Celtic Ross Hotel

Address: N71, Rosscarbery, County Cork, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on N71, Rosscarbery, is near Whale Watch West Cork, Michael Collins Memorial Centre, Castle Freke, and Ballinacarriga Castle.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Celtic Ross Hotel Rosscarbery

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Rosscarbery

    To Cork

    A travel blog entry by heidif on Jul 12, 2014

    34 photos

    ... very small in Dublin so it's easy to navigate. There seems to be one train leaving at any one time. Perhaps this is since it's a Saturday morning. Our train departs on time and we are on our way to Cork.

    We arrive at Cork on time after a restful train ride. It is still misty, cloudy weather but it's not actually raining on us so as we drag our luggage down the street to the Bru Bar & Hostel where we will be staying for 2 nights we are happy not be getting ...

    Irish Road Trip - Cork and Beyond

    A travel blog entry by trina.manz on Apr 01, 2013

    9 photos

    ... get a lot of photos inside as it was hard to capture it but it was even better than seeing Versailles.

    The Blarney Stone was at the very top of the castle on the outside wall and there was a gap between the outside wall and the walkway along the top. To kiss it you had to lie down upon you back, grab two hand rails and then lean backwards and downwards to reach out and kiss the stone. There was a man helping to guide your hands and to hold you on ...

    Kinsale and Charles Fort

    A travel blog entry by epicurist on Jun 27, 2012

    13 photos

    ... Portugal. England, however, was ignoring the grants. He who controlled the spice routes controlled life and the ability to make money from taxes. Spices were critical to preserve meat and it was widely believed that nutmeg was a cure for the plague -- at this time, in fact, nutmeg was more valuable than gold. (Venetian doctors used masks with large  noses which they stuffed with nutmeg and other spices when treating those afflicted by the plague.) England posed a ...

    One weekend in Galway - the claddagh city

    A travel blog entry by lauranieder on May 22, 2012

    3 comments, 27 photos

    ... ring has a rich ancient past that dates back to over 300 years. The design of the Cladag ring and even the way the ring is worn are all deeply rooted in Irish tradition.

    The meaning of the claddagh ring is what gives the ring it's significance. The hands of ...


    A travel blog entry by slaw on May 07, 2012

    6 photos

    ... Killarney house. Unfortunately we didn't get into town until late so weren't able to see much of Cork - plus it's a holiday here today. All in all we were in 5 different counties today: Wicklow, Carlow, Tipperary, Limerick, and Cork. Pretty sure it will be hard to beat that record. Oh and I'm trying to post more photos at the request of my mother who was unhappy with my previous lack if photos. Hopefully I achieved better status ...