O'Donnabhain's Guesthouse B&B & Townhouses
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TravelPod Member ReviewsO'Donnabhain's Guesthouse B&B & Townhouses Kenmare
Great pub - good food and atmosphere. No problems in getting a room.
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We were up early and had a walk around Dungarvan before breakfast and then headed towards Blarney. Stopped on the way at the next coastal town of Youghal for a quick look, and this was a beautiful little town with a wonderful main street of little shops and pubs. The clock tower in the town was built in 1777. Back on the road then to Blarney where …
... We reluctantly left Kerry headed to Cong on the Galway/Mayo border. (Predictably we composed limericks as we crossed through Limerick.)
There once was a golfer named Doug
To Ballybunion his clubs he did lug
When he hit it real far
He did get a par
And that brought a smile to his mug
And that brings me to "Castle-ness". This is the adjective Henry came up with to describe the last three nights of our adventures. We ...
... find it. When we found it we took something and put something else in. When we were done we ate some lunch then went to the sweet shop. I got a box of gobstoppers and a packet of lollies I chose. When we had finished I went home for the night and played minecraft with Kane Bond. Then I went to sleep at about 9:30pm. When I woke up in the morning I got dressed and went to the buffet. After I was done we went back packed our bags and left to go to ...
So a pleasant three hour drive brought us to the town of Killarney, a popular staging post for the famed "Ring of Kerry" a scenic drive that is the most beautiful in the world, according to our hotels's fact sheet. We are staying at The Old Weird, sorry, Weir, a large B&B situated on a busy road near town. A comfortable large room will do us nicely for the night. Today we visited Muckross Estate a 10,000 acre property which has a 19th century ...
... in sight. We were concerned that we were under dressed, and you know, have a baby, but we were welcomed warmly and offered a secluded seat at the back. It seemed pretty low risk since Oliver had happily sat on Alex's knee during most of our previous night's meals, even falling asleep during some of them. We ordered starters and mains and looked forward to a pleasant evening. Just before our first course arrived, a nice-looking Australian couple ...