Brassil's Guest House

Main Street, Ballyheigue, County Kerry, Ireland | Hotel
Prices starting from $51.00

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Thursday 10 July 2014

A travel blog entry by bruce.durie


Left Killarney today for tour of Dingle Peninsular which is the northern bank of the estuary - we had followed the southern bank yesterday when doing the Ring of Kerry. The weather deteriorated as we drove west and once we reached the the Blaskin isles centre visibility was poor Drove through Castlemaine the ' home of the wild colonial boy' and Dingle where we returned for lunch. Longish drive in the afternoon to Limerick, medieval banquet and entertainment in the evening at local ...

Des églises, de la route et une vue splendide

A travel blog entry by karine-julie


... but with no free macarons at the end of our meal. Deception. We walk on the Main Street, for some souvenir shopping. Very relaxing day, and so well deserved. We finish shopping under our first rain, and under one umbrella. I think Karine will buy an umbrella tomorrow if she wants to avoid her hair turning into sheep wool. :-( We get back in the car toward Dingle. The road is long and the dark weather forces us to take a nap, in a parking overlooking such a green valley ...

Emerald Isle

A travel blog entry by bigtravelfamily


... molds and after careful tapping, we separated the molds and out came our metal figurines! Mom, dad, and Keegan did soldiers, Trinity did fairies, and I did a ballerina. Next came the real challenge-painting them. These figurines were all 2 inches tall… Let’s just say we were there for 2 hours. Kids both did 2 and adults did one and took longerJ Really fun but not my calling. If anyone wants to make them at home, the figures are quite easy to ...

County Clare to County Kerry

A travel blog entry by danasaffel


... Dolmen, a portal tomb (two or three rocks supporting a large flat rock similar to Stonehenge) dating back about 4500 years. I looked under and around the rocks, but couldn't find a leprechaun! I'm still looking.

We stopped by Bunratty Castle on the way to Killarney after the Burren. Bunratty Castle was built in 1460 by the MacNamara clan. It has been restored and is open for tours (and hosts a ...

Capetonian... Sailing from Kinsale to Shannon Est

A travel blog entry by cluainfia


... Cork,Castletownsend,oh it would have been nice to pull in there and visit ...for a pint.
We were on a mission so it was a non stop trip,the loom from the Fastnet lighthousewas very clear.
Next was Toe Head and the Stags where the Kowloon Bridge sunk many years ago.
Baltimore Harbour beacon beckoned where I spent many an enjoyable week with Glenans on Cavalls and Muskiteers visiting places like Sherkin and Cape Clear,Skull etc.
It was the early hours of ...


This hotel, located on Main Street, Ballyheigue, is near Waterworld, Ballyheigue Strand, Wynn's Folly, and Ballyheigue Castle.
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