Hungry Hill Lodge

Adrigole, Cork, Crookhaven, County Cork, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Adrigole, Cork, Crookhaven.
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Travel Blogs from Crookhaven

Episode 2

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on May 25, 2014

46 photos

... works of art with prices to match. Back in 1994 when my humans were last here they did a tour of the factory. Since that time it has closed down and now re-opened under new ownership and extremely flash new premises. While walking around the town we came across another glass works and there we could stand and watch the artisan at work. How he shapes the glass and adds colour, it is very hot work and L nearly passed out in the hot workshop. We did get to see ...

Dingle Peninsula and Killarney

A travel blog entry by nicole_gilbert on Jul 09, 2013

25 photos

... they must be in their 60's and they are keeping up with us youngsters and are a laugh a minute. Then there are 2 Aussies who have just come off a 46 day Camping Contiki tour around Europe, how they could face another 4 days on a bus around Ireland i don't know but hearing their stories about their travels has made me more determined to get back to Europe again to see what i haven't been able to squeeze in this time. Still can't wipe the smile off my face Nic ...

Ireland's Most Southwesterly Point

A travel blog entry by kwichman on Aug 24, 2012

11 photos

... to "point." So, Mizen Head is the point at the end of the Mizen Peninsula). We took a footbridge over some of the steep cliffs and toured the lighthouse and surrounding buildings. After seeing the lush countryside it was nice to see the rocky cliffs at Mizen Head.

We spent the rest of our day traveling to Kenmare where we will be staying for the next 5 nights. We have ...

Kickin' it in Killarney & at Cliffs of Insanity

A travel blog entry by w.zahn on Mar 29, 2012

39 photos

... the help of some fellow fans, I kept the quotations coming during my picnic lunch by the cliffs. Straying from the path was highly discouraged, because of the risk of falling off into the rocky, watery grave below. Considering I wanted to return home in one piece and not in a body bag, I stuck to the paved path. The Cliffs were beautiful, but didn't inspire the same adrenaline rush as the Burrens. ...

I (heart) Ireland

A travel blog entry by guesties_os on May 08, 2011

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... and avoiding mutinous shoppers, all done in our valiant quest to obtain waterproof Gortex jackets - at less than half price - for this very trip. The stifling heat of that crowded summer day in Melbourne seemed long ago and far away as we stood gazing at the spectacular scenery of this magical pocket of Ireland, warm and dry and loving Ireland as the rain bounced off our valiantly gained jackets.
5. Rain makes everything SO very ...