Whispering Pines Hotel

Crosshaven, County Cork, Ireland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Crosshaven

Day #1 in Ireland!

A travel blog entry by kellymeara

... of them on my magicjack phone number. I also called Claire and left her a message just to say hi. Now I am exhausted, after being up for almost 24 hours...and I just made my bed with my electric heating blanket, my pink fleece, and my blankie. Looks like tonights gonna be a good sleeping night! Legit about to pass out I am so tired so I am going to go to bed now, but I just wanted to write and let you know the beginning of this 5 month journey! Ill check in ...

Ring of Kerry

A travel blog entry by laceys.log


... of villager’s homes as they would have been in the 18th century, and the blacksmith’s forge was moved and rebuilt completely from a nearby village. There are also ponies and a couple of huge lazy Irish wolfhounds to look at. So that was a very quick look through then on to Castle Ross in Killarney.

Unfortunately we struck Easter traffic in Killarney, and (lack of road signs again) missed the bypass so got a bit stuck near ...

Home-6 Weeks To Go...Contemplating What Lies Ahead

A travel blog entry by megcou


... if you are in a foreign city, isn’t it far more interesting to seek out the present, than the past? Usually, people feel obliged to go to museums, because ever since they were small they have been told that traveling is a search for this type of culture. Of course museums are important, but they require time and objectivity – you need to know what it is you want to see there, otherwise you will come away with the impression that ...

Well we survived the night

A travel blog entry by davefrendy


... finished as we had to make it back down the hill in time for the bus. We moved at a much more hurried pace this time, and made it back just on time. Unfortunately though, we were told that the bus wasn't running as the driver couldn't make it out of Blarney. We were told that the normal city busses should be running though, and were given a timetable and directed to the stop out the front of the hostel. After waiting for quite a while past when this bus ...

Day 5- Ireland Trip

A travel blog entry by isaacworld


... monks and preists built monasteries to keep their manuscripts away from the invading vikings. We stopped at an old farm house about 3 kms down the road because we saw a sign that said 2 euros to see beehive huts. The huts are amazing architectural wonders. They are on a sloping field in the barren countryside with an amazing view of the Skellig Isles and the Blaskett Islands. They are called beehive huts because of their unique shape of an upside-down beehive. They used no ...


This hotel, located in Crosshaven, is near Fota Nature Reserve, Cobh, The Queenstown Story, and Cobh Heritage Centre.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Whispering Pines Hotel Crosshaven

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent