Bantry Bay Hotel

Address: Wolfe Tone Square, Bantry, County Cork, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Wolfe Tone Square, Bantry, is near Bantry House & Garden, Sheepshead Peninsula, Riasc, and Cailin Oir Ferry & Cruise Service to Cape Clear Island.
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      Bantry Bay

      A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Oct 02, 2014

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      ... find out later that the Puffins migrate for the winter so all the searching in the freezing cold was for no use. Lunch that day was small-goods and cheeses we had stolen from the hotels breakfast bar whilst not gourmet it made for another non healthy lunch washed down with some vino. That night we booked into bed and breakfast without the breakfast as the owner was away in Australia surprisingly. The old lady next door was managing the affairs ...

      My Birthday!

      A travel blog entry by narabouts on May 12, 2014

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      Yippee! It's my Birthday! I was presented with tea in bed with 2 biccies as a special treat :) We were moving on to Bantry Bay today and therefore decided to save the Bucks Fizz, which Russ and Anna had given me, to have as an aperitif before dinner rather than having a Champagne breakfast! I was able to display,in the van, all of my super pressies and cards, which my lovely family had given me before we came away on holiday. Neil gave me a ...

      Three for the price of one

      A travel blog entry by tina.hayden on Jul 31, 2013

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      ... a place that many worship the well as that of St. Brigid, the christian saint, however it is believed that it was a place that Brigid was worshiped before Christianity, as the goddess of poetry, smith-work, healing, nurturing, fertility and fire.

      We stopped at a pub in a small town for dinner on our way back home. I had a small wood-fired pizza that was one of the tastiest pizza's I have ever had, while Dave and Brittany both had fish and ...

      Day 2 Dunmore East to Kilsane

      A travel blog entry by mjtom7 on Apr 12, 2013

      What a beautiful leisurely start to the day, it appears no where start breakky until 8.30 so we had sleep in then a beautiful walk along the coast and through the woods then breakky and packed up and headed off, through Waterford, then on to new Ross for a visit to the dun broody famine ship very interesting tour. Then onto Kilkenny castle , late lunch and onto the rock of cashel. Then onto tipparary, decided to head back to the cast to cork. Wow heading into ...

      Ring of Kerry

      A travel blog entry by anjilmist on Aug 21, 2012


      ... many castles and stone ruins along the way too. We stopped at the Skellig Experience centre which told about the islands off the coast - one of which used to be a monastery. The pictures of it are awesome. Unfortunately we were not able to take the cruise out to the island because we did not have enough time, but I also doubt I would have wanted to climb up it. ...