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

    Ring of Kerry

    A travel blog entry by 58squared on May 21, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... I would suggest folks google Skellig Islands. They are a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a truly amazing story.

    I will bore you with one thing I learned yesterday....the difference between baloney and blarney. Baloney is telling a 50 year old women that she looks like 25. Blarney is asking a women her age because you want to know the age when a women is at her maximum beauty. The Irish are masters at blarney!



    A travel blog entry by freundlytravels on Jul 11, 2013

    14 photos

    ... on the altar wall which is simply a sun with the Hebrew word for Jesus inside it. It recognizes that all Christian religions descend from Hebrew. The Waterford Factory Tour showcased true craftsmen but the company went under in 2009 due to a lack of demand when robotic glass cutting took over. The Waterford glass company was bought by a US group and sales are now picking up but the factories are actually in Poland and this site is only a craft showcase and storeroom.


    Ring of Kerry

    A travel blog entry by maurs60 on May 08, 2013

    Ring of Kerry today , typical Irish day overcast,drizzling but so not a lot of wind. It was a great day,views that would leave you breathless a road that was narrow and very steep .A bridge we had to go under that was soo narrow the bus nearly scraped the sides . A waterfall that looked straight out of a nursery book .Love all of it ...

    The Fellowship of the Ring

    A travel blog entry by rebeccabrent on Jul 01, 2012

    2 comments, 25 photos

    ... that she was ready to head back to the B&B, & Rebecca passed it on to me, and we presented our joint decision to Michael, who was bitterly disappointed because he had really been looking forward to getting to the end of the peninsula and driving back through this narrow interior mountain road in zero visibility conditions, which would make up for our denying him his life-threatening drive though the Connor Pass. We suspect ...

    Kickin' it in Killarney & at Cliffs of Insanity

    A travel blog entry by w.zahn on Mar 29, 2012

    39 photos

    ... of grass. Along the way, we stopped at the Corcomroe Abbey. For being about 1,000 years old, I was amazing at the craftsmanship. The builder was very particular about the craftsmanship as well-he had all the workers who built the Abbey killed, out of fear they would build another abbey using the same techniques they employed at Corcomroe. Boy, was he tough...

    "Hello. My name is Inigo Montoya. ...