Christy'S Hotel

Blarney, Blarney, County Cork, Ireland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Blarney

If it's Tuesday, it's Blarney Castle

A travel blog entry by jandjsimmons


... I reached about five inches above the actual stone!...close enough for me! Got a picture of Jim kissing the stone...then he bought their copy too! (so unlike him!). We ate in the cafe near the woolen mills. Back on the bus. Guess we drove through the Kerry mountains and ended in Killarney for two nights! I'll write about tonight's dinner...supposed to be a bit different. It'll be at a traditional Irish ...

Castlemaine to Blarney

A travel blog entry by carol53


... and then that person came to show us the way) we settled in for our normal relax before finding a little pub for dinner.

Pub we dined in was very crowded and full of atmosphere and this little village is certainly very busy, probably in most part because of its famous castle.

Another busy day behind us and more to look forward to saw us retiring to our room whist the sun was still up (remembering it doesn't set till nearly ...

Do you remember your first kiss?

A travel blog entry by apguastaferro


... you could want, especially woolen products, the most beautiful scarves and sweaters, it took all my strength not to buy them all. If you go to Blarney Castle I would highly recommend going to the Woolen Mills. We then left Blarney and hopped on the bus back to Cork City, it was a perfect day, the weather, the sites, and the people I was with made it one of the best days I have had in Ireland so far. ...

Kissing the Blarney Stone

A travel blog entry by candaceparker


After leaving Cobh, we drove through the outskirts of Cork City and onto the Blarney Woolen Mills. This stop was quite the adventure! We were only given 2 hours to visit Blarney Castle, kiss the stone of eloquence, grab lunch and shop at the Woolen Mills for souvenirs. We got it all accomplished - with a little running of course! Blarney Castle was beautiful and the gourd and gardens were breathtaking. There was a poison garden were they grow all of the most poisonous plants ...

The Last Three Days Has ME Lost For Words?!

A travel blog entry by marybc


... the above, I think.
The museum in the train station was very well done. It depicted not only the famine ships and later migration but the Titanic, as this was it's last port of call before setting out across the Atlantic. (as a side note there was a Costa Cruise ship in port... this is the line that went down in Italy and lost power and drifted in Greece... kind of fitting).
Walking along the waterfront you can easily imagine what it was like ...


This hotel, located on Blarney, Blarney, is near Blarney Castle & Rock, Blarney Stone, Blarney Woolen Mills, and AquaSpa Bishopstown.
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