Coachmans Townhouse Hotel

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

    Look to the Right, Stay to the Left

    A travel blog entry by jmatczak on Sep 02, 2013

    3 comments, 38 photos

    ... side, but also driving stick shift with her left hand instead of her right. She got more used to it as the day went on, and I think tomorrow will feel more comfortable with it.

    After stopping for a cup of coffee in Abbeyfeale, we arrived at our hotel in the small town of Kenmare, called the Limestone Lodge. It's a cute place with a homey feel and only 4 guest rooms. Maria, the co-owner, is a ...

    Little lamsy divey

    A travel blog entry by melepua on May 26, 2012

    1 comment

    ... my friend’s house and drinking from the lake at the top, untouched by any pollution. I didn’t get sick, which just proves its freshness. I haven’t breathed air that fresh in ages, probably not since I hung out in the Alps 2 years ago (was it really that long?). I liked the farm life. People are friendly, down here. We couldn't pass a car without stopping for a conversation. People say hello when you walk by. We were invited ...

    The Ring of "sKerry' On Our Way To Dingle

    A travel blog entry by marybc on May 16, 2012

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... let alone how you could find topsoil. Even digging for an outhouse would make a strong man weak1 Now those valleys of peat bogs would be habitable but up in the mountains it is nothing but rocks and sheep. Needless to say the building material of choice here is, yes, rocks!The town of Killarney is way too touristy probably because of it’s lovely location on Lough Leane.After a (very) quick tour of the town we turned back along the nail biting roads ...

    The Ring of Beara

    A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Jul 18, 2011

    12 photos

    ... we liked it better because it was in a natural area; fresh, wet cow pies and all.

    When we got back to Castletownbere, we had lunch at the Back Kitchen, hoping for scones and tea. They had no more scones and no decaf tea. So we each had a piece of carrot cake and drank some water from our bottles. Then we headed for the end of the peninsula and Dursey Island. We stopped at several viewpoints on the way. We saw an old, probably 13th ...

    Shaggy Sheeps and Learning the One-fingered Salute

    A travel blog entry by zolina on Jul 18, 2011

    24 photos

    ... but it was really hard to tell where the left side of the car was. Luckily we were in town, so the roads were relatively wide. And I could leave a pretty wide berth. But all too soon the roads got narrower and narrower. Then I realized that I could use the side mirrors to see where the car was inside the lanes. And that helped a lot.

    As the day went on, I gradually got more and more comfortable with driving. Especially once we started going down ...