The White House

Address: Pearse Street and The Glen, Kinsale, County Cork, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Pearse Street and The Glen, Kinsale, is near Old Head Golf Links, James Fort, Desmond Castle & International Museum of Wine, and Kinsale Regional Museum.
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        Travel Blogs from Kinsale

        Kinsale and Beara Peninsula

        A travel blog entry by spunkandatrunk on Sep 10, 2015

        11 photos

        Tuesday morning before we departed County Kerry we walked around Kenmare and grabbed a lunch for the road. The towns along the ring of Kerry are much like the lake towns along the coast of Lake Michigan. Quaint colorful towns with shops, restaurants and pubs. Kenmare is a great home base for this area, it's centrally located for access to the ring of Kerry, Beara Ring, and Dingle. There are plenty of good restaurants and pubs and ...

        Historic Harbor of Kinsale

        A travel blog entry by rickandluann on Aug 16, 2014

        20 photos

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        Assuming other Americans are as unfamiliar with the sport as we are, the game involves a ball similar to a baseball, a “hurling stick” (a cross between a baseball bat and a dwarf hockey stick) and a football-size stadium or larger field. The ball can be carried by hand, thrown or batted. Scoring is too complicated for this blog. Unfortunately, our ...

        Cork Day 2

        A travel blog entry by winkie on Apr 16, 2014

        1 comment, 29 photos

        ... building. The spire was completed in 1915, and is why any photos take from the titanic do not show it. It was built in the French Gothic and built using Dalkey Granite with a dressing of Mallow limestone. Walking back down the hill, I stopped in a little cafe and had a sandwich and tea. Heading back throw Cork to the north and to Blarney Castle. Making my way straight to the castle and up the spiral stair case. To wards the top I was starting to thing that I had taken a ...

        Day 4: Cork...hopefully

        A travel blog entry by travelbutton on Sep 03, 2013

        7 photos

        ... was and it was a one way street so every time we wanted to go back, we had to go around the block, across the river and do a crazy u-turn to get back, all was completely fine. We even got an exit seat on ryanair so heaps of leg room. In Cork went to dinner at a really lovely restaurant as recommended by the host of our bnb, then for a walk around Cork, and finished the day with Pete's first proper Irish Guinness. Now it's time to plan the next few days and head to sleep. What a ...

        Famine and feast

        A travel blog entry by nothingfancy2 on Jul 18, 2013

        1 comment, 4 photos

        ... hotel staff and us all trying to see "The Boss". Bruce's convoy of 8 black vans with fully tinted windows and 2 Garda were all lined up ready to go and we were stuck in the traffic jam backed up to the lake. So quick as a flash, the decoy group comes out of the hotel and everyone gets confused because they don't look like him, while Bruce slips around to the offside of the vans and away they go. No one saw a thing, but as the locals ...