Killarney Oaks Hotel
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... when the lighthouse was constructed on the island. It wasn't far into the walk that I saw my first puffin - it was adorable, there were also a tonne of other birds, these ones with cool beaks called razorbills and the crazy big seagulls that they have here. But really I just wanted to see some puffins and I wasn't disappointed, there were hundreds of them around and they weren't bothered by humans so they were quite close to the pathway which made it very easy to ...
... have to have your child show you when they get back and explain. “Craic = fun”.
Inside Killarney National Park is the Muckross Estate - it was donated to the state by Arthur Bourn Vincent in 1932. Muckross house is a beautiful 19th Century mansion. The beautiful gardens slope down and there is a lake right there in their backyard. It’s spectacular. I hope you can see it in the pictures.
It was ...
We did a tour of the Beara Penninsula as we left Killarney for Kilkenny. We're staying in Kilkenny for our last few days before the flight home early ...
- P and Z had a Guinness (Z had 2)
- C had a cider on tap but I didn't catch the name
- M had an unknown lager (she asked for a lite beer and got the fish eye from the waiter)
- P had the Thai Chicken Pie, very tasty and rather exotic
- Z had the chicken and mushroom pie
- M had the steak pie
- C had Irish Stew
... s house and an awesome view of St. Mary's Cathedral.
Then it was on to the castle! Ross Castle is a 15th century tower house on the shore of Lough Leane.
Also located in the park is the 18th century Muckross Abbey, once owned by a Lord of the Guinness family.
We had about 40 minutes to stroll around the ...