Fernhill House Hotel

Fernhill, Clonakilty, County Cork, Ireland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Clonakilty

The Ring of Kerry and lots more Castles

A travel blog entry by danasaffel


... This inhospitable rock rising about 700 ft out of the Atlantic is reached by a 1000 year old stairway (OK, we took the easy flat route) was an early Christian monastery. The monks built odd "beehive" structures from stone in a fashion to help repel rainwater and keep the insides dry. They were totally self-sufficient trading eggs, feathers, and seal meat with passing boats in return for cereals, tools, and animal skins. The landscape was extraordinarily ...

Cashel and Cork

A travel blog entry by tippins_rufio


... the city limits and on our way to Cashel in no time at all.

On the drive to Cashel we had our first views of the verdant countryside and the ubiquitous Medieval ruins that dot the landscape. Rufio soon had his first experience with the infamous narrow winding lanes and "walkers", as we started to call the locals in all parts of the country who stroll the dangerous roadways so nonchalantly. Upon arrival in Cashel, we had a grand tour of the tiny village as Rufio missed a few ...

Good Craic in Cork!

A travel blog entry by dizzysparkles


Ahh life is grand (grand is a term often used here) in beautiful Ireland! I am spending 6 nights in Cork and then Gina and I are renting a car and beginning an EPIC journey all around Ireland on Wednesday! No Adrian - he needs to study for finals! I was soo excited to meet some Irish people! Gina and Adrian took me to the indoor market (rains so much here!) and I had lamb stew, which was delish! I'm pretty sure I blushed when ...

The Long Road to Clonakilty - Ireland, Day 4

A travel blog entry by wojazz3


... br> Lower Dunmore East as they refer to it (as if the town needs to be divided because of its massive size) has a beautiful beach in a very well protected bay and looks out to Hook Head where the lighthouse is visible in the distance. We grabbed a cup of hot chocolate at the Spinnaker Bar and then wandered down to the beach. I spent three days in Dunmore East once and it seems that this beach is the part time home to at least one lonely hound. Other folks will bring their pets to ...

Directionally Challenged

A travel blog entry by melepua


... and pulled me back to safety before I could blink. As I stood up, steadying my head from little stars (What a great headline: "Girl faints while kissing the Blarney Stone, falls to the green grass below") and was practically accosted by the disgruntled teenager photographer, who hit my shoulder to get my attention and hand me my precious photo ticket. Believe me you, I scurried down those castle stairs faster than molten iron, after enjoying the view for ...

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This hotel, located on Fernhill, Clonakilty, is near Michael Collins Memorial Centre, Birthplace of Michael Collins, Temblebryan Stone Circle, and Castle Freke.
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