Fernhill House Hotel

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

    Whiskey Lovers Unite

    A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Aug 07, 2014

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    ... inside and adults on the patio. Just as we get our plates Elizabeth notices some very light sprinkling. It's not too bad, the clouds are not very grey and there is still blue sky. We find an umbrella for the table so we stay outside. We're almost done eating when the rain pours forth form the clouds like a tidal wave and we're forced to migrate inside. Fortunately the kids are done, providing space at the kitchen table. We relax after dinner, sipping Jameson, of ...

    Monday

    A travel blog entry by fougereg on Jun 09, 2014

    ... means one eye warrior Kil means there was a church. Balli means gathering place. Don was entertaining and knowledgeable We then tour St Multose Church built in 1190. .After a short rest we off to Fort Charles a nice little 45 minute walk up and down a few hills. Most of the fort is in ruins however the views excellent. Kinsale harbour is a very large harbour with a narrow entrance like St John's On the ...

    Waiting at Cork airport

    A travel blog entry by kag on Dec 28, 2013

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    ... as well as their cousins from Gortnakilla (Florence, Daniel..........five cousins) possibly travelled to Liverpool and left from there. However, the White star line is famous for two things. The departure of the titanic in 1914, and the sinking of the Luisitana by a German u boat in 1915. It was interesting to see the conditions in the steerage class, which many of our ancestoers would have had to purchase for their voyage, which would have lasted up to 3 months. ...

    Irish Road Trip - Cork and Beyond

    A travel blog entry by trina.manz on Apr 01, 2013

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    ... in all the fields. We were also driving past different stone ruins, they looked like castle towers but we later found out that they were ruins of lords houses from back in the day where they needed fortifications to keep their possessions safe. We really are in Ireland now!

    On our way to cork we stopped into the little town of Cashel which is home to the rock of Cashel. The rock means that patch of earth on a small hill that the oldest church ...

    Kinsale and Charles Fort

    A travel blog entry by epicurist on Jun 27, 2012

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    ... warfare ensued. At least 1200 Irishmen were killed in battle and many more were injured and succumbed to their injuries. It was a humiliating defeat. O'Neill and O'Donnell lost lands and fled and the English began resettling Ireland with English and Scottish Protestants setting up hundreds of years of future conflict. The Spanish sailed home.  Charles and James Forts, star shaped forts, were established to protect the waterway. The Bay then developed into a ...