Derrynane Bay House

Address: N70, Caherdaniel, County Kerry, Ireland | Hotel
 
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Location

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 ...

    Long Walks on the Beach

    A travel blog entry by bananasplits on Jun 07, 2013

    25 photos

    ... starting in the 7th century. They were quite small and constructed out of loose stacked slate. The second cool thing that we saw as a random spring house right next to the road. We thought it might have been a shrine, but on further investigation, it was just a fancy spring house. At one point in this drive, we saw 3 castle ruins and 2 monasteries from one point. This was pretty prototypical Ireland. By this point, we were "unimpressed" by the profusion of old stuff scattered ...

    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 ...

    Day 29

    A travel blog entry by owiedoeseurope on Oct 15, 2012

    ... a little fishing village. The claim to fame around here is Skellig Michael. This is one of three massive rock pinnacles a few kilometres of the coast. One of the rocks, or Skelligs, is home to the scond largest gannet colony in the world. They are just jagged rock with no vegetation and no flat surfaces. The largest, Skellig Michael, was home to an order of monks who carved 600 odd steps out of the granite to a ledge where they made rock huts and lived out ...

    Day Noai - Dingle Town

    A travel blog entry by lolopdx on Apr 17, 2012

    1 comment, 5 photos

    The weather had taken a definite turn for the worse overnight. The skies were grey, the wind was picking up, it looked like rain.

    By breakfast at 8:30, I still hadn't decided whether to move on to Galway or stay another night in Dingle Town. I had heard back from a place I had emailed about staying and they had a room available for the same price In Galway as what I currently was paying in Dingle Town.

    I had caught a forecast for Galway the previous day ...