- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
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... tries ... WE DID IT!!!!! We still haven't prepared our trip to Northern Ireland but you can't expect miracles! The next major accomplishment was to find the depot to get rid of our garbage. "Easy!" you say. Well, I have news for you. Even with our trusty GPS it took several tries fighting the traffic for us to "arrive at your destination". Anyway, we are now free of refuse (at €4 per bag). Thank ...
... life from water to land and provides the oldest, reliably-dated evidence of amphibians moving over land. We also checked out the Cromwell Point lighthouse, which guides ships into the sheltered harbour nearer the car ferry terminus. While on the island we also drove partway up Geokaun Mountain to check out the Fogher Cliffs which provided panoramic views of the coastline and rugged islands out to sea. Lunch was enjoyed in a small but busy café in Portmagee while sitting in ...
... turn off the main drag and head to Balycarbery castle. This is another ruin standing in the middle of a paddock. There are no guides, you can walk right up to it. Part of the second floor and the stairwell are still intact and of course some folks were climbing up there to take a closer look. I didn't like the look of the staircase, it looked like a broken ankle to me so I stayed with two feet firmly planted on the ground. After the castle I went in search of the two ring ...
... toward Loop Head Lighthouse. The sun is shining brightly, the clouds are white and fluffy and there is a slight cool breeze in the air. When we arrive we opt to walk around the cliff rather than spend the €12 to tour the lighthouse.
We walk pass the lighthouse and out to the edge of the cliff. The view is incredible! The ground is covered in soft, squishy tufts of grass and small purple daisies. We gather from the feel that we're standing on a bog and if we ...
... br> For a short, five-kilometre walk, turn left here and head back towards the town. For a longer, eight-kilometre walk, turn right along the coast until you come to a left turn. This road, with beautiful viewsover the town coming down Moveen Hill, takes you back into Kilkee.
Water Edge B & B - overlooking the water and town of Kilkee
Magazine quality looking hotel interior.
Large lit stained glass window on 2nd floor.