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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      Travel Blogs from Kenmare

      Ring of Kerry

      A travel blog entry by freundlytravels on Jul 12, 2013

      14 photos

      ... s Midsummer Nights Dream. Glenbiegh Horseshoe is a glacier moraine of boulders. Ryan's Daughter was filmed here near Dingle Bay and starred John Mills, Robert Mitchum, and Sarah Miles. Charles Lindbergh flew over Dingle Bay on his transatlantic flight. Daniel O'Connor Church is the only roman Catholic church not named for a saint. He was a legislator who passed the Catholic Emancipation Act so it wasn't illegal to be a Catholic in Ireland anymore. ...

      Slea Head

      A travel blog entry by kyajade on Jun 09, 2013

      16 photos

      ... some Irish poetry which was pretty awesome, but I can't remember them at all! We got into Killarney, checked in to the hostel (we got our own room too!), then headed up to have a quick look at the music shop before it closed. Unfortunately we were a little late, even though the sign said open til 6... We reckon they must have shut up shop to enjoy the weather! So we went for a walk around the town, (Haley came with us) and pretty much stuck our heads ...

      Two Scones For The Road

      A travel blog entry by amberandbobbi on May 22, 2012

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... Pub. The place feels very old-world. Concrete floors, big stone fireplace, and basic wooden benches for seating lining the walls. I wasn't even sure they had electricity until the bartender turned on a couple lights later in the evening. Because the busy season in Camp doesn't begin for another month or so, one person (the very nice guy who runs the place) does all the cooking, bar tending, cleaning tables, etc. We sat outside in the sun ...

      Week 6

      A travel blog entry by jolubrano on Feb 21, 2012

      ... on campus where we listened to a live band. The amazing Irish vocal chords never cease to amaze me. What also amazes me is that the bars on campus are open all day so students casually come in and have a pint between classes.

      Wednesday: The crepe man was on campus today so I decided to indulge and have my first real crepe. That night they have a whole bunch of programs going on at campus but of course I decided to attend the Harry Potter Musical ...

      Shaggy Sheeps and Learning the One-fingered Salute

      A travel blog entry by zolina on Jul 18, 2011

      24 photos

      ... was hilarious.

      Castletownbere (castle-town-bear): this was a very colorfully painted Irish town with some pretty bars. We stopped at the tourist information to find directions to the nearby Derrintaggart stone circle. I normally rely on Rick Steves’ guidebooks to tell me everything I need to know. But the guide was very sparse on the Beara. We also tried to find some tea and scones for lunch, but the place we went was out. So settled for some ...