Foleys Guesthoues & Self-Catering Holiday Homes

Address: 16 Henry St, Kenmare, County Kerry, 02123, Ireland | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 16 Henry St, Kenmare, is near Stone Circle, Kenmare Heritage Centre, Iverni Gallery, and The Studio.
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      Travel Blogs from Kenmare

      Gap of Dunloe

      A travel blog entry by tfsnj on Oct 05, 2014

      18 photos

      ... couple. A young couple on bicycles was also there. An hour or so later, four au pairs from Germany who had hiked through the gap arrived. Then the ten of us -- the jarvey riders, the hikers, and the cyclists, along with the two bikes -- boarded a little boat at the foot of Upper Lake. Powered by a small outboard motor, we began a 14-mile ride through the Lakes of Killarney. The boat was skippered by a Mr. O'Donahue, a very funny guide who was ...

      Luxury Hotel Get-away

      A travel blog entry by centaur169 on Jul 07, 2014

      26 photos

      ... to the land like no other place on earth. After the family left we spent a quiet afternoon in the hotel before dinner, drinks and thankfully early bed. Successful holiday day as always!! Kenmare: Kenmare (Irish: An Neidín, meaning "the little nest")

      Ireland

      A travel blog entry by lalbares on May 28, 2013

      5 photos

      ... better than I was expecting, the castle
      itself was really cool to see, the walls in places must have been at
      least 15 feet thick. In order to kiss the Blarney stone, which is a
      stone hanging over the edge of a battlement on the top of the castle,
      you have to lay on your back, grab onto some hand rails, and slide
      yourself over the edge so if you look down you can see the ground at
      least 50 feet below you. Granted, there are safety bars there and a
      worker ...

      Taking a Bite out of Kenmare

      A travel blog entry by jauntyjaunts on Sep 19, 2012

      8 photos

      ... little to the left, a little to right' game with the planner and these several hundred pound boulders. I've included pics of a couple of the other things I went to see as well, but the most charming thing I found about Kenmare, was the people. County Kerry is a very proud and substantially more rural area than any of the others I have toured so far. The roads are ...

      It's a Long Long Way to Tipperary

      A travel blog entry by pegsaroni on May 19, 2012

      8 photos

      ... and caves under the castle. It's easy to understand where the myths and legends of the otherworldly creatures came from. Walking around you can feel the magic if the place seeping through to our world. At the wishing stairs I walked up then and back down again backwards so with any luck my wish will come true with the year. Back travelling on the bus, we continued our journey to Killarney, our place of stay for the night, the Neptune Hostel. The Irish lesson resumed and ...

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