Dromquinna Manor

Address: Templenoe, Kenmare, County Kerry, Ireland | Hotel
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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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      Kinsale to Kenmare

      A travel blog entry by calo4 on Jul 16, 2014

      9 comments, 33 photos

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      After a short visit at Drombeg, we were back in the van and on our way to Killarney National Park. Along the way we saw so much interesting scenery and experienced a lot more of Ireland's roads. We also stopped in Bantry for lunch, which was nice. Everyone just had a sandwich of some sort and enjoyed a little break from the van.

      We enjoyed our visit to Killarney National Park, stopping to take pictures, hike up ...

      Sealed with a kiss

      A travel blog entry by tina.hayden on Jul 28, 2013

      90 photos

      Today was another off and on rainy day, which seems to be the norm as of late. After checking the weather forecast for the day and seeing that it wasn't supposed to rain until around 5ish we decided to head in to Kenmare and take the 2:00 Seafari cruise to see the seals. Naturally when we arrived in town around noon it started raining. We wandered a bit through a few shops and visited a stone circle site until it was time ...

      "All Gaelic" in Dingle

      A travel blog entry by bergerhof on Apr 24, 2013

      6 photos

      ... exists a 6th century monastic settlement site. After a full Irish breakfast for Charlie and a ham, cheese, and tomato "toastie" for Jackie, we reluctantly drove off in the rain, which followed us all day and all the way. Low clouds teased in and out, giving glimpses of the gorgeous green checkerboard fields of the Dingle peninsula. We stopped in the town of Dingle for a bite and walked around a bit ...

      The Ring of "sKerry' On Our Way To Dingle

      A travel blog entry by marybc on May 16, 2012

      2 comments, 13 photos

      ... from Ballinskellig’s Bay and St. Finians Bay to Portmagee (where we bought a well deserved cappacino and a scone) took us along a road that is advertised as “narrow & dangerous”. Yep… that description fit! The views were stunning and the weather went from bad to good to worse then better as we wound our way along the cliff top. So glad we went that way, and so glad we survived.From there it was more photo ops on cliff side ...

      All about Killarney

      A travel blog entry by storguson on Mar 29, 2012

      3 comments, 29 photos

      ... us perspective on what it must have been like to travel in this mode. Our Irish driver, Dennis Doona, missing one front tooth, was just about as interesting and fun as they come. He was full of information, including the fact that there is a strong connection between the Muckross House--which was our destination in the park--and Filoli Gardens in Woodside and the Empire Mine in Grass ...