Quality Hotel & Leisure Center Youghal

Address: Redbarn Beach, Youghal, County Cork, Ireland | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Redbarn Beach, Youghal.
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        Travel Blogs from Youghal

        Cobh

        A travel blog entry by dannyandkaren on Sep 12, 2014

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        ... a passenger's name and we were then able to look up that name at the end of the tour and see if we survived or if we were lost at sea. As expected we were both steerage passengers and we were both died at sea.

        We were able to stand on the exact same spot where the passengers stood before they boarded the tender to take them out to the Titanic. Of the 123 passengers that boarded only 44 survived.






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        Dancing Dancing Dancing!!

        A travel blog entry by steph.carter on May 07, 2012

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        ... I was greated by many friendly faces. The joint was jumpin' again :) I just jumped in and started asking leads to dance. There were actually several new folks I didn't know at this dance so this means several new people to dance with. It was so much fun! I ended up chatting for quite a while with a new friend. It was hard to hear the rhythm on one song so we sat down to chat, but that suited me just fine as my back was hurting. The only thing was we ...

        History..ring forts

        A travel blog entry by nonnaclaire on Aug 10, 2011

        10/8/2011 YOUGHALL... Off again...heading south, through Kenmare, ..... And found Bonane Heritage Pass, At this place on a farm, we were able to see a Rimg Fort..used as a fortified dwelling  , and still amazing after 1500 years.  the circular construction is thought by archeologists to be for defensive purposes but may have spiritual significance. Also known as fairy forts ornhome of the little people. also. Stone ...

        Moby Dick & Creeping in Graveyards

        A travel blog entry by jillymitch on Jan 22, 2011

        32 photos

        ... it was really neat to see all of the really old tombstones and graves. We walked up the hill in the graveyard to the "town wall" at the top that had a cool lookout tower on one end of it. The path continued up and along the top of the wall and you could see the entire harbour from up there, it was incredible!!
        Since it has been pretty cold at night recently, the hill was covered in frost which made it an ...

        Rock of Cashel, Cahir Castle, Holy Cross Abbey

        A travel blog entry by amdezalia on Nov 25, 2010

        134 photos

        ... and the guest house, but it was a site to see.

        We headed back to Kilkenny and got back to the Auburndale Bed and Breakfast, where we chatted on Skype with everyone (since it is Thanksgiving) and then went out to Langdon’s (supposedly the best in town) for a pint. The restaurant was gorgeous and our hosts were amazing. Now on to the next ...