The Hotel at the Blarney Golf Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Indoor pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Hotel at the Blarney Golf Resort
Lovely room and excellent accommodation.
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... use. It is now a museum with Viking tools, weapons, and coins on display. Of special interest (to this British history lover) was that both King Henry II (Eleanor of Aquitaine) and his son John, (Magna Carta) on separate occasions, had visited the tower in the twelfth century. Fascinating family. Henry was the first king of England as we know it. After climbing the tower, (you are kidding me, right?) and exploring the Waterford ...
... nowhere near what it looks like! Today we explored the absolutely magnificent Blarney Castle and its sprawling grounds. The castle itself, while crumbling with age, is remarkably preserved with all of the rooms retaining their shape and easy to access and explore. This included a small room on the second floor just above the entry to the castle with a bonus feature in the floor called the Murder Hole, through which hot tar or rocks could be thrown through ...
... all visitors went up the coronary-inducing steps to kiss the rock, but maybe 70 percent did. And not all bought the photographs (those above are me and Norma's work product with my little Sony Cyber Shot. But Norma bought the commercial product as well). But just for ballpark discussion purposes: 1500 times $13, plus 1500 times $15, plus $15 times those who did not climb the stairs; not a bad day's haul for the venerable old rock pile.
... with fresh produce, all kinds of meats, sweets, baked goods, and other goods for sale--- kind of like an extreme Farmers Market! After another little drive, we finally arrived at magnificent Blarney Castle. We began our ascent to kiss the stone, and although the steep, winding stone steps caused me to turn back at the halfway point, my intrepid companions made it! The kiss was quick, so Josh barely got a pic of Grandad, and Bob didn't ...
... the heights weren't to her liking and didn't do it, but had to be done, so I got all upside down. Mission accomplished.
We took a jaunt around the wider gardens, including the poison garden which is filled with various poisonous plants some are even covered up so you can't touch them. Not really sure why the garden is there, but interesting. Around the rest of the grounds is cultured gardens and trees etc, and a giant manor house. The manor house is ...