Ashbourne House Hotel

Address: Glounthaune, County Cork, Province of Munster, Ireland | Hotel
 
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      CORK and around.

      A travel blog entry by jukes on Oct 06, 2014

      24 photos

      ... shop, the last in Cork to make sweets by hand. Bought some cough drops, they never had any spearmint leaves David or I'd have bought you some home. Caught the next bus on to the Gaol. This was an experience, only need to do it once. It closed in 1923. It was very clean - now, today. Does not sound as tho it was back then. Bit morbid really. It was a museum says Kev. St Finn Barre's Cathedral. It does have 3 spires but only two are ...

      Whiskey Lovers Unite

      A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Aug 07, 2014

      7 photos

      ... gives a brief background of the history of the fort, 400 years of history in about 10 minutes. We walk the perimeter of the fort and she describes the buildings and what life was like for the inhabitants. Twenty four families lived on site in one small building, a blanket being the only separation between the families and one bucket as the toilet. Four hundred soldiers shared the barracks, two per bed, one bucket for every 20 soldiers. Meanwhile, ...

      Blarney Castle & Cobh

      A travel blog entry by heidif on Jul 13, 2014

      1 comment, 58 photos

      ... lunch on a bench watching the activity along the promenade.. yummy chicken and cheese sandwiches. Fueled, we head up the steep hill to visit the cathedral. The views up here on the hill are spectacular.

      Along the main street, we do some shopping, visit the park and the Annie Moore statue. Annie Moore (January 1, 1877 - 1923) was the first immigrant to the United States to pass through the Ellis Island facility in New York Harbor. Then we head back to ...

      Blarney Castle!

      A travel blog entry by narabouts on May 09, 2014

      6 photos

      ... would never forgive me if I didn't! However, you'll be glad to read that we did not pull it up by its root and we are therefore still alive to tell the tale! Neil and I, being the lightweights we are, decided to boost the local economy and take a taxi back to the campsite, which was uphill all the way! Chris and Doug followed on behind and we did the noble thing by putting on the kettle and providing a much-needed cuppa for ...

      Blarney Castle and other side of the Cork River

      A travel blog entry by akreyling on Feb 09, 2014

      5 photos

      ... going up to kiss the stone and hopefully receiving some luck. The stairs to get to the top of the castle was interesting to say the least. Very narrow and steep stairs that kept going for what felt like forever and a little scary, especially when they are wet from the rain. We get to the top and it was so pretty, everything was very green, definitely a different sight than the one I get every day here in the city. Then we ...