Ashbourne House Hotel

Address: Glounthaune, County Cork, Province of Munster, Ireland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Glounthaune

CORK and around.

A travel blog entry by jukes on Oct 06, 2014

24 photos

... But it was a busy place and lots of new "stand alone" estates being developed. Thru the back roads to Passage West where we took the car ferry (does not mess around, barely put the brake on the car and it's leaving) across to Cobh (Cove) this is where the Titanic last sailed from. Cobh is actually on an island, there are lots of islands and waterways around Cork. We dropped down to the promenade area and glancing up a street, there was ...

One very chill day

A travel blog entry by jenchuck76 on Jul 27, 2014

5 photos

... drive to our next stop. Now, we thought we were staying in Cork. Well, county cork, yes. The city of cork, no. Turns out we were headed to Kinsale, on the southern coast. But, not quite. We got to Kinsale, and then drove through it and about 5 miles later got to our B&B. GORGEOUS views. The town was super busy traffic wise and parking looked horrendous. So we just decided ...

Cloche et Whisky!

A travel blog entry by karine-julie on Jun 27, 2014

38 photos

Signé Karine Première journée qui débute sous la pluie... pas seulement des gouttelettes, mais bien de la vraie pluie qui nous oblige à mettre nos imperméables. Par chance, nous avions prévu un tour de la ville de Cork en autobus. Nous sommes donc à l'abri... mais on ne voit absolument rien avec les vitres embuées. On fait nos braves et décide de débarquer de l'autobus pour se rendre à ...

What a corker

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Apr 24, 2014

119 photos

... hr legally & when we dropped back down to 100 it felt super slow.

Being such a stellar day, the skies were bright blue and loads of green on all sides made us feel almost like we were back home in New Zealand. One of the first things we noticed was the ruined towers and buildings everywhere. It was the first hint at Ireland's history, and just something a bit different to anywhere we'd been. It seemed every farm had some kind of ruined tower or barn in ...

Cork Day 2

A travel blog entry by winkie on Apr 16, 2014

1 comment, 29 photos

Ready for a big day of adventure. The day didn't start out to nice, but it got better the further it went along. I decided to head to Cobh south east of Cork to have a look at the at the last port of call for the Titanic. Cobh was was called Queenstown at the time. It anchor at the entrance to Cork harbour to transfer her passenger and mail to and from Cobh. It took only ninety minutes to transfer the 123 passengers and goods.Titanic set sail on the 11 April 1912. Of the 123 ...