Fernhill Golf and Country Club

Address: Fernhill, Carrigaline, County Cork, Ireland | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Fernhill, Carrigaline, is near Fota Nature Reserve, The Queenstown Story, Cobh Heritage Centre, and Cobh Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Carrigaline

    Holidays come and gone! Really Really Late Blog

    A travel blog entry by lmarshman on Feb 08, 2015

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    ... of us. See the pictures of the food.

    Next came Christmas: At first the time away from home was really hard. Since it was my first Christmas not spent with my family, or being home for Christmas. But through plenty of skyping (got to love skype) and constant support from Patrick I came through it with joy, happiness, and plenty of laughter. The apartment was decorated from head to toe with decorations including a live Christmas tree. (Thank you paddy for carrying it up a ...

    Irish Life for me

    A travel blog entry by lmarshman on Nov 18, 2014

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    ... sale for breast cancer awareness. (See picture of me with the cake I made with the help of Carmel O'flynn and Patrick. As of this month I have my own apartment and it is going great. It is the perfect size for me. It has two bath rooms, two bedrooms and a cosy kitchen living room area. Its nice and fits me well. It is situated outside the town of Carrigaline. A small family type town. The apartment is within walking distance of the shops and a wonderful park. I ...

    Waves pounding the shore and new furry friends.

    A travel blog entry by jklezok on Jul 18, 2014

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    ... chapel and cathedral. This remained the seat of the church until the 1749 when the church in town was given that status. Many of the buildings are in ruin but still interesting to see. The weather has co-operated for our tour and picture taking. However, on the way back we hit the rain again.

    When we get back to Crosshaven we find out that it did not rain at all there. Oh well, we settle in for a lovely evening of conversation with Veronica and Noel. These people are just ...

    I kinda kissed the Blarney Stone...

    A travel blog entry by lily1421 on Jun 25, 2013

    1 comment

    ... that?!? Crazy. We also got to see rebuildings of the first class and third class accommodations. Unbelievable the difference between them. The third class people had two bathrooms for 700 people! And the first class rooms were AMAZING. They even had their own Turkish baths on board! Let's just say Titanic makes any Royal Caribbean cruise boat today seem pale in comparison. Well, besides the sinking part...

    Blarney Castle was also a great experience. I climbed all the way to ...

    On the Road in Ireland

    A travel blog entry by the_macs on May 11, 2013

    1 comment

    ... very good acting guides and on then to the Medieval Museum. A quick look around but it was freezing cold and we the drove to Cork where we found a hotel out of the main town at a place called Carrigohane we got the last room in the town of course it was a suite, bang goes the budget for that day, never mind very nice and we have been able to spread ourselves ...