Muskerry Arms

Blarney, County Cork, Ireland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Blarney

Gift of Gab

A travel blog entry by kingmilo


... was built 600 years ago. It is said to give the "gift of gab" or "eloquence" to the person who kisses it. I can now talk the hind leg off a donkey.

Blarney is a cute, diminutive and compact town consisting of old grey stone buildings crammed together side-by-side; a traipse up a hill gets you to the Castle.

This is Just Blarney!!

A travel blog entry by rjknowltn


... narrow spiral staircase entirely made of stone to the top of the castle was a challenge in itself. One hundred steps to the top reaching the stone which requires you to lay on your back, grab the metal bars and stick your head underneath the stone with glimpses of the ground 85 ft below you. I chickened out, then a man said you've come all this way, just do it. Proof is in the pictures....I ...

The Last Three Days Has ME Lost For Words?!

A travel blog entry by marybc


... place for us. In any case... the crystal is not made here anymore, or so we were told.
So.... back on the road we found a terrific B&B in Carrick on Suir. Quiet, peaceful and overlooking a castle. Perfect end to the day.
So that was the end of the first of three amazing days.
Next day we left Carrick on Suir heading for The Rock of Cashel. Rising above the Tipperary Plain this was the seat of royal and priestly power for more than ...

Extreme Castle Climbers

A travel blog entry by lmedear2


... Wall that our driver pointed out to us. He said that leprechauns were reported to live in the little holes and nooks in the wall, and the best time to go find them is at 3 am after the pubs close. Our driver, Mike, was very nice, and even told us his secret recipe for a Winter Warmer: start with a heated cup, then add two parts water and one part Jameson whiskey, with a spoon of brown sugar and honey. That's a drink worthy of ...


A travel blog entry by rachel.mazzola


I have decided to keep track of some new yummy recipes I come across, come up with, and decide to try while here in Ireland.

The first recipe worth noting (as all others were just pasta, chicken, pasta with chicken, etc) follows:

1. Mussels (from the English Market) in a white wine pesto sauce served over noodles.

This is exactly how it sounds. Simply put the pasta on to cook first. Then put some white wine, and olive ...

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This hotel, located in Blarney, is near Blarney Castle & Rock, Blarney Stone, Blarney Woolen Mills, and Little Skellig.
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