Things to Do in Cahersiveen

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Things to Do in Cahersiveen

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  • clotmg
    Ireland92 contributions
    Stayed for three nights -- would recommend to anyone wanting a break from hussle of life -- great to unwind -- the gardens are lovely and great to explore -- Hotel has a thai restaurant and serve a beautiful breakfast -- in summer time they also have cafe open. We ate out as not into Thai food and not adventurous -- but would return just to unwind and relax
    Written March 3, 2022
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  • Jenny
    New York City, NY2 contributions
    Stunning fort! The highlight however is the stunning, charismatic Jibbles, a buxom sheep who is as friendly as a wee dog, who guards the front door. Jibbles likes to be hand fed grass, head scratches, and will lift a fire leg to paw at you if you aren’t paying enough attention. She is a sweet angel and potentially a faery sheep.
    Written April 11, 2022
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  • HowlnBubba
    Key Largo, FL1,449 contributions
    This was a 15th century home of the McCarthy clan. It is now a ruin that is safer seen from the road, not to mention the fact that it is more impressively attractive from a distance. I love castle ruins, so I guess I am biased to give this a higher than Average rating. Anyway, it's free - after all, no signs or paths.
    Written September 29, 2019
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  • hanna186
    London, UK60 contributions
    I visited this church in the tour of Ring of Carry. Remarkable and solid built church and I am sure you will enjoy.
    Written October 30, 2019
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  • Lochlainneach
    County Dublin, Ireland43 contributions
    If you go to visit Cahergal stone fort be sure to walk a little further up the road to see Leacanabuailr Stone fort too. In fact, visit this one first! It is an amazingly restored stone fort, the medieval dwelling of a rich landowner in the area. These forts were the protected residence for an extended family including all their livestock. Amazing views of the Iveragh Peninsula in the distance. This fort is not as high as the Cahergal fort but it's equally interesting. It even has an underground passage in it,
    Written September 30, 2020
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  • Tracey
    Newbridge, Ireland191 contributions
    We have often visited Cahirciveen but never went into the Barracks building. The gentleman who met us was very friendly and informative. The building itself is lovely on the outside with a picnic area to the front. We did the tour inside which was only €2.50 per adult. There was lots of information about the Fenian presence in Cahirciveen in the early 20th century and a wealth of information about Daniel O'Connell. Great way to spend half an hour in Cahirciveen.
    Written August 10, 2020
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  • Wolfgang S
    Strasswalchen, Austria68 contributions
    This pilgrim path to this great mountain is always worth a hike. Beautiful path and at the summit (in good weather) breathtaking.
    Is a recommendation worth.
    Written June 6, 2019
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  • TomH
    1 contribution
    A beautiful hill walk located on the hills overlooking Cahersiveen and Valentia island takes you up to fabulous views from this attraction. You may meet a sheep or two and also some fairies who have their homes on the route as you head up to the viewing platform!! Highly recommended.
    Written July 15, 2019
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  • Alanna K
    Cahersiveen, Kerry, Ireland74 contributions
    Myself and my friend decided to go this week. We are two locals looking up at the mountain every day.... what amazing views... a great way to spend a few hours
    Written June 28, 2019
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  • chris_nidecker
    Canton of Basel, Switzerland31 contributions
    should be copied around the wold, what a gift to see the milk street at night, see the stars without any disturbing lights around!
    Written June 5, 2019
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  • 652jeniferw
    Mount Pleasant, MI377 contributions
    I know that this is just a roadside park and was not expecting much, but I was delightfully surprised. I thought the ruins of the house across the river were very interesting, but the highlight was the garden walk. It is such a nice area to wander and reflect. There are placards with some information on his and Irish history. Other than the fact that we were there with a tour bus full of people, it was a peaceful place.
    Written August 22, 2018
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  • stephenbrg
    Townsville, Australia604 contributions
    This is a truly wierd sculpture. It is on the entrance to town, if you are doing the ring of Kerry anti-clockwise, and you are almost past it before realising what it is. Good delineation of the monks.
    Written October 12, 2019
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  • Toni O
    Cahersiveen, Ireland2 contributions
    A very interesting & unusual photo gallery with work by local photographer Marc Moller. Local views on canvas and a collection of framed prints.
    Written April 29, 2018
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  • RosemaryBi
    17 contributions
    Interesting place but unfortunately it is a dog toilet for locals. Dog mess everywhere and I managed to stand in some reading one of the tombs. A great shame.
    Written September 25, 2021
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  • james c
    cahersiveen8 contributions
    knocknadubar mountain has a path with the stations of the cross. Each year there is a pilgrimage to the top. This is a beautiful mountain to climb.There are spectacular views over Dingle bay and the Blasket islands.The stations were erected circa 1890 by a Canon Brosnan. At the summit there is a large cross.
    Written April 2, 2010
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