Dromquinna Manor

Templenoe, Kenmare, County Kerry, Ireland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kenmare

An Evening Treat for a Frustrating Day

A travel blog entry by jauntyjaunts

... Farming is still done close enough, and there is enough demand, that people get fresh milk and eggs delivered daily. The fish is caught just outside town, and your beef and ham is so fresh that it might have mooed or oinked yesterday. So when you go for a nice dinner, at a recognized restaurant...the food is marvelous. My experience at Wild Ginger added an exclamation point to a totally question mark day. I'm going to miss ...

Staying for the first night on Paddy

A travel blog entry by zoe.redmond


... some really nice people. From that meeting I actually came away from the tour now 8 days later probably being closest to those people than anyone else I have met on the tour.

From there we started heading towards Cork which would be our next destination. I will explain about Cork in the next blog. I have seperated the blogs from Ireland into the places that I visited. Makes it easier to view photos ...

Bad Choices, Good Choices and Great Choices

A travel blog entry by lindakhaas


... right across from the car park. It has a huge Celtic cross out front. I lit a candle at the altar of St. Anthony for all the people I am keeping in my prayers. When we go back we did a little shopping and then wrote this blog.

We wanted to eat at P.F. McCarthy’s bar but when we got there it was packed, standing room only, a bad choice. So we went to another place called Davin’s I think. It also had live music, a man and ...

Bantry to Kenmare

A travel blog entry by jjarnold


... boreen we went and sure enough this time we did land in a farmer's lot. He just happened to be walking past with an armload of hay and stopped for a nice chat. Per his instructions, back up the hill, parking in his home's car park, past the laundry and through the gates, climbing through barb wire (not a new experience for this old farm girl nor obviously for Anchoress) and through electric fencing. The farmer had assured us that it was not electrified at the moment but ...

24th Birthday Week

A travel blog entry by fingecl


Thursday, February 10th
This was one of the first mornings in Ireland that I woke up before my alarm went off, because the sun was actually shinning through my window. The first picture was the start to my wonderful day! I walked outside my apartment and I could actually see all the mountains that surround Killarney.

During the school day and evening it began to rain and rain and rain...but this didn't stop us from going out for a bit...

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This hotel, located on Templenoe, Kenmare, is near Stone Circle, Cromwell's Bridge, Kenmare Heritage Centre, and Our Lady's Well.
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