Address: Gleesk, Cahersiveen, County Kerry, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Gleesk, Cahersiveen, is near The Skellig Experience, Old Slate Quarry, St. Brendan's Well, and The Anchor.
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    Travel Blogs from Cahersiveen

    What is that coming from the sky???

    A travel blog entry by jentimemilyadah on Sep 17, 2014

    2 comments, 20 photos

    So, our luck of beautiful weather has run out. We woke up this morning with the first pitter pat of raindrops on the windows – typical Ireland fashion I guess. What to do with this moisture dripping from the sky? Head into the town of Caherciveen of course! And you know, it felt kind of like being at home on a rainy day running errands. Had to go to the ...

    Ahhh, Caherciveen!

    A travel blog entry by jentimemilyadah on Sep 10, 2014

    1 comment, 15 photos

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    - Walking down the lane with the girls and collecting blackberries at sunset. Ireland’s weather is notoriously finicky. Sunset blackberry collecting called for shorts, a short sleeve shirt, and vest. Even the locals in town were amazed by the weather. Score!

    - Crustacean balancing on your head after dinner. You can do things like this when you have all the time in the ...

    The Ring of Kerry

    A travel blog entry by hralbee on Feb 16, 2014

    2 comments, 81 photos

    ... islands off of the coast of Valencia and monks built a monastery on them a long period ago. They are known for the sea birds that live there as well. On a foggy day the islands cannot be seen, however since it was beautiful we were able to spot them. We then visited two stone forts called Cahergal and Leacanbuaile which had beautiful sites as well. After visiting the stone forts we were dropped off in the center of Cahersiveen to visit the Daniel O' Connell ...

    Day 18 Go slowly, "Dul go mall"

    A travel blog entry by britt.mark on Apr 21, 2013

    13 photos

    ... ve ever seen. A clear day, no tourist traffic and another jaw dropping scene around every corner. The Irish heritage board, OPW, (who need some advice on heritage marketing from the national trust), came up trumps with The Blasket Islands Centre. A gorgeous building, full of treasures and inspired architecture, relaying the history of the people who lived on the Blasket Islands, which are two miles off the coast of the Peninsula. These islands have ...

    Little lamsy divey

    A travel blog entry by melepua on May 26, 2012

    1 comment

    ... later in a quiet neighborhood, far from Dublin crowds. I asked the man sitting behind the glass where the fleadh might be. He had no clue what I was talking about. My solution? Walk. I didn’t know where it was, nor what time it was on, nor anything else. I walked until I found a gorgeous hotel with eight year old looking girls wearing wedding dresses. Huh? Oh well, no bother, not of interest to me, I had a fleadh to get to! So I spoke ...