Strand View

Address: Conor Pass Roadd, Castlegregory, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Conor Pass Roadd, Castlegregory, is near The Dingle Peninsula, Killiney Beach, Lough Anascaul, and Barracks Heritage Centre.
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Travel Blogs from Castlegregory


A travel blog entry by ctcanada on Sep 01, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... along a river inlet through lovely villages and farmland. Then headed up over Healy Pass. This was some road! Narrow and windy but stunning in scenery. Mountains are all around and once over the saddle at the top, there is a great view to the south where you can see the road winding down the hillside, just like some of the ones in Europe. Passed a lone cyclist nearly at the top of the pass, the Irish must be nuts! Can't understand why they do not feature ...

Tá áthas orm - There is happiness upon m

A travel blog entry by mystic1 on Jul 15, 2014

7 photos

... extraneous to me at first. I would learn to love it later. My suspicions were right. I drove the car up the tiny, winding road for at least a mile. It's one of the local roads that is used for two way traffic, but is only a single lane wide. A lot of the roads are like this for at least small sections, some of them, like the road to the site, are like that for miles. The book, Ogham Stones of the Dingle Peninsula, put together by the ...

Episode 2

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on May 25, 2014

46 photos

... Waterford. The film ’Moby Dick’ was filmed here in 1954. No I can’t remember it either: Sir Walter Raleigh lived for a few years in a house in the town and is credited with introducing the humble spud (potato) to Ireland in the late 1500’s. In the tipping rain, me being left in the car, my humans went off to see the sights of the town and the house where Sir Walter lived, only to find that it was behind high fences and locked ...

Second half of the Dingle Way

A travel blog entry by alice-patrick on Aug 26, 2013

16 comments, 29 photos

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My. Feet. Hurt. That is all.

But seriously, This was the most challenging day yet, maybe ever, and I'm not being dramatic. The first part of the walk was straight up hill for about 2.5 hours, I had to keep stopping to catch my breath and when I did, I turned to look at the scenery below and marvel at the beauty of it all. We hiked into the low hanging clouds, the scenery disappeared and it was just us and the pathway, after a quick break for a ...

Killarney and the Ring of Kerry

A travel blog entry by hansonerin on May 31, 2013

4 photos

... why--oh my, the roads are narrow! The Ring is beautiful. Lots of green valleys, lakes, ocean views etal. Made some stops along the way for Irish keepsakes. Also had lunch at Waterville golf course. Quite lovely: great beaches and beautiful views. I must admit, I thought there would be more of a coastal route ala Rte 1 up near Big Sur and Carmel. We didn't see much of the coast--i do think we're spoiled in California in that we ...