Hagal Healing Farm

Address: 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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      Backroads of Country Cork

      A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Jul 07, 2014

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      ... us. David asks Elizabeth what the lady said and she replies "It sounded like she said to get a snack." Elizabeth keeps a look out in the rear view mirror and a few minutes later Genny returns. The woman pointed out the opposite hillside where Genny could see the stones. After that it was a quick drive up the other hill.

      These stones are from the late Bronze Age. They are a small ring of dark grey stones, each one shorter than the ...

      My Birthday!

      A travel blog entry by narabouts on May 12, 2014

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      ... the most scrumptious meal ever. For me, it was seafood chowder to start, followed by hake and vegetables. After a suitably appropriate break I then forced myself to have sticky toffee pudding with butterscotch sauce and icecream! Well it is my Birthday! I then felt that I should have an Irish coffee to finish off. Being in Ireland, it would be rude not to! I had an absolutely wonderful Birthday, especially catching up with all of my lovely ...

      From Ring of Kerry to Ring of Fire

      A travel blog entry by fendall on Jul 19, 2013

      61 photos

      ... so it burns very slow and clean down to a fine ash. The fireplaces were then cleaned out and the ash would be placed in the gardens to help with fertilization. Therefore, every little bit was useful and there was very little waste.

      One thing I really enjoyed seeing throughout while traveling in and around Ireland is the stone walls and high hedges everywhere. Carmel told us that the stone walls had several reasons. First of all they used the walls to ...

      Toy soldiers and a jaunty car ride

      A travel blog entry by terrycj on Jul 02, 2012

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      ... by Saint Fionan sometime in the 6th century. Everyone enjoyed the ride even though a little skeptical at first. There were several types of carts. Our cart had the passengers sitting 2 to a side facing outwards with the driver sitting higher in the middle. Even Liam who was apprehensive at first but curiosity get the better of him and he thoroughly enjoyed himself and wanted to do it again. Kath told Liam that his great great great grandparents probably rode around in ...

      Shawn brought the sun!

      A travel blog entry by hprentiss on Mar 25, 2012

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      ... and decided to have our picnic lunch on the beach. Then we laid down for a little to soak up the sun. Since Shawn has arrived, it has been the most beautiful two days ever. Bright blue skies, no clouds, and not even a droplet of rain. We were sweating in the sun and all day I was in shock repeating "its never this sunny here..."

      Sunday night we went out to The Bailey to listen to some traditional Irish Music. It was low key, but the band was very ...