Park Hotel Kenmare
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... were told that our admission fees, i.e., public tours, are the only thing keeping this farm solvent. Other less forward-thinking sheep farms (about 85%) are likely to be forced to quit very soon.
Meanwhile, we loved watching the sheepherding demonstration. The more-than-eager border collies, as many as eight at a time, can each follow the ...
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 ...
... Kerry town full of shops & of course pubs. Back to Killarney then to have well earned rest from travelling. A stroll around Killarney then taking in the sights of this bustling town full of colourful laneways filled to the brim with shops & pubs. In fact every 2nd establishment seemed to be a pub or restaurant. Had drinks & dinner at McSweeneys pub followed by a drink at the Speakeasy & a look in a few pubs with live Irish music. Another great ...
... food, and a nice area to walk around The day as a whole was very enjoyable, some great sights, some great photos and definitely one of the touring highlights Returned to Killarney about 3pm and some took up the option for a lake cruise, while others enjoyed the chance to walk around with free time before dinner We all took the Jaunting cart (horse and cart) back to the hotel through the Killarney National ...
... right past thier front doors, and the footpaths are only about half a metre wide. The nice countryside starts to fade as we climb into more rugged and scruffy country, The paddocks are all extremely waterloged, no shortage of rain then. It has been raining off and on all day. I had noticed at Blarney Castle that the little stream we crossed just inside the entrance had risen about 10-12 feet on the previous day as there was debris pushed up ...