Imperial Hotel Clonakilty

Wolfe Tone Street, Clonakilty, County Cork, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Wolfe Tone Street, Clonakilty, is near Michael Collins Memorial Centre, Birthplace of Michael Collins, Temblebryan Stone Circle, and Castle Freke.
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    Travel Blogs from Clonakilty

    #5 My First Week in West Cork

    A travel blog entry by lauriedeschenes on Apr 15, 2014

    3 comments, 8 photos

    ... to visit. I soaked my feet in the water. BRR! The water is so extraordinarily cold...

    I have a lot of projects for the next weeks. First, this weekend, I will probably go to Cork. There are a lot of things I want to visit there. For instance, I would like to go to the zoo and there is a cathedral I absolutely want to see. The next weekend, I will go to Dublin. I am really looking forward to going to that huge city. There are so many things to do and see ...


    A travel blog entry by angesnowdon on Jan 08, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... and walked a little ways through the forest. Because of the constant wet climate many if the trees close to the water were covered in moss. We got some lovely views of Killarney as we climbed up the mountain a little. We were running a little late as we had to get to Jeremiah's house for him to take me to see other relatives so we couldn't see any of the town itself. We stopped into a restaurant for lunch at about 3.30 and I got a big serving of vegie lasagne ...

    Day 12 - Killarney to Cork

    A travel blog entry by lisa.mundy.754 on Aug 23, 2013

    4 photos

    ... a very good amount of time to see the grounds and enjoy a great lunch.. Kiss the Blarney Stone so that we could all pick up the gift of eloquence and again shop for gifts.. The massive gift store there was 100% better and bigger than the morning stop. I managed to buy a beautiful trinity ring with a green jewel, there was some great souvenirs at the castle, and very well priced.. Blarney Castle was definitely a ...

    To Snow or not to snow!

    A travel blog entry by erbear85 on Mar 11, 2013

    22 photos

    ... were on him as he approached the infamous incline of St. Patrick's Street. While Ireland's best went up and down the hill several times, our own Lance Armstrong seemed overcome with some type of physical difficulty and subsequently allowed others to better enjoy the intense challenge, declining his right of Ireland passage. Hmm... Who would have guessed. Heading home, Erin thought it the perfect time to check in on some of Ireland's not-so-famous ...

    An Irish Weekend

    A travel blog entry by juliaisinlondon on Mar 10, 2012

    13 photos

    ... a cider instead after a few sips of the beer.

    On Sunday we went to Anglican service partially in Irish that included a baptism. Growing up in the Episcopal Church, very similar to Anglican, I knew what was being said, but hearing it in another language was refreshing. Afterwards we headed to Blarney castle. Being a history nerd I thoroughly enjoyed being able to enter and explore these ruins. It was so ...