QC's Townhouse

Old Post Office Street, Cahersiveen, County Kerry, Ireland | Hotel
Prices starting from $119.00

Travel Blogs from Cahersiveen

The Ring of Kerry

A travel blog entry by hralbee


... He was an important figure for the catholics in Irish history. After dinner a young man came to teach us some Irish songs. He played the guitar while we belted out the lyrics to "The Galway Girl", "Fields of Athenry", "Mollie Malone", and "Dirty Old Town". The songs were stuck in my head for the rest of the night and still are! After singing, we played a trivia game, and my team won accidentally! It was a joke because the scorers miscalculated the points. We know ...

Little lamsy divey

A travel blog entry by melepua


... homes. Into the icecream shop for indulgence. And out to the water to take a nice relaxing nap while soaking in some sun. But what is that noise I hear? Who are all these people? I hear Highland bagpipes coming closer, closer, hardly a peaceful instrument. Soon I see a tweenager type boy walking through the crowd, tooting on the pipes, followed by children carrying big boats. They looked like scouts, and later I found out they were from the youth ...

Crazy Monks!

A travel blog entry by sparsel


... us to get onto the step of the island. It wasn't too difficult, but I could see that it would be quite difficult and dangerous if the ocean was even more violent than it was today.

Skellig Micheal is a jagged 217m high island and is larger of the two islands and is a Unesco World Heritage site. Skellig Micheal is the last place you would think anyone would land, let alone have a community there. Yet early Christian monks settled ...

Arica...Checking out Arica.

A travel blog entry by cluainfia


... him and told him I would contact him on our return to Ireland after spending a few months in Lanzarote over the winter months.
We took a trip down to Cahesiiveen to meet him and to see what kind of a boat he had.
He had it in dry dock in Murphy's Boatyard in Valentia over the winter months and he was doing some work on it when we arrived down.
He showed us around the boat and invited us down for a sail when he had it in the water.

The Ring of Kerry! Part 2

A travel blog entry by mccloskey22


... and offered almost a complete isolation from the outside world. It was the old house of Ireland most famous son - Daniel O'Connell "The Liberator". It was a beautiful house but the views and surrounding area are what stole the show. We had a man come and speak to us about the significance of O'Connell and gave us a background to the home and his life there.

This was followed by a fairly long drive through the Kerry countryside. ...

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This hotel, located on Old Post Office Street, Cahersiveen, is near The Skellig Experience, Old Slate Quarry, St. Brendan's Well, and The Anchor.
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