The Blue Horizon Bed & Breakfast
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Well the Terry's have made it to another ancestral land for both Chris and Kath. One of Edward's friends posted a photo with the caption "come to the UK it's summer here", the picture is of people in raincoats and umbrellas. We've made to Ireland and the weather ... well ... I guess the weather is the reason why everything is so green here. …
... bright and beautiful in the midday sun. Arrived at our accomodation to what can only be described as a circus. A wedding party had arrived for their reception at the same time that Bruce Springsteen was trying to exit the building to go to his concert in Cork. So there we were with the bright blue triumph stag convertible adorned with wedding ribbon, people from the wedding milling about in their gladrags having a fag, with kids on ...
... the end of the day to say Cork was a slice of heaven is a bit of an understatement. It was an exceptional weekend into the culinary expertise of some of Ireland's best chefs in the food capital of the island!
A Taste of West Cork Menu:
Cold Roasted Skeaghanore Duck with Sliced Mango, Orange and Ginger Spice
Benbullen Bay Crab Cakes with Lemon Mayonnaise and a Drizzle of Chili Oil
Wild Garretstown Spinach, Sorrel & Nutmeg Soup ...
... might meet him for coffee in Limerick on his way down but that was out as well as he was travelling down by train.
I decided then to go to Kinsale anyway prepared and that if I didn't like what I saw I could always walk away.
Catherine and myself traveled down the night before,stayed in Cork and drove out to Kinsale to see the boat and meet the owner on Friday morning.
The yacht was a 31 foot sloop with ...
... with Kenneth, the owner of the B&B and the three of us were heading to Kenmare where we’d heard of a delightful open air market. It was a bit sad to leave Sneem but we knew we’d have wonderful memories to recall as well as the new friends we’d made.
Kenmare was a short ride and the market was indeed quite nice with wonderful food and handicraft vendors. We decided to buy some bread, hummus and cheese for our lunch. ...
How has this b&b rated in the past?
Comfortable but the rooms are a little dated. Very friendly staff
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