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 Straglers

A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Jul 29, 2014

2 comments, 8 photos

I was going to move on today.  But nope.  Decided that my ankle wouldn't like the weight of my bag on it so soon.  But walk 16miles? Sure! So I set off from camp to do a ring walk of the lakes in the national park. Changed plans the moment I got there.  A lady told me that the Torc Waterfalls were really nice.  But first I went to a fancy house (that for the life of me I can't remember the name ...

Day 5

A travel blog entry by djjmush on May 06, 2014

35 photos

... for the claustrophobic! Once you start climbing there is no turning back. We all made the climb, as unnerving as it was. Beautiful views from the top! Joy and Stacie were brave enough to kiss the Blarney Stone. I couldn't brave it. You had to lay down on your back, reach over your head with your hands, grab onto bars and lower yourself to kiss the stone while being held by some strange man. Stacie did well. Joy had a little trouble with the dismount. I ...

Another great

A travel blog entry by averileoverseas on Nov 16, 2013

2 comments, 6 photos

... Killarney we were engulfed in a canopy of green, yellow and gold. So pretty. Later we saw an abundance of holly trees with their red berries. Dull overcast day so guess the rest of the drive wasn't seen to it's best advantage. Drove past the ruins of the houses abandoned during the potato famine. Is hard to imagine that people just up and left these in search for a better life across the Atlantic.

Today Pam and I drove to Tralee and then on to Dingle and around the ...

Braving the elements

A travel blog entry by lizab2004 on Sep 17, 2013

4 photos

... at Lord Brandon's, so on we went. By the time we got to Lord Brandon's we looked like a bunch of drowned rats. Lauren, Sue, and I all looked like it was Halloween with mascara pooling under our eyes and our hair plastered to our faces. Lauren turned to me and said, "Did you forget to mention to us that this is an OUTDOOR restaurant?" Oops - I guess she was picturing a nice cosy little pub with a fire. Luckily, Lord Brandon's offers Irish coffees which were greatly needed ...

Wet, wild & wonderful

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

69 photos

... heck, most of the time it barely had room for two cars going in opposite directions. So I wasn't able to get as many pictures as I would have liked through that area. Once we hit Kenmare we were pretty much done in for the day so headed back to the cottage for lunch & nap, then headed back out to see Ross Castle.

The castle was closed by the time we got there, but we really weren't planning on taking a tour of ...