Kenmare Failte Hostel

Address: Shelbourne Street, Kenmare, County Kerry, \N, Ireland | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Shelbourne Street, Kenmare, is near Stone Circle, Kenmare Heritage Centre, Iverni Gallery, and The Studio.
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    Travel Blogs from Kenmare

    If you like it then you should've put a ring on it

    A travel blog entry by zarah on Sep 15, 2014

    8 photos

    ... parts of Killarney National Park.

    We then headed back on the bus to take a small drive on the Ring of Kerry. We started in Kenmare and drove up to Moll's Gap in the mountains, stopping in tiny little towns along the way.

    On the way back to the hotel after the Ring of Kerry we stopped at Muckross House. This was a house that was built in 1843 and is known for having prepared five years in advance for a ...

    Kinsale to Kenmare

    A travel blog entry by calo4 on Jul 16, 2014

    9 comments, 32 photos

    Another beautiful day in Ireland!!!

    As with most days, we started with breakfast this morning. Today it was at The Old Presbytery in Kinsale. Breakfast was great and we followed that up with a quick stroll in Kinsale before heading out for the day. Our first stop, about an hour down the road, was the Drombeg Stone Circle. This ancient stone circle dates from about 1100 B.C. and is in a great location, with views out to the ...

    Killarney to Galway

    A travel blog entry by tmason29 on Aug 21, 2013

    ... up over the cliffs and then disappears over the landscape. Then the view is back, crystal clear. I know it looks cold in some of the photos but the weather is quite mild as far as the temperature goes.The tourist shops and amenities here have been dug into the hill sides so as not to spoil the landscape, feels like we are in a Lord of the Rings movie set lol,well I suppose Leprechauns arn't too far removed
    Totally wind blown we now head on to the scenic route to Galway Bay


    Last night we were "Those Parents"

    A travel blog entry by melissaandalex on Oct 17, 2012

    ... and left Alex to finish his food and pay the bill. As I walked up and down the streets, rubbing the baby's back to try to reassure him, I was kicking myself. What was I thinking? Bringing a baby to a place like that? I couldn't wait to get up the next morning and leave this town behind us. That couple was probably so excited to have a baby-free night, and it certainly wasn't unreasonable for them to assume that would be the case. I also felt bad ...

    Dingle dangles

    A travel blog entry by wnrdog on Oct 08, 2012

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... remnants. The main road around the peninsula took us out to the western most point of the European landmass. We parked for a bit to walk on the beach and catch the surfers, which made me shiver thinking of the water temperature. This was the first bit of land the Lindbergh saw on his Atlantic crossing that ended in Paris. On the back side of the peninsula, we stopped at Gallarus Oratory. It was built about 1,300 years ago and is one of Ireland's best preserved ...