Hungry Hill Lodge

Address: 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


A travel blog entry by jukes on Oct 01, 2014

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... at all, don't think he trusts me, and I have no reason at all to trust him to navigate!!! It was after 7pm when we got back. Read the paper, blogged and have just watched The Most Exotic Marigold Hotel with Judi Dench, I had seen it before. Very enjoyable. Breaking news says Kev, there's a half page photo of Jimmy Gopperth in the Irish Independent, he's playing in the Guiness pro 12 ( like our Super 15) for Leinster, he recognised ...

Week 7

A travel blog entry by lizab2004 on Aug 24, 2014

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... Chase at McSweeneys, and Dennis was there as well within a few minutes. We bought some steaks across the street at the butchers for dinner and headed back to the cottage.

We had reservations to go out to the Skellig Islands for Wednesday, but Dan, the guy that I made the reservations with, had told me to call both Monday and Tuesday evenings to confirm with him because you can't go out there unless the weather is okay. Sure enough, he told me Tuesday evening that ...

Episode 2

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on May 25, 2014

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... now exploring the country at a leisurely pace, thank goodness; don’t think my nerves could have stood too much more of belting up and down motorways, all very boring:

Followed a walking tour around Kilkenny and seen some churches and the castle and some other points of interest. Might have seen more if the map had been somewhat more accurate but due to it’s short comings we did come across an ‘Elvis’ garden which was different ...

Muckross Madness

A travel blog entry by tina.hayden on Jul 21, 2013

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... us down to the Abbey. It is an amazing structure. As soon as I stepped in to the Abbey the energy from hundreds of years ago flowed over me. It was quite an experience. In the center of the Abbey is a giant yew tree that is one of the oldest trees in Ireland, guesstimated to be 500+ years old. I think that has quite a bit to do with the energy as it is known to have many magickal properties. The Abbey was simply incredible. As we ...

Ireland's Most Southwesterly Point

A travel blog entry by kwichman on Aug 24, 2012

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... 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 ...