The Mill

Address: Newtown, Bantry, County Cork, Ireland | B&B
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This B&B, located on Newtown, Bantry, is near Bantry House & Garden, Sheepshead Peninsula, Riasc, and Bantry Museum.
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      The Beara Peninsula to Dublin

      A travel blog entry by kelleyr on Sep 03, 2014

      1 comment, 118 photos

      ... tickets and waited for our turn. We spoke to a farmer who said that cows aren't allowed in the cable car any more (they have to go by a ferry that goes 4 times a year) and only about 2 people live there year round. After the 10 min trip we hopped off and set out on the 4-mile road that led to the other end of the island. Fantastic day for walking and so quiet apart from the odd plane high overhead. We had a little picnic at the end and unfortunately ...

      The Country Side-West Cork

      A travel blog entry by hralbee on Jan 19, 2014

      1 comment, 41 photos

      ... went to pick it up the horse had already finished it. We came back for dinner and then made some banoffee pie, which is a traditional Irish dessert. A layer of digestives crust ( Irish version of graham crackers), a layer of caramel, sliced bananas, and then a whipped cream topping with shaved chocolate. Definitely making this dessert when I come back to America!!

      After making the pie, Amy and Rob had some guests over for bible study and we got to meet some more lovely ...

      County Clare to County Kerry

      A travel blog entry by danasaffel on May 20, 2013

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... Dolmen, a portal tomb (two or three rocks supporting a large flat rock similar to Stonehenge) dating back about 4500 years. I looked under and around the rocks, but couldn't find a leprechaun! I'm still looking.

      We stopped by Bunratty Castle on the way to Killarney after the Burren. Bunratty Castle was built in 1460 by the MacNamara clan. It has been restored and is open for tours (and hosts a ...


      A travel blog entry by psrive on Jul 25, 2012

      ... a walk along the cliffs. Not so much rain today but still low cloud and mist. As I write now it is raining but still very beautiful. During the evening some students watch english movies, tonight they are watching the Beatrix Potter one or if the weather allows go for a walk (this evening it doesn't allow). There are always reminders that we're still on planet earth, every holiday has to have a money story. After a walk along the cliffs this afternoon we ...

      Kickin' it in Killarney & at Cliffs of Insanity

      A travel blog entry by w.zahn on Mar 29, 2012

      39 photos

      ... my father. Prepare to die." -Inigo

      Before we went to the Cliffs, we had a stop at the Burrens. This region was underwater approximately 35 million years ago and the landscape is incredibly surreal, with dark stones smoothed and curved from years of erosion. As I mentioned before, I'm not particularly comfortable with heights, but my experience at the Carrick a Rede bridge seems to ...