Mount Brandon Hostel

Address: Cloghane, Cloghane, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Cloghane, Cloghane, is near The Dingle Peninsula, Killiney Beach, Dooks Golf Club, and Lough Anascaul.
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    Travel Blogs from Cloghane

    Finding the Turangawaewae

    A travel blog entry by cowling on Sep 23, 2013

    6 photos

    ... homes in the area, upgraded them and used them as holiday homes. I could understand why they liked the place so much - it really is beautiful.

    Our first day involved tracking down the ancestral cottages, which my travelling companion indulged me in. This meant driving down narrow roads and lanes following the directions and maps an older relative had given me. The first house was easy to find and despite ...

    Blarney and Taters!

    A travel blog entry by dinanna on May 31, 2013

    6 comments, 23 photos

    ... staircase in a turret, a bit like in a lighthouse, to the banquet hall where we sat on benches by long tables. We drank our soup directly from our bowls and ate our delicious spare ribs entrée and main of roast chicken and veg with a dagger only. We did get a spoon with dessert. It was a fun night for all! We were entertained during the feast with more music and singing and one of the guests managed to get locked in the dungeon for a while and had to sing for ...

    Croagh Patrick

    A travel blog entry by doshaughnessy on Sep 03, 2012

    ... quite difficult compared to what I was expecting. I'm not really in shape, so I was totally exhausted by the time we got to the top. There were some parts where the incline over loose rocks was so steep that every step was so much effort. The mountain top was up in the clouds too, so we couldn't see the top on the way up and we ...

    It's a Long Long Way to Tipperary

    A travel blog entry by pegsaroni on May 19, 2012

    8 photos

    ... tour guide, Carol, is... Elliott's wet dream. True blue Irish, red hair, wont shut up, full of random facts and drinks Guinness by the bucketful. She is awesome. The bus ride continued till we reached the Rock of Cashel, or for those not in the know, St. Patricks Rock. I'd like to say that I walked through the place, but all I managed to do was get a few happy snaps from the side of the road before we headed on in search of the Blarney Stone. Blarney Castle is 91 ...

    A lazy day

    A travel blog entry by dibar on May 13, 2012

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... doesn't look very far but was a whole day trip. After gettting back we went for dinner and had Guiness stew and potatoes (what else in Ireland). The meals here are huge as the stew -- covered in a nice puff pastry -- was served in, what to me was, a mixing bowl and had about a 1/2lb of beef in it. The "Baby" potatoes were bigger than golf balls and there were seven of them. If this keeps up they will be charging me for an extra seat on ...