Hagal Healing Farm

Coomleigh West, Bantry, County Cork, Ireland | Spa
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This spa, located on Coomleigh West, Bantry, is near Catherine Hammond Gallery and Carraig An Cappeen.
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    My Birthday!

    A travel blog entry by narabouts on May 12, 2014

    14 photos

    ... a neck, back and shoulder massage-I now have two-thank you Beck! He also bought me a pair of silver earrings in the shape of shamrocks. Chris and Doug came over and gave me a lovely brooch with a blue stone, which matches the necklace they gave me last year. Chris also gave me a handkerchief on which she had embroidered my initial "R"-it's too nice to use! We set off towards Bantry via the Mizen Head peninsula, stopping off for coffee in ...

    Day 2 Dunmore East to Kilsane

    A travel blog entry by mjtom7 on Apr 12, 2013

    ... on Friday night was a nightmare so programmed the gps for kinsale anther seaside spot we had been told was great. What a good decision after lots of stress travelling ate arrived at this gorgeous little place that was a nightmare to drive around as the roads were so narrow eventually stumbled across the White House inn what a fabulous spot we got the last room and a spot at the bar toooo much guiness ad murphy's stout seafood chowder and Irish music fantastic ...

    It's a Long Long Way to Tipperary

    A travel blog entry by pegsaroni on May 19, 2012

    8 photos

    ... out. The father of the guy heard what was happening and he too came down, after all this was his only son, one he was pretty close to too. There was nothing to be done though, his guy was a goner. Toward the end, the princess piped up and said, "***** please, I'm a fekking fairy, I'm magic. I can save his life by taking him to the other world, where no one grows old, feels pain and it rains Guinness on command." "Do it," said the father because he couldn't stand to see his ...

    Beara Peninsula

    A travel blog entry by jjarnold on Jun 17, 2011

    13 photos

    ... braved the Healy Pass. Takes some concentration driving but worth every bit. Most spectacular and the statuary and explanatory plaque at the top of the Pass are interesting. Don't miss the "1931" in the cliff face.

    From Lauragh we drove north until we found the sign for Gleninchaquin Park. Down a looooong boreen to the point that I was sure I had missed a turnoff and would end up in some farmer's yard, but all of a sudden there ...

    Bike Riding in Kilarney

    A travel blog entry by ostrowski on May 22, 2011

    1 comment, 31 photos

    ... an ATM since some restaurants and pubs don't accept credit cards. The search was on since several of the ones we had been directed to were out of service. Finally we were successful and moved on to the bike shop to rent bikes for the day. Dermot O'Sullivan took care of us well. He provided us with new bikes, helmets, a lock, and a map. But before we took off there was a lot of conversation. Dermot showed us pictures of ...