Sea Shell Apartments

Ballyheigue, County Kerry, Ireland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ballyheigue

Burren Region

A travel blog entry by bcurlis


Today we loaded all the luggage on the bus and headed for the Burren Region of Ireland. Burren means rocky in Irish. As the day was very cloudy and foggy it made the trip very interesting. The roads were very narrow and winding. At one point the bus had to back up to find a place in the road for another bus to pass ...


A travel blog entry by jamesandbre


... well worth it. The bus only runs out that way 2 times per week so we timed it extremely well. The roads are very hairy but the views were incredible. It was a short walk to the hostel which seems pretty good, we went for a walk around town to check out places to visit tomorrow but looks as though most things are closed for winter. But the town itself is very colourful and crafty. Wednesday (12th) woke up to the sound of howling wind and rain. Forecast 100km winds today. After a ...

Exploring Dingle Bay

A travel blog entry by britanne


... After a beer, we needed to go back so we could return the bikes. Least there was only 7 miles left of the route and no special stops on the way back to Dingle. Our trip lasted a full 6 hours, so our legs were a little tired. That night we went to some pubs he guy at the brewery told us to go. There's less tourists there and more locals. One of the pubs we went too was all people over the age of 60 years old. We talked to ...

The Ring and the Dingle

A travel blog entry by schwinks


... which included a short ferry from Valentia island. It was neat to take our car over the river in a boat for a few minutes for only a few euros. We made good time to Dingle and checked into the Towerview B&B before dinner. The place has a real homey feel, which is augmented by the fact that the proprietor actually lived in Brookline/Boston for several years before moving back to Ireland. After dropping off our luggage we walked the 10 minutes in to town ...

Toy soldiers and a jaunty car ride

A travel blog entry by terrycj


... in the three surrounding villages all speak Gaelic as their primary language and it's only when talking to tourists do they use English. The factory has only had a shopfront in the last 15 years even though the business has been around for a few decades. The shopfront became a sideline business when people kept turning up at their doorstep curious about the factory. It's still not a major part of the business as they export most of their work. They still get 200 to 300 people ...


This hotel, located in Ballyheigue, is near Waterworld, Ballyheigue Strand, Ballyheigue Castle, and Glenderry Souterrains.
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