The Shores Country House

Address: Cappatigue, Castlegregory, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland | B&B
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This B&B, located on Cappatigue, Castlegregory, is near The Dingle Peninsula, Dooks Golf Club, Killiney Beach, and Lough Anascaul.
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      A travel blog entry by ctcanada on Sep 01, 2014

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... in the Tour de France with the number we have seen on these mountainous roads. This is the most dramatic road I have ever been on. Once down on the south side we turned back to the village of Glengarriff located at the head of Bantry Bay. Went to the Glengarriff Woods Nature Reserve, once part of Lord Bantry's estate (of course) and only handed to the State in 1955, first for forestry and then part of it became a reserve in 1991. The woodlands is one of the ...

      Tá áthas orm - There is happiness upon m

      A travel blog entry by mystic1 on Jul 15, 2014

      7 photos

      ... where the book said, and easily recognizable from the drawing. I was really happy to find it and grabbed some happy pictures. I also spent a moment looking around the site. While the purpose of the Ogham stones is up for debate, and some may be only boundary markers or grave markers, some seem to be placed on pre-existing sacred sites, so it's worth a look around. The valley that this was in is lovely and from where I stood I had a ...

      Emerald Isle

      A travel blog entry by bigtravelfamily on Apr 23, 2014

      59 photos

      ... for 45 min we braved the rain and wind and hiked up to O’Brien Tower. At first I thought I was visiting a long ago relic of my husband’s ancestors. Turns out it was built in the Victorian age for touristsJ Still views were great, weather not great, but we got the pictures then ran to the car. The Burren was next on my list. This is a National Park that is all limestone rock protruding above the soil with flowers and other fauna everywhere. ...

      Second half of the Dingle Way

      A travel blog entry by alice-patrick on Aug 26, 2013

      16 comments, 29 photos

      ... notes say this, "the slope down the eastern side to the deserted settlement of Arraglen is fairly steep. The path is uneven, muddy in places and care is needed." Whaaat? It should have said, the path is really scary and steep and super duper muddy and sometimes when you step into the bog it feels like some invisible creature has grabbed your shoe and doesn't want to give it up, that's what it should say. As you know Patrick is usually some steps ahead of me, but ...

      Slea Head

      A travel blog entry by kyajade on Jun 09, 2013

      16 photos

      ... bogged and need to get their cars out before he water comes in, he'll charge them €50 to pull them out! What I thought was funny, was that you could tell the locals by the sunburns! A couple days of great weather and they're all lobsters! We had a quick stroll and paddle along the beach before we headed back to the bus to go to Killarney, where we would be staying for the next two nights. On the way Charlie sang us a few traditional Irish songs, ...