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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    Travel Blogs from Kenmare

    Honeymoon Day 4

    A travel blog entry by chris.wueste on Nov 25, 2014

    ... take pics. It was funny because we kept running into other Americans doing the same thing. We've met people from all over the US (or the states as everyone refers them to). It has been amazing to see everything with nooooo noise or crowding anywhere. The locals say we came "out of season", but it's been perfect. This is the weather they're used to, and it has been soooooo nice enjoying a vacation not surrounded by other people ...

    Rings Not of Gold

    A travel blog entry by rickandluann on Aug 20, 2014

    1 comment, 33 photos

    ... told us the story of “flat rock”, a nearby attraction. As he tells it, long ago it was thought that death could bring bad luck. Coffins being transported across the county line were placed in the center of this large 'flat rock’ where it was left for the people in the next county to pick it up and continue transporting it to its final resting place. ...

    Day 11- Killarney/ Ring of Kerry

    A travel blog entry by lisa.mundy.754 on Aug 22, 2013

    5 photos

    ... tells us what sights are coming up and the significance of the sight, everybody gets excited and looks in anticipation of it... Seconds later we're hearing grumbles throughout the bus of 'where was it, I didn't see it' or 'oh that photo didn't work' - also very dependent on which side of the bus you're on that day.. So while the tour is a great introduction to the area, a lot of people might prefer the slower ...

    Day 29

    A travel blog entry by owiedoeseurope on Oct 15, 2012

    ... that sentiment looking at them off the coast. Above Portmagee township is the landing site of the first trans Atlantic cable, laid in 1865. After lunch we were back on the bus to finish the Ring of Kerry. Up to the top of a pass right on the coast with stunning views either side. A long valley looking down villages and fields on one side and the wild Atlantic coast on the other. Lots of rock here with very little soil around. Only a few black faced ...

    Taking a Bite out of Kenmare

    A travel blog entry by jauntyjaunts on Sep 19, 2012

    8 photos

    ... of the smaller town sites can be seen easily in a couple hours, at a pleasant pace. I went to see the stone circle first as that was my highest interest. The rocks are huge, and it is difficult to think about people a thousand years ago, using whatever they could, to move them into such precise positions. I had a humorous flash of a group of beleaguered workmen playing ...