Dunboy Castle

Castletownbere, County Cork, Ireland | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in Castletownbere, is near Beara Sheepdogs.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Dunboy Castle Castletownbere

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Travel Blogs from Castletownbere

People in Ireland

A travel blog entry by rwarren on Apr 30, 2014

... tufty (30) Garda in dingle Boy in hotel in Galway who tried so hard to get the connecting doors to unlock Guy working in field who told us how to find the Dillon castle "Germans" at Bru na Boinne who tried to cut in front of us "Architect" on bus from airport in Dublin who made us miss our stop Lady from Houston, used to work for Devon, at pub crawl Steve and Bianca - pub crawl ...

Co. Clare, Limerick, Kerry

A travel blog entry by morganmcdonnell on Jun 28, 2013

6 comments, 62 photos

... resedential town of Adare. Heavy brogues here in Killarney. Before our check in at the Malton we hopped on a jaunting car and visited the Killarney National Park, a lovely wooded area, initially Muckross Estate, that was donated to the Irish state in 1932 from private ownership. We visited Ross Castle, which stands beside Lough Leane. See photograph captions for additional detail and folklore.

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Giddy Up!

A travel blog entry by kristie.bowden on Jun 17, 2012

1 comment

... to relax and enjoy it. It was a great day for taking photos of the the scenery whilst driving because it was so beautiful the whole drive, and so many sheep, cows and bulls everywhere. We also stopped by an old church called Gallarus Oratory that looks like a beehive and is from the 8th century made from rocks stacked on top of each other with nothing to secure them yet the shape has stayed ...

Beara Peninsula

A travel blog entry by leann-robyn on Jul 28, 2011

24 photos

... drive right on past you and driver after driver apologetically waves and shrugs. But, with no other option at hand, we patiently thumbed it and in a short while, were picked up by a very friendly Dutch driver.

Our stay at the Garranes hostel and glimpse into the Dzogchen Beara was a really neat experience and a much welcomed break from the busy day to day tasks.

Not having had to resort to showing any leg for a lift yet,
Robyn and ...

When Irish Eyes Are Smiling, the Sun is OUT!

A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Jul 20, 2011

1 comment, 13 photos

We got up at 7:00 and went to breakfast a few minutes early. We both had salmon and eggs for our main course. Erin had muesli with nuts and I had muesli with fruit and yogurt. We paid up and left. By 8:20 we were on our way around the Ring of Kerry. Another peninsula, another road all round it. Rick Steves has a kilometer by kilometer guide to the best things to see on the Ring of Kerry. So we used that as our outline of the ...