Randles Clonakilty Hotel

Address: Wolfe Tone Street, Clonakilty, County Cork, ., Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Wolfe Tone Street, Clonakilty, is near Michael Collins Memorial Centre, Birthplace of Michael Collins, Temblebryan Stone Circle, and Castle Freke.
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Travel Blogs from Clonakilty

Relaxing at Home

A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Jul 11, 2014

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... and in the afternoon we drive into Cork's city center. The streets are teeming with people. We are constantly trying to maneuver around the masses. They even cross the street with cars moving, expecting the cars to stop and some do and most don't. It's insane!

Elizabeth gets a text from Chris, who's had a cold for the last week, he thinks his cold has turned into an ear infection and wants Elizabeth to pick up a Nedi sinus rinse. We find one at ...

Cork, Ireland and surrounding towns

A travel blog entry by pegariah on May 11, 2014

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... disastrously tried to over throw the King of England, and took the whole town down with him. The city was originally built as a monastic community in the 6th century but quickly became a center for trade. Nowadays, this major Irish seaport is also an international tourist destination with many interesting sites.

Along the River Lee, you can admire ...

Day 12

A travel blog entry by averileoverseas on Nov 18, 2013

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Another fine day! Odd bit of Irish mist. Started off later than intended as we had to wait for a table in dining room. Must be a full house here.

Headed for Cobh. Very interesting commentary on the sinking of the Titanic. On paying our entry fee we were given a name of a person who boarded the Titanic here at Cobh. The commentary depicts the story of the ship, those who were on it and it's final moments. My ...


A travel blog entry by stevoc on Apr 12, 2013

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... walls! We had to walk carefully too as the machicolations (where defenders dropped rocks or boiling oil from) had chutes that you could easily trip on! On one wall of the castle people were lining up as set on the outer wall, with a 100ft sheer drop below was the Blarney Stone! Read about it here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blarney_St one . The tradition was to kiss it and gain eloquence of speaking, so we all lined up to do it - catch was you had to lay upside down over the edge ...

The Last Three Days Has ME Lost For Words?!

A travel blog entry by marybc on May 12, 2012

4 comments, 11 photos

... isn't a very popular thing to say in these parts. In spite of being English they were fair and honourable people.
Michael took us past the old Manor House (Shane and I were here over 40 years ago... brought back so many memories) pointing out the rock walls that encased the lands.
In one of the fields there is a rock foundation called Browne's Hill Doleman. The portal rock is centuries old and like Newgrange or Stonehenge it is a place ...