Ashville House

Address: Rock Road, Killarney, County Kerry, Ireland | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Rock Road, Killarney, is near Killarney Tourist Office, Innisfallen Island, Dingle Way, and Sciuird Archaeological Adventures.
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      Travel Blogs from Killarney

      Wild, windy western Ireland

      A travel blog entry by jessielewcock on Jan 08, 2015

      ... a time, and had five of them in the two hours he was storytelling to us! I've never seen anything like it, he'd beat the pants of any young Aussie bogan with a beer bong that's for sure! We went to bed in our absolutely stunningly renovated section of Neptune's hostel by 3am. It was almost as good as a hotel! And I could sit up on the bottom bunk without risk of removing the top inch of my skull bone which was a lovely change to every other bunk bed I've slept in this ...

      Black Valley Tour

      A travel blog entry by centaur169 on Jul 06, 2014

      20 photos

      ... Glencar. What a great experience! The views were spectacular and everything was so green and unspoiled. I was so impressed and humbled by the views and the scenery all round. It was really well worth the trip, and was immediately planning a return on a motorbike as well as a bicycle can you ...

      Tour de Ireland (and Ice Cream)

      A travel blog entry by mikeandbridget on May 07, 2014

      1 comment, 41 photos

      ... stores lining the main streets.




      In order to get to the town of Dingle, we chose to pass through the mountains via Conor Pass, a narrow winding road that tightly hugs the mountainside. Turns were sharp with blind corners, resulting in cautious and slow driving but fantastic views.

      When we approached Dingle, it looked like just another small town (similar to Door County, in our ...

      Puddles, and gastronomy

      A travel blog entry by cruisinpenny on Dec 18, 2013

      5 photos

      ... Someone told us to leave a Euro for excellent service- it's like leaving a dollar for a $70 meal...just seems so insulting. Ryan and I shared the seafood platter- shrimp, salmon in a chili sauce, mussels in lime and garlic juice, crab claws, monk fish, cod, and calamari rings. The cod was spectacular, and this is coming from a woman who never chooses fish. Trav had fish and chips, but the batter was too heavy and rather ...

      Three for the price of one

      A travel blog entry by tina.hayden on Jul 31, 2013

      80 photos

      ... back out for milkshakes at a place down the street called The Milkshake Bar.

      None of us slept too terribly well that night,as the hotel did not have a/c (pretty norm over here I believe) so we had windows wide open to keep the room cool. Not the greatest thing when you are staying in the area that is known as the best nightlife area that is filled with bars. It was quite loud outside until at least 3 am. So because of that we didn't get up and on ...