Blarney Woollen Mills Hotel

Address: Blarney Village, Blarney, County Cork, Ireland | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Blarney Village, Blarney, is near Blarney Castle & Rock, Blarney Woolen Mills, Blarney Stone, and Little Skellig.
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsBlarney Woollen Mills Hotel

          Reviewed by narabouts

          Blarney Woollen Mill

          Reviewed May 9, 2014
          by (1 review) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

          Good coffee and patisseries!

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Blarney Woollen Mills Hotel

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
           

          Travel Blogs from Blarney

          Country Journey

          A travel blog entry by carlatrine on Oct 26, 2015

          6 comments, 11 photos

          ... the Castle was not too crowded. With well-maintained grounds and a fun kiss on the Blarney Stone, I have to say that I loved visiting the castle grounds.One thing I noticed in Ireland is they are pet friendly. At the Rock and the Blarney Castle people bring their dogs and walk around the grounds. Thought that was pretty cool.

          Day two started with a trip to Garnish Island, located in the harbour of Glengarriff. It's a ...

          Preparations/Training

          A travel blog entry by bernie_mac on Jul 15, 2014

          ... down here...this is linked with my fear of the whip, trusting belayers, fear of the whip and my original fear of heights. But climbing that 7a slab route and setting that monstrous 7b thing that I still have to get onto has sparked my interest again. Think also finding a bomber belayer and also seeing Nicola learning to lead belay and start getting into the entire thing helped spark it.

          Learning Spanish:

          Ok so I have a couple of points on this bad ...

          What a corker

          A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Apr 24, 2014

          119 photos

          ... We later found out that part of the reason for there being so many ruins was that there had been a tax brought in for all buildings with roofs; this led to many of these relics having their roofs intentionally destroyed to avoid the tax, so lots of amazing old buildings were quickly reduced to unkempt ruins in a very short sighted tax grab. A huge shame!

          Jamie's uncle's brother, Ruari, who we ended up staying with, had recommended we stop at the Rock ...

          Castlemaine to Blarney

          A travel blog entry by carol53 on Jun 09, 2013

          2 comments, 20 photos

          ... more towns starting with Bally, and we have found out it means place of or land of.

          As the Blarney Castle was our next attraction on our to-do list we got off the main road at Macroom and took the winding scenic route into Blarney where we had decided to stay the night. We will go to the castle first thing tomorrow as there wasn't time to do it justice today. Had one interesting experience as we approached Blarney... Due to parked ...

          Day Nine – Whiskey Tasting Day

          A travel blog entry by meckley on Oct 19, 2012

          21 photos

          ... to the King of Munster. It is this stone that the locals pee on and the tourists kiss! Queen Elizabeth I commanded the Earl of Leicester to take the castle from the McCarthys, but the queen was constantly sent long letters that said nothing, but praise for her. The queen finally remarked that the letters were all "Blarney."

          I liked this castle from the last trip. It wasn’t the lure of kissing the stone, but the castle was ...