Dunboy Castle

Address: Castletownbere, County Cork, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Castletownbere, is near Beara Sheepdogs.
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Travel Blogs from Castletownbere

Ring of Kerry - Day 1

A travel blog entry by t.bird on Oct 10, 2014

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... tiny, I'd need to be on hands and knees to see inside. I didn't feel like crawling through the mud to see it. My final destination for the day was Ballinskellig, the western most point on the peninsula. More narrow roads off the main drag. Now I know I'm in the real country because the signs here are in Gaelic, not english. This place was mentioned in the Lonely Planet guide as having a good pub so it looked like a good place to me. The pub might be great in the summer, ...

Week 7

A travel blog entry by lizab2004 on Aug 24, 2014

9 photos

... large bus that got there early and almost all of the carts had already gone over the gap. There were a lot of cart customers milling around trying to arrange a trip, but there were hardly any carts. We asked Maria, in the Coffee Pot, what the situation was and she enlightened us, telling us that the early guys were all on their way back, but she wasn't sure when they would get back. We decided to go out and sort of secure a place "in line." Ger arrived back just as we ...

Tired Feet

A travel blog entry by bananasplits on Jun 05, 2013

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... late (like 11pm). As we walked back through the national park, we marveled at its beauty. The parts we traversed were composed of the low lands around the Lough. The area was covered by streams, woods, and fields. We saw deer several other animals. One specific part of the beauty that we were stunned by was the yellow irises. They were everywhere and provided a brilliant splash of color in a sea of green.

During our stay in Killarney, we got to ...

Day Eight – Dingle Berries!

A travel blog entry by meckley on Oct 18, 2012

20 photos

... the Blasket Island Center. The Blasket Islands were inhabited until the late 1950’s. Several bad storms and crop failures on the islands forced the government to evacuate them off of the island. The population had been dwindling since the start of the twentieth century. A lot of the children had been immigrating to the mainland or America.

Life was ******* the islands. It was as Celtic as you could get. In the ...

Ring of Kerry

A travel blog entry by blueclue89 on Dec 20, 2011

9 photos

... again after lunch for photos by the sea. Pity it was so darn grey or it would have been really beautiful

Continued on supposedly to the highlight of the trip where we went higher and higher along the coast. But all was obscured by the mists. Saw nothing much other than mists and more mists. Terrible journey.

Stopped at a caffeteria cum gift shop for a break. Had a hot chocolate again ...