Strand View

Address: Conor Pass Roadd, Castlegregory, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland | Hotel
 
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Location

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

Week 2

A travel blog entry by lizab2004 on Jul 25, 2014

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... up to the table, pointed at Tony and said, "Are you the guy who has always dreamed of kissing a red headed Irish girl? Well here you go!" And she planted a big one on him, much to his total shock. It was just hysterical; we couldn't stop laughing for the longest time. Dinner was back up at Kate Kearney's. We had a table reservation but it was still so nice and warm outside we just ate at the picnic tables out in front. I have to say it was very nice to put everybody back on the van ...

Episode 2

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on May 25, 2014

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... br> In the port city of Cobh we saw that cruise ship, it was bloody enormous; and to think that the newer ones are considerably larger that this one – phew! The harbour here is one of the deepest natural harbours in the world. It would have to be to have that monster docked right by the shore. The town itself is quite pretty with lovely brightly painted shops all along the street facing the harbour and the huge church perched half way up the steep ...

Second half of the Dingle Way

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

16 comments, 29 photos

... light. The best was yet to come, after eating a healthy lunch while perched on a stone wall we started to ascend the spur of Mount Eagle. I thought this was a tough climb, but that was before I met Mount Brendan a few days later! Back to Mount Eagle, walking along the stone wall, with sheep slowly ambling past and the sparkling Atlantic Ocean on the left was something out a dream, luckily it stopped raining and we were able to take a break and just sit and enjoy ...

Cycling the Gap of Dunloe

A travel blog entry by johnnym on Jun 24, 2013

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... goods, bliss. I eked out my last euros for a lunch picnic in the harbour, found a bank and then on the way back bumped into Linda, who Patrick and I had met when we first arrived at the hostel. I already knew she was a runner, and now discovered she is quicker than me. Damn! Ego firmly tucked away, then, for now. It seemed natural to share chocolate with her. Johnny doesn't share food. Interesting. Summary: cycle, great, dingle, dangly, beach, *****ing, Guinness, ...

Ring of Kerry

A travel blog entry by kwichman on Aug 26, 2012

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Putting aside all the negatives of the drive, some of the highlights... We got to see three circle forts. One at the beginning when we were still energized for the day and two towards the end. These are large stone forts built in a massive circle. 4,000 years ago when they were built, the people did not have mortar and so they just carefully placed all the stones by hand. The walls are 4 feet thick with cave ...