Coachmans Townhouse Hotel

Address: Henry Street, Kenmare, County Kerry, Ireland | Inn
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This inn, located on Henry Street, Kenmare, is near Stone Circle, Cromwell's Bridge, Kenmare Heritage Centre, and Iverni Gallery.
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      Kinsale to Kenmare

      A travel blog entry by tfsnj on Oct 04, 2014

      16 photos

      ... was not successful and we decided to move on. As we drove on into Kerry, the scenery became more and more spectacular. We entered Killarney National Park and the road became more and more challenging as it wound around the Lakes of Killarney and up into the mountains of Macgillycuddy Reeks. The cycling portion of a huge triathlon sort of event was being held in the National Park. Maneuvering around the cyclists added another degree of difficulty to our drive. ...

      Milky Salad

      A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Jul 31, 2014


      Most travel days I know where I am going to end up.
      Not all.
      I had this great plan of getting to a lovely campsite by the water near Kenmare.
      That great plan drew to a sudden Holt when I realised I would need to go 60kms off the main road to get to it.
      Ah no.
      So I went to a cute little campsite near Kenmare instead.
      I was tired so I didn't actually take in the place at first, but the people were lovely.
      They got me water straight away ...

      Blarney and Taters!

      A travel blog entry by dinanna on May 31, 2013

      6 comments, 23 photos

      ... before heading south on the bus to view the Rock of Cashel. Next was a visit to Blarney Castle and a chilly walk up into the ramparts to kiss the famous Blarney Stone. We had time for a bit of retail therapy at Blarney Woolen Mills and I managed to buy my mum some "McGuinness" drink coasters ( her maiden name). We continued on to the lovely Killarney Towers Hotel, our accomodation for the next two nights. I enjoyed a lovely swim in their heated pool and ...

      Day 5 - Waterford, blarney and kenmare

      A travel blog entry by dktravels on Aug 08, 2012

      15 photos

      ... stone. Don't quiet fancy kissing the stone after how ever many hundreds would have already done so for the day. Back on the bus for the longer drive to kenmare our home for the next few nights. Was quiet nice as Derek and myself went for a jog and got to see some great. Scenery other than that just in the main town site although that was very quaint and cute ...

      In Search of the Black Sheep

      A travel blog entry by amberandbobbi on May 23, 2012

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... what appears to be driving snow. The sound of harsh winds accompanies the visual.  After exploring the town little more, we headed back to the Old Anchor for a vegetarian pizza (including sweet corn, an interesting topping)  made by our hosts, Brian and Beata. Bobbi and I both agreed that it was one of the best pizzas we've ever had, including those we had in Italy. We enjoyed conversation with Brian about he and his ...