Butler Arms Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsButler Arms Hotel Waterville
Spent 5 days during the Chaplin Film Festival. Had a great sea view suite which was very comfortable. The food was excellent at every meal and the service was to a very high standard with very friendly people. Would highly recommend it to anyone
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... commis au service à la clientèle avec un sourire à lui faire craquer la face que la mini-cruise: "Ben on n'en fais pu ben ben de ça... et la vraie croisière ben aujourd'hui elle est annulée!" Merci des informations! On se rend tout de même dans un point d'observation pour contempler encore une fois le paysage... et quelques moutons! En fait, on ne sais pas trop si c'est des moutons, des brebis, des chèvres, des chevrettes... ...
... we forget she is with us. Doesn't come to dinner or talk much. Silent Chinese. Oh and I almost forgot there is a Swiss girl here too. She does everything with us but doesn't have great English. We are affectionately referred to as HHT or the heathers. Everyone gets a kick out of us having the same name. And actually Canadians with the marrying daughter--her name is Heather too! Stay tuned for our adventures in the Sout of ...
... Had a great time in a wee bookstore finding books for Zac about Fungie the resident dolphin who still resides in Dingle Bay, taken care of by locals :). Rich snored a bunch then off we went for a drive to check out some of the rest of the peninsula.
We are still flummoxed by the absolutely phenomenal incredible, breathtaking scenery!!!! pics will indicate this.
I'd heard ...
... Dingle (follow signs for DIngle Town)
We skipped Limerick and went to the Tarbert Killimer ferry- It's about a 20 minute crossing...costs about 18 euros one way (I think...).....I would totally recommend it. It gives you the opportunity to get out and stretch, lie on a bench and soak up some sun...etc etc...I think it cuts an hour out of the drive.
Once you're on the other side, you're home ...
... of dissatisfaction). We stayed in a hotel where the caretakers kids were the same age as ours and they spent any spare time playing together.
We honestly think we could retire their; to mingle some more. To lingle a little longle in Dingle. [I'm trying]. Camilla said that she felt a real affinity with the area and i have to agree; the ground there seems to pull you back to it. I agree ...