Fernhill House Hotel

Fernhill, Clonakilty, County Cork, Ireland | Hotel
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Irish Road Trip - Cork and Beyond

A travel blog entry by trina.manz

9

... of baileys and milk!

Our first morning in Cork we had our first Irish breakfast cooked in our little B and B. It was eggs, bacon, sausages, tomato, toast and the black and white pudding. The pudding was an interesting experience indeed. Black pudding is made using congealed blood with some oats/bread to make it firmer and is then made into a sausage. The white pudding is animal fat (usually pork) with the same bread type filler, again made into ...

Time to learn!

A travel blog entry by katherine_quinn

4

Time for classes!! I went to an "Artifact studies" class this morning at 10. It was interesting, but not for me because it seems like you need to know more about archeology than I do, so I was confused sometimes! Haha, after class my friend Kayla and I met Cristina and Jillian at The Wholy Grain for breakfast. I got french toast and orange juice and it was SO GOOD. It was just what I needed :) Then we went and checked out the student center, bought bright red UCC sweatshirts and ...

Kazdy strujcem sveho stesti

A travel blog entry by a.net.a

1

... shlednout, sice v detskem podani, rugby. Musim rict, ze videt to s dospelymi chlapy nemusi byt zas az takova nuda;) Nicmene je fakt, ze se mi ten sport zacal libit, takze rozhodne, az tu bude lepsi pocasi, tak se k tomu snad dostanu. No takze vubec, protoze tady uz prej lepsi pocasi nebude. No nic, tak jsem to alespon slibila klukum a hned jsem v jejich ocich vyrostla :D

Mela jsem moznost i lepe poznat Davida, ktery tam byl s nami. Jen tak mezi reci jsem se dozvedela, ze ...

The Long Road to Clonakilty - Ireland, Day 4

A travel blog entry by wojazz3

1
8

... 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 ...

The Beginning of the End

A travel blog entry by bchucks

... here, but the last one I visited (sans camera, alas) was my favorite. It had the most gorgeous flowers and wild vines that grew all along a little river we followed down to the ocean, even if the shore was mostly rocky and not comfortable to relax on. It’s very odd to me that Ireland doesn’t have that many sea mammals – whales can be seen in the West apparently (although I can’t confirm this) but I have only seen 1 seal in ...

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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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