Grove House and Courtyard Cottages

Skibbereen, Skibbereen, County Cork, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Skibbereen, Skibbereen, is near Fitzgerald Park, Skibbereen Heritage Centre, Liss Ard Gardens, and Island Cottage.
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    Travel Blogs from Skibbereen

    Irish Reels!

    A travel blog entry by narabouts on May 11, 2014

    4 photos

    Wow! I don't know how much Guinness was in that pie last night but I didn't wake up until 8am! We had a leisurely morning and went to Chris and Doug's van for coffee and to plan the next leg of our trip tomorrow. We had smoked salmon and spinach sandwiches for lunch and then walked back into town to source some Irish music or dancing promised in the festival. We walked up to the Sports Centre where the different age groups were going to compete by playing different instruments ...

    Working at Fuscia Cottage

    A travel blog entry by jkrakauer on Oct 09, 2012

    3 photos

    ... What I did was sort the last three months receipts: for July, August and September.

    I also helped Iona sort the ins and outs for the buisness (Cambium) out the
    items to add to excel. Based on the "ins" and "outs" for the month.

    Later, I started to learn how to cook. By cutting and picking bazil from the garden. I learned tips to cut an onion safely and use the stove safely. Helped prepare a Barrito.

    Other then that not much.


    Liss Ard Manor

    A travel blog entry by thetrekkers on Aug 25, 2012

    1 comment, 29 photos

    ... Clee Na) until Tuesday afternoon. She took us out of the kitchen and sent us to Donnie who manages the woodland gardens. We basically rake the paths clean, cut out any low branches and brambles..., I feel like we are straightening out the woods. They call them woodland gardens and we make them more garden-like, I guess. It's not too ************nie stresses to take things slow. We are tired though after 5 hours, but it is pretty.
    -JK ...

    School Days

    A travel blog entry by bucfly on Nov 21, 2010

    1 comment, 40 photos

    ... have no idea about their progress in class-no grades, no report cards, ...

  • Standardized testing is conducted, but only merely to track student progress
  • Students actually know what they "want to be when they grow up" early on
  • Students are really social, as in capable of having mature conversations
  • Thus, "bad language" is tolerated here, as it is just a part of the culture
  • Students eat lunch in the ...

  • Young at Heart

    A travel blog entry by nicola47 on Oct 22, 2010

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... We then drove around the Peninsula back to Dingle where we had lunch. We inquired about local oysters for lunch but found out this is not the season for them. From the non-expert opinion it appears that oyster farming is done more in the spring. Our next stop was at Inch Beach a surfer’s spot along with beach walkers, picnickers, etc.