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

Ring of Kerry

A travel blog entry by shockergram on Sep 11, 2014

2 comments, 14 photos

... 160;Of course, we visited both.  Waterville is a main lunch stop for tour buses.  We stopped for lunch and a visit to the grocery.   We had to see what the Waterville grocery looked like! Shortly after Waterville, we turned off on to the Skellig Ring loop.  This is the section of road the tour buses cannot go on, too narrow -- WooHoo!  We stopped at the the Cliffs of Kerry, walked about 5 - 10 minutes up a gravel road to a stunning ...

Killarney Day 2

A travel blog entry by glendacherry on Jul 16, 2014

24 photos

After another hearty breakfast we set off to see some of the Ring of Kerry. First stop was Muckross House & Gardens in Killarney National Park. Beautiful mansion which was donated to the Irish and surrounded by Ireland's first National Park. We continued onto Lady's View, Killarney which offered panoramic views over the lakes of Killarney. Is there no end to the magnificent landscape here! From there we reached our destination of Kenmare which is a ...

Adare, Killorglin Puck Festival

A travel blog entry by alandjo on Aug 11, 2013

42 photos

... King is a feral goat (puck) that is in a cage and available for posed pictures, part of each hour. The cage is periodically raised a story overhead so that the king is still on display but can rest and eat undisturbed. The scene is chaotic and between the buildings, the vendors, and the entertainment, it is tough to remember what century you are in. This was the nominal 400th anniversary of the continuous occurrence of this fair. It is ...

Day 4: Rain, Wind, Fog and Lotsa Fun

A travel blog entry by lari on Jun 10, 2013

... by a mile! His humour was seriously awesome, always making fun of americans, of tourists in general, of the irish, of the weather and he kept on slipping in these little anectodes that would make the whole bus roar with laughter (those who understood him anyway... he had a pretty thick Kerry accent). Literally the first thing he did was to inform us that the irish summer was officially over since the sun had already used up her quota this year. From now on, this was ...

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 ...