Address: Killarney Rd, Killorglin, County Kerry, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Killarney Rd, Killorglin, is near Eask Tower, Ballykissane Pier, Kerry Glass Studio and Visitor Centre, and Wilma's Cheese Factory.
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Travel Blogs from Killorglin

Day 4 - Killarney National Park & Village

A travel blog entry by the-kents on Sep 16, 2014

1 comment, 14 photos

... the sunset. A few families walked up the the farm and tried to get the horses attention, none of which obliged. Once they left and it was quite, Jen said hello and asked the large brown horse to come over. She made a bee-line towards Jen, stuck her head over the fence and allowed her to pet her for several minutes. Very cool. Jen may have done a little skip dance afterword, haha. Hope you enjoy the pictures, hope they somewhat do the day justice and more again shortly on Day 5. ...

Tá áthas orm - There is happiness upon m

A travel blog entry by mystic1 on Jul 15, 2014

7 photos

... about my getting into the cow pasture to go look at a rock. I climbed the first rock wall into the pasture in the rain and made my way, under somewhat distant, but watchful bovine eyes, to the center of the field. The rock wall of this fort was quite a bit higher than the last one and I had to walk around it before I found a suitable place to scramble up it. I wanted to be able to do it, and also to not knock anything out of place. The Ogham stone ...

Emerald Isle

A travel blog entry by bigtravelfamily on Apr 23, 2014

59 photos

... view of the lake. We road English style again and even got to trot. Kids LOVED it. Mom wasn’t sure about the trottingJ and I wasn’t sure what to do when the very nice instructor gave me a crop. Dad didn’t go. He had enough of horses as a kid. Trinity and Keegan think he is crazyJ We took a short hike after the ride to share our newly discovered view with Dad. Then we hopped in the car and drove north. I did mention earlier that we ...

Blarney and Taters!

A travel blog entry by dinanna on May 31, 2013

6 comments, 23 photos

... would have to begin. It was truly sad though to see all the famine walls constructed during Ireland's potato blight period when thousands starved to death. The British set up soup kitchens to feed the many starving blighters left but they had to work all day constructing amazing drystone walls of no specific purpose, just so they could get one bowl of soup at the end of the day! Lucky for me my ancestor Edward McGuinness decided to steal to feed himself and was ...

The Great Blasket

A travel blog entry by monnat07 on May 17, 2012

2 comments, 23 photos

... rocks. The drop off was so steep I couldn’t even see the stone fence that stood beside the road and from the height of my seat on the bus it looked like we were going to teeter into the ocean. "I got to stay awake." I said to no one in particular.

We had a tour guide that was showing us around Dingle Peninsula, and as we moved through the little villages, he gave us some information that only someone who lived in Dingle all their life could give. “And ...