Dromquinna Manor Hotel

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

Burren Region

A travel blog entry by bcurlis

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Today we loaded all the luggage on the bus and headed for the Burren Region of Ireland. Burren means rocky in Irish. As the day was very cloudy and foggy it made the trip very interesting. The roads were very narrow and winding. At one point the bus had to back up to find a place in the road for another bus to pass ...

If You Don't Like the Weather, Wait a Minute

A travel blog entry by rebeccabrent

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... a bit too risky for some of our tastes, we headed out for Kenmare by a much tamer route. On a mostly gray day punctuated with periods of hazy sunshine and occasional brief downpours, we drove east along Dingle Bay and south and east to Killarney, and stopped at the Muckross House, an elegant manor house on a beautifully manicured estate, at the northern entrance of Killarney National Park. We had a good lunch at the ...

Directionally Challenged and Musically Be-Dazzled!

A travel blog entry by zolina

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... The last two winters the farm has had a foot of snow. Prior to that the last snow they had was in 1982. The sheep try to migrate away from storms, so they had to go cut down the fence and let them out. Otherwise the sheep would huddle up against fence, get covered with snow, and be lost. When sheep lay down in the snow to sleep, their wool freezes to the snow, and it’s worse if they are shaggier. When they get up, they take a huge chunk of snow with them. Then the next ...

Lost in Limerick

A travel blog entry by zolina

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... decided to take a short snooze to re-energize us. Check in at our B&B was supposed to be 4-6 pm and it was only 3:30. So I set the alarm on my phone and we leaned back our seats in the car. I’m not sure I actually slept much, but we both felt much better afterward.

So then we walked to Virginia’s Guesthouse, where we would be staying for the next three nights. It was located on the very picturesque main street of town. We were greeted by one ...

Waterford Crystal, and down the road

A travel blog entry by hscoggin

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... a try, and just closed her eyes so she couldn’t see the ground.

We made our way back down, which was a lot easier than the stairs up, and walked around the grounds a bit. They have a poison garden, with all manner of plants that are poisonous to various degrees. I was surprised to learn about some of them. They had rhubarb there, with a sign that explained that, although the stalk is eaten for dessert, the leaves in "normal" amounts (whatever that means) ...

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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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