Derrynane Bay House

Address: N70, Caherdaniel, County Kerry, Ireland | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on N70, Caherdaniel, is near Waterville Golf Links, Eightercua, and Scotia's Glen.
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      Travel Blogs from Caherdaniel

      Catherdaniel!

      A travel blog entry by narabouts on May 14, 2014

      5 photos

      We decided to have two nights at this lovely campsite and we therefore had a leisurely start to the morning. At 10ish we all walked down to the village of Catherdaniel-1.5 km away, along a road without a path. Adhering to the Highway Code, we all walked facing the on-coming traffic. Doug elected, or was he elected, to walk in front! He waved his map to warn the vehicles of our approach, so much so, that it looked as if he had a robotic arm! One of the reasons for going to ...

      The distraction of Dunloe

      A travel blog entry by nothingfancy2 on Jul 16, 2013

      2 comments, 3 photos

      ... set of them in front, which completely obscured the bottom three items on the first. It's a wayfinders nightmare. We took the ferry to Valentia Island and stopped at Derrynane House - the summer house of Daniel O'Connor (the Liberator) where we had a well needed history lesson. Finished the ring at beer o'clock so stopped at a pub and caught some live music before we made it home again and fell into bed. ...

      When a donkey dies

      A travel blog entry by splatkat on May 06, 2013

      2 comments, 21 photos

      ... up to the main drive. The first step was getting her out of the stable. Four of us had to roll her onto a tarp, which we then dragged outside. Then, we had to roll/drag her onto a make-shift stretcher on rickety plastic wheels, which we could then pull/drag 100 yards or so to the front of the house. From there, we had to get her into the back of the Volkswagon van, which meant lifting that 350 pound donkey from the ground up about 2.5 feet. Poor Lyka was unwieldly at best, but with a bit ...

      Breathtaking Cliffs / Acantilados Imponentes

      A travel blog entry by journeythrough on Aug 04, 2012

      2 comments, 53 photos

      ... minutes after I got back to the hostel another downpour came! What I really wanted to do was go on the 8-mile hike from Cloghane to Dingle, but it would have been miserable with the wind and rain. I stayed inside for the rest of the day. Besides, or the first time in my life I got to watch the tide go out and come back in! It was so cool! Later in the evening I was chatting with a family from Wales who was there to walk part of the Dingle Way. ...

      Killarney and Dingle

      A travel blog entry by docandjill on Oct 08, 2011

      4 comments, 20 photos

      ... head...and got it right too.

      Dominic duly arrived at 9.20 a.m Friday. Checked some stuff, brought his mate in from the van...to check some stuff....and reported after about an hour that he had fixed it. Not sure what the problem was as Dom has a pretty broad Irish brogue. I also reported that we had a banging noise on the roof the past couple of nights which quite frankly kept us awake half the night and which I had identified as being a metal seal on top of the ...