O'Donnabhain's Guesthouse B&B & Townhouses
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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 …
With memories of the time that Barak Obama derailed our travel plans in Berlin, today's Ring Of Kerry Charity Ride derails our planned sightseeing there. The entire ring is closed as over 11,000 local and international cyclists take to the road. This year they raise over a million euros for suicide prevention by riding 180km over around 12 hours. Some start early in the morning and when we leave after breakfast, many are already resting in ...
... amazing collection, and small enough to not be overwhelming. The Purus folks came to the cafe there for lunch, and afterwords Pat had arranged for a very short tour with a docent of some of the museum highlights which was really interesting since Hunt's focus in collecting the items was as more of an antique dealer. He bought an ancient tapestry and cut it up to sell as smaller framed pieces! The family also used many of the items for everyday use - for example there was an ...
... br> Healy Pass:
The R574 is an Irish regional road in the Beara peninsula which crosses the Caha Mountains via the (Tim) Healy Pass. It runs from the R572 at Adrigole in County Cork to the R571 near Lauragh in County Kerry. It is a popular tourist route with the pass at an altitude of 300m giving panoramas towards Bantry Bay to the south-east and the Kenmare River to the north-west.
Stayed at Sallyport House
... ripening in the sun. Holly and Rowan trees lined the bright, warm path leading into the cool, shaded Oak and Holly woods. We rounded the first bend in the green shadows and came across a fallow deer; a buck with a marvelous antler rack. He let us walk a bit with him before he leapt nimbly off the path and continued deep into the trees.
The woods were so fey, so green, so moss covered that it is difficult to describe. An old, dry stone wall ...