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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    Travel Blogs from Rosscarbery

    WICKED PISSAH-Shipping Up to Boston!

    A travel blog entry by hralbee on May 23, 2014


    ... many tears of joy shed. From the perfect rainbows, to the leprechauns, to the sheep, to the cows, to the rolling hills of green grass, to the Guinness, to the Barry's tea, to the brown bread, to the trad music, to the pubs, to the great criac, to the grand Irish accents, and everything in between, I will truly miss this country. Its not a goodbye, its an I'll see you later. As the Irish say....sláinte! (Cheers!)


    On the way to Gallway

    A travel blog entry by hansonerin on Jun 02, 2013

    6 photos

    ... unless you looked down in the water. The weather has been great. Have used everything: coats sweatshirt, scarfs. It's cold but mostly sunny. Everyone's happy that the LA people have brought the sun. Now were off to The Cliffs of Moher. Before we got to the Cliffs, we stopped at The Lahinch Golf Course...apparently a really great course built by Bobby Jones. It was pretty! The Cliffs of Moher were magnificent!!! They run ...

    Fastnet and Plymouth

    A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe on May 30, 2013

    ... being responsible for the extra inches around your waistline, ha ha).

    The show in the Curzon lounge tonight was a comedian in the shape of Stan Johns. He was OK I suppose, although his show was really dated; you know the type of thing – mother-in-law jokes and other jokes that would have had the PC brigade up in arms. He was mildly amusing, but his humour ...

    The gift of the gab

    A travel blog entry by nikkiandgrant12 on Sep 22, 2012

    ... of it...Why aren't there any rules,then?" "There are rules....they are just a bit complicated." "Where's it played then?" "Australia." "Never heard of it....small place is it?" By now I realised he was having a go at me....so... "No it is quite big...lots of people have heard of it....you should travel more...where do you spend ya holidays....Leap?" (Leap is only 10 kms from Skibbereen...you can walk there) "Locals pronounce it "Laap" ...

    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 ...