Blarney Vale

Blarney, County Cork, Ireland | Hotel

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If it's Tuesday, it's Blarney Castle

A travel blog entry by jandjsimmons


Suitcases packed and outside our door (they pick them up so we don't have to schluff them downstairs...very much appreciated). Breakfast at he hotel restaurant...pretty much the same as the one in Dublin....pretty hearty fare. Choice of cereal, eggs, several meats, fruits and several bread choices, juice, coffee, etc. tasty. Off to Blarney Castle, but with our potty stop in Youghl....a little coastal ...

Castlemaine to Blarney

A travel blog entry by carol53


... to be any mind as to where you park as I believe I have mentioned before, and at times it is hard to have enough room on the road to drive through.

Sneem was our place for an icecream stop today and we found a shop with 24 flavours all homemade on the premises so this was a wonderful treat.

From here we took the inland road back towards Killarney and I am in awe of the cragginess (not sure of such a word but it fits ...

Do you remember your first kiss?

A travel blog entry by apguastaferro


... walk to the Castle grounds. When we first stepped on to the grounds, I was blown away, I had heard they were meticulously up-kept, but they were absolutely flawless. After walking on the grounds for a little bit, Blarney Castle finally came into view and it was breathtaking. After acting like complete tourists for 10 minutes and taking about 100 pictures of the castle, we took the journey up. The walk ...

Quick Catchup

A travel blog entry by jkrakauer

... door. The evening was somewhat Christmass based as it included mulled wine, a chrismass tree and a get together of freinds (some of which I knew others I did not).

On Sunday we fit two other parties. One at Shannon's house and the other at Blue Harizon bar. On a side note: Shannon owns a Cafe in Balinspille that we have been frequenting called Diva's. I do not know her that well nor did I know to many people at the ...

Extreme Castle Climbers

A travel blog entry by lmedear2


... s pub, and everyone got ice cream afterwards. I love the picture we took of a bunch of us lined up with our ice cream cones--we look like a bunch of tourists having their first gelato in Italy. Our new bus driver, Freddie, was jealous :)

In the afternoon we started heading back to Dublin through Tipperary, where my Dwyer relatives come from. It's amazing how much Tipperary looks like central Illinois, even down to ...


This hotel, located in Blarney, is near Blarney Castle & Rock, Blarney Stone, Blarney Woolen Mills, and Little Skellig.
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