Sive Hostel

Address: 15 Newmarket Street, Cahersiveen, County Kerry, Ireland | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 15 Newmarket Street, Cahersiveen, is near The Skellig Experience, Old Slate Quarry, St. Brendan's Well, and The Anchor.
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    Travel Blogs from Cahersiveen

    Last Night in Caherciveen :(

    A travel blog entry by jentimemilyadah on Sep 19, 2014

    21 photos

    ... t ask for a better home to get settled in. Actually, it’s ‘our Irish house’ as Emily puts it and we had just the best time there.

    Eoin, Lizzy and Ciara – not sure whose Lego people and stuffies were left here, but Adah has staked a claim on them! Thank you for understanding – I’m sure you won’t mind. Stephen – I got to use your axe, ...

    Knock, knock…..

    A travel blog entry by jentimemilyadah on Sep 11, 2014

    7 photos

    ... we’re at about 6 cups now. Blackberry tarts anyone?

    - A traditional Irish meal at the local pub An Bonnán Buí of fish and chips, beef stew with potatoes and carrots, and of course, pints of Guinness.

    - Adah waking from the dead after a serious power nap after being asleep from the car to the pub and through dinner. Seriously, the bar man had to ask if she we wanted a cot for ...

    The Ring of Kerry

    A travel blog entry by hralbee on Feb 16, 2014

    2 comments, 81 photos

    ... over a couple miles long. After the caves we headed back to the hotel in order to settle in and get some dinner. We stayed in Cahersiveen which was a great location along the route. The hotel served us bread, salad, a main course, coffee/tea, and dessert both nights as well as breakfast and lunch. After dinner on Friday the group of us played some icebreakers in order for all of us to get to know each other since most of us didn't know more than a few people on the ...

    Dingle Peninsula and Killarney

    A travel blog entry by nicole_gilbert on Jul 09, 2013

    25 photos

    ... the hang out with the locals while our good old Nicole snubbed them and stayed locked away in her caravan, there's some great Aussie friendliness for you!!! These little homes again i think were used in the famine where anywhere up to 10 people would be crammed in to these tiny little building. They are protected under the law, much like our heritage listed buildings and tourist buses stop and we each give this lovely lady our 2 Euro, i actually think she ...

    Ring of Kerry

    A travel blog entry by kwichman on Aug 26, 2012

    9 photos

    ... br>
    Putting aside all the negatives of the drive, some of the highlights... We got to see three circle forts. One at the beginning when we were still energized for the day and two towards the end. These are large stone forts built in a massive circle. 4,000 years ago when they were built, the people did not have mortar and so they just carefully placed all the stones by hand. The walls are 4 feet thick with cave ...