06, 2013

... the mango pudding dish was out of this world. Dinner was at O'Shea's restaurant/pub. It was picked at random but it was also one of the only places left open that was serving food. The kitchens do not stay open all that late so you have to plan if you won't be eating until later.

  • P had a Smithwick's and M had a water (she was worried about a repeat of the Long Island Iced Tea night)
  • Z and C had a Kopparberg Cider, pear ...