Cleevaun Country Lodge
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Today was a Lon drive over to dingle. Some small roads, but pretty scenery! However before our road trip we did stop at fort Charles (in kinsale) it was neat, but not a whole lot their except the building itself.. But they did seem to be working on a bunch of stuff... Anyway beautiful drive, even if it was a little long and stressful! It had great cliff edge views on tiny two lane winding roads! O did I mention ...
... forgotten the Gaelic but it was a fun time. We then sauntered round to the other pub, which had just opened up and was starting to serve food. It was worth the wait and we walked back to our vans, replete! We got back just in time before the rain came and decided, after a game of cards, to have an early night in readiness for our long journey to Kilkenny in the ...
Today we cruise down the West Coast, seeing beautiful beaches, golden sand and of course cliffs. Our first stop which was shortly after leaving the centre of town in Galway was at the Dunguaire Castle. The castle dates back to the 16th-century and even though the tower, its defensive wall and grounds have been restored, it is thought to be the most photographed castle in Ireland. I know I took plenty of pictures. From they we ...
Compared to the previous day, this one was slow and uneventful. That being said it was another day full of beautiful scenery and weather. We had one main objective, but ended up making four main stops.The first was the Gap of Dunloe. This attraction was one of the most beautiful places that we saw during our entire trip. We arrived there early in the morning. The sun was still coming up over the hills. The road wound up through the gap with rocky steep hills on each side. The ...
... ocean with the waves relentlessly pounding the base of the cliffs. Whereever grass would grow seemed to be sheep paddocks sectioned off by either a cliff or stone fences. Some of these sheep proved themselves mountain sheep as they wandered around the side of a hill traversing rocky outcrops to get to the grass. One brave little sheep looked like he may have taken a step too close to the edge that fell away to the roadside, the sure footed little fella managed to get out ...
Other places to stay in Dingle
Annascaul Road, Dingle | 4 star hotelfrom $169
- Steer clear of the Dingle Skellig.
- Clean but no sea view
- Friendly spot
Main Street, Dingle | 3 star hotelfrom $174
- Perfect Hotel in a Perfect Location
- Very nice hotel
The Wood, Dingle | Hotel
- Well worth the money
- Absolute perfection
The Wood, Dingle | Hotelfrom $130
- Just ok
- Loved Heatons
- Great place to stay in Dingle
Strand Street, Dingle | Hotelfrom $121
Ballyferriter, Dingle | 3 star hotelfrom $79
Spa Road, Dingle | Hotelfrom $81