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TravelPod Member ReviewsTierneys Guesthouse Kinsale
This is a very nice guesthouse in downtown Kinsale. Our room faces the main road and their is a lot of street noise but Nikki and Katrina seem to be sleeping through it with no problems.
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Our stay at Rockcrest House in Ken,are was wonderful. We started our journey for the day with a hearty Irish breakfast of eggs, pancakes, etc and homemade brown bread that was delicious. The Skoda's first destination was The Ring of Kerry. The scenery was beautiful. Some of the cliffs were a little much for Nikki but we shared the pictures with her …
Kinsale marks the starting point of the Wild Atlantic Way! It was founded in the 12th Century as the town of Kinsale and in 1666 was described as one of the most significant harbours in Europe.
It's a quaint town. Interesting maze of streets with lot's of …
We headed off from Kilkenny to one of the most southern towns in Ireland, Kinsale, in County Cork. Had a very good fish chowder for lunch at Kitty O'Se's and very ordinary fish & chips for supper at Dino's (we were determined to get COD fish & chips and not pay a fortune--bad mistake). In between we did the Scilly (not Silly) walk around …
... is quiet and easy to get around.
On our way to Kinsale we drove the neighboring Beara Peninsula. With yet another scenic and rustic drive featuring grand views of the Bay of Kenmare. If you're wondering like many, about which peninsula is best to drive Kerry, Dingle, or Beara, in my opinion Kerry and Beara are both worth a visit. It is true that Beara is more untouched, with fewer towns and places to stop. We took a lunch ...
... Cork team lost badly, but it was great fun and another new experience.
After the arduous exercise walking to and from Fort Charles, I felt it only right to stop in a pub and have a pint of Guinness with my honey!
Tomorrow, Kenmare will be on the horizon where we hope to see Bronze Age stone circles dating back to 2,200 B.C. … may help me feel young?