O'Connor's Guesthouse

Address: \N, Cloghane, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on \N, Cloghane, is near The Dingle Peninsula and Barracks Heritage Centre.
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    Travel Blogs from Cloghane

    Dingle Way - Day 7, Ballydavid to Cloghane

    A travel blog entry by chris_a on Jul 26, 2015

    6 photos

    The day started with rain falling heavily and low clouds swirling around our B&B. By breakfast time the clouds had lifted slightly and the rain had stopped, lifting our spirits sufficiently to agree to set off on the final leg of the walk while others we met over breakfast seemed to be looking for excuses to skip the walk for the day. The …

    Doolin . . . Cliffs, Burrens and More

    A travel blog entry by carolrichardson on Jul 05, 2015

    1 comment, 19 photos

    We took the Connor Pass route out of Dingle, stopping at the top of Brandon Mt for the great views of Brandon Pt and Cloghane.

    Gary found a short-cut to Doolin. Taking the 20 minute Ferry from Talbert Co. Kerry to Killimer Co. Clare, cutting off 85 miles of driving. Pleasant crossing . . .too bad the weather was a little wet.

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    Finding the Turangawaewae

    A travel blog entry by cowling on Sep 23, 2013

    6 photos

    The intrepid travellers have been a bit slack in updating this but dodgy WiFi connections and long days have got in the way of our best intentions.

    The hostel was great, a real hub for walkers on the Dingle Path. This was 180 km of walking trails around the whole peninsula and seemed to be the sole preserve of Germans on holiday. Our hostel seemed to only have German guests and the owner told me plenty of Germans ...

    Blarney and Taters!

    A travel blog entry by dinanna on May 31, 2013

    6 comments, 23 photos

    ... Bunratty Castle built in 1425 and fully restored since. Another luxury hotel (rooms start at €260 per night) with enormous king sized beds in every room and 6 pillows on the bed. Bunratty Castle was our dinner destination for a medieval feast. We were welcomed downstairs with a pottery goblet of delicious mead and entertained with a harpist and violinist and Capella singers all dressed in velvet period costume like Henry V111 of Tudor times. We were then led up ...

    Croagh Patrick

    A travel blog entry by doshaughnessy on Sep 03, 2012

    On Monday, we climbed a mountain. Yeah, we climbed Croagh Patrick, a site for pigrimages, located out West near the town of Westport. At first, when we heard we were climbing a mountain, I thought, oh it can't be like a really hard climb or anything, they wouldn't really try to make us do anything like that. Well, actually, the ...