Dunbrody Country House Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Dunbrody Country House Hotel Arthurstown
Travel Blogs from Arthurstown
... rock wall... We made it down without Kissing the Blarney Stone and without injury to Gaynor... We wandered around the beautiful gardens and found Blarney House..the whole place is really beautiful. After the castle we had some lunch then had to duck into the shop to get a fridge magnet..we would love to buy more as everything is so beautiful but it's all quite expensive and we just don't have any room in our cases. Heading off from lunch we drove through Cork which is ...
... area I meet a loud and energetic American (no offense Thomas if you're reading this...it has relevance later). I tell him me and the French girl are going out later and that he should join us. He agrees, and later on we a meet up in the kitchen. We're talking to the hostel worker and he tells us to go across the street for live music. During this time a small Canadian girl pokes her head out, and we invite her to come along. It's a small pub, where ...
... to support an estate and he donated it to the government. The whole estate is now in the possession of the Irish version of our Department of Agriculture. They have opened the grounds up as a park with an agricultural museum, and quite a bit of Agra research on the estate. A nice diversion for a few hours.
... salad - Fish, steak, chicken, risotto etc… Dessert was a whole tray of yummy items - fresh strawberries, brownies, pastries etc..
After dinner I gave a “bones” count so everyone knew where they stood. At one point today everyone had at least one, but since we arrived at Glendalough in such a timely fashion (we were the first tour group) “Dad” Morris gave them a gift of one negative ...
... road shows the 40 shades of green and is very pretty. More like the Ireland I expected. We stop to photograph Macroom Castle after we turn off the side road. We drive from Macroom to Blarney Castle which was built in the 15th & 16th centuries and was the last castle to hold out against the English. We're told if we don't want to climb the 180 steps to kiss the Blarney Stone, we can kiss someone who has kissed it. Friedrike says she will take the men and Neville will take the ...