The Shores Country House

Address: Cappateige, Castlegregory, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland | B&B
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This B&B, located on Cappateige, Castlegregory, is near The Dingle Peninsula, Dooks Golf Club, Killiney Beach, and Lough Anascaul.
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    Travel Blogs from Castlegregory

    Week 2

    A travel blog entry by lizab2004 on Jul 25, 2014

    9 photos

    ... amazing collection, and small enough to not be overwhelming. The Purus folks came to the cafe there for lunch, and afterwords Pat had arranged for a very short tour with a docent of some of the museum highlights which was really interesting since Hunt's focus in collecting the items was as more of an antique dealer. He bought an ancient tapestry and cut it up to sell as smaller framed pieces! The family also used many of the items for everyday use - for example there was an ...

    Rest day from driving

    A travel blog entry by jimwencook on May 07, 2014

    4 photos

    ... on that day." Bonus! The tour was grand and confirmed Jim's belief that living in a castle would suck big time.
    Next was a leisurely stroll around Killarney town, checking out the fantastic local wool products, for which the area is world famous, except maybe in Kalaru.
    After lunch was a trip to Mucros House, only about 5 ks from the town. Once again a paid tour, but as seniors this time. A really interesting tour! One ...

    Second half of the Dingle Way

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

    16 comments, 29 photos

    ... and it also claims to be the nearest parish to America.

    Dunquin to Cuas

    15 miles became more like 18 but lets not go there just yet, let me start at the beginning. This began as a walk along the shoreline and cliffs of the western end of the Dingle Peninsula, from sandy track to rocky paths the ocean was on our left and the rain was everywhere. It was a soggy day and the beauty of the surrounding area had a misty watercolor feeling to it. ...

    From Ring of Kerry to Ring of Fire

    A travel blog entry by fendall on Jul 19, 2013

    61 photos

    ... so it burns very slow and clean down to a fine ash. The fireplaces were then cleaned out and the ash would be placed in the gardens to help with fertilization. Therefore, every little bit was useful and there was very little waste.

    One thing I really enjoyed seeing throughout while traveling in and around Ireland is the stone walls and high hedges everywhere. Carmel told us that the stone walls had several reasons. First of all they used the walls to ...

    Slea Head and the Dingle Peninsula

    A travel blog entry by terrycj on Jul 04, 2012

    48 photos

    ... a lot of people but we managed to find a spare table. Apparently we chose a popular time for the locals to have dinner. Edward was keen on getting back to the B&B as they had a tennis court and he was up for challenging Dad to a tennis match, problem was Chris wasn't. Kath talked Chris into driving up to Connor Pass as it was a clear evening, or so we thought. The sat nav didn't recognise Connor Pass but it seemed there was sufficient road signage anyway and Ann said ...