Old Presbytery

Address: Brandy Hall, Castletownbere, County Cork, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Brandy Hall, Castletownbere, is near Kilkee Waterworld.
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      A travel blog entry by carole.hunter on May 06, 2014

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... and I was better as the official photographer. Back on the correct route again we wound our way along the coastline and up and over the many mountains. We stopped at a gift shop/Tea Rooms for a bit of retail therapy and some lunch before returning to Killarney. We decided that if we got back in time today was a good day to tackle the washing. Narelle found a Laundrette by the use of good old Google, so we went prepared with dirty washing in boot and called in on the way home. Well we ...


      A travel blog entry by rsbrowning on Sep 23, 2013

      5 photos

      ... at Coulagh Bay House B&B. The only restaurant in town was closed so we headed to the pub for a pint. There we ran into Terry, another cyclist riding the entire coast of Ireland. We got acquainted over a couple of pints, heard some Irish songs by the locals and had a lovely evening. We picked up some food at the grocery on the way home, and managed to stay up past 9:00. Which also means I was able to sleep through the ...

      Amazing- Cliffs of Moher

      A travel blog entry by dannjess on Jul 20, 2013

      108 photos

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      When St. Patrick introduced Christianity to Ireland, some of the old magical rituals of the past were abandoned. This angered the Tuatha Dé Danann – the pantheon of celtic deities – who were masters of magic. In protest they used ...

      Two Days of Hard Work

      A travel blog entry by hans-brenda on Sep 14, 2012

      12 photos

      ... and all given in different accents and different terminology, some of which are hard to follow, it requires a fair bit of concentration. There was a fellow at Aras Follain today telling staff a story about someone who got beaten up - he had a strong accent and no teeth - and I could understand about every 6th word. I was glad I didn't have to respond to his story.

      Tonight is early bed - tomorrow is sight seeing to The Burren.

      Home of Irish folk music

      A travel blog entry by deniseandted on Jun 10, 2012

      4 photos

      Off on another sunny day to get ourselves up to the Cliffs of Moher and Doolin. Took the highway to Limerick, then stopping at Bunratty castle and folk village for a good walk and explore. Not to mention a sandwich and a couple of oysters at the nearby Durty Nellies' pub. This castle dating from the 15th century, was the best we've experienced in terms of being able to wend our way up and down twisty steps and dungeons, in and out of the rooms ...