- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... we can eat at our leisure. A word here about animals. Veronica has a soft heart when it comes to animals, she has three cats of her own. Her sister's dog, Sparky, comes down to visit as well. Sparky is getting on in years, so he doesn't really move all that fast. Sparky has taken immediately to Guenther. There is also another cat named Silvester who is from another house up the way, but has adopted us for our time here. Poor Veronica is trying her best to get rid of Sparky and Silvester ...
... south west through the West Cork region towards the Ring of Kerry, negotiating the Irish R roads, which are a bit like our poorly maintained B roads and their L roads which are off the scale! We travelled through Clonakilty, which has a shop called Edward Twomey, which specialises in selling its rich black pudding-the blood sausage. Apparently, you can buy different varieties based on the original recipe, devised ...
... we also did the tour here so we got a bit of the history of the fort.
After a busy day back to Ard Na Greine and a home cooked meal. We promised Norma we would be back by 6.30 and we only just made it after taking a few more wrong turns. Very confusing at roundabouts . Norma had to go to Mass for a friend that died whilst Rod and I watched the house . We had our instructions if a traveller arrived and Rod was all prepared. He knew which rooms were free. ...
... I find a stone to bring back to a special friend of mine. (We always carry a stone from a beautiful place back home. She puts it n her garden - I also have many stone from all over the world that she brought back for me on her travels - better than any gift any day!
We found a beach with sand at Shanagarry. On our way back to Cork we found swans to feed as the sun sets. ...
... and there resulting in us circling for a few minutes. When we finally reached the Rock of Cashel parking lot, we exited the car and made way for the castle. We spent an hour or so admiring the preserved landmark before taking a stroll through the village. Unfortunately it was just before noon, so most of the eateries and pubs were still closed. We decided to head toward our destination.
Rufio and his trusty co-pilot Ryan expertly navigated us to the Gabriel House B&B in ...