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  Castlegregory, Co. Kerry - 1 2 Travel - Ireland Travel Information Guide
Castlegregory, named after a castle built by Gregory Hoare in the 16th century, is located on the Northern side of the Dingle Peninsula dividing the bays of Tralee and Dingle.
Castlegregory, the capital of Lettragh, whose population is now a quarter of what it was before the Famine, remains the only place in the area which resembles a real village.
Castlegregory really comes alive during the summer months particularly during the month of July when there is always a huge influx of tourists for the annual summer festival and also for the Curragh racing (pronounced 'Currock').
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Castlegregory Junc dep: 09-25; Annascaul dep: 10-19; Dingle arr: 11-10.
Castlegregory Junc dep: 18-37; Annascaul dep: 18-25; Dingle arr: 19-20.
Castlegregory Junc dep: 18-00; Annascaul dep: 19-05; Dingle arr: 19-50.
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 Castlegregory   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Castlegregory is located on the north side of the Dingle Peninsula, halfway between Tralee and Dingle.
Castlegregory village, the Maharees, and the surrounding areas offer a peace and beauty that are removed from the hustle and bustle of urban life and everything associated with it.
Castlegregory Pattern Day is celebrated on 15 August, when the tradition is to eat locally-made mutton pies and wash them down with plenty of Guinness.
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 Castlegregory and The Maharees
Castlegregory and The Maharees contain some of the best beaches in Ireland - the beaches in The Maharees have received The Blue Flag recognition since the blue flag identification of beaches has begun.
Castlegregory got its name from a local chieftain - Gregory Hoare - who lived during the 16th century and built a Castle where the village now stands.
While I am there I stay in Sandy Bay 1 caravan site in The Maharees - this is just 2 miles from the village of Castlegregory and a mile and a half from the pier and a beautiful sea food restaurant - Spillanes which is situated on the tip of the peninsula.
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 The Kingdom - 2002/10/17: GAA: Castlegregory leave it behind
FIRM underdogs Castlegregory came tantalisingly close to recording their first West Kerry league title in thirty years when they put raging hot favourites Dingle to the pin of their collar in an exciting final at the Paddy Kennedy Memorial Park in Annascaul on Sunday.
But Castlegregory refused to throw in the towel and, with Heaseman gradually getting a foothold at midfield, they took the game to their opponents.
Castlegregory were three points to the good and in an effort to stem the tide, Dingle introduced veterans Sean Geaney and Murt Moriarty but they found it difficult to make an impact against a rock solid defence.
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 Castlegregory County Kerry - Ireland View - Ireland's Travel and Accommodation Guide
Castlegregory is situated at the foot of a narrow neck of land which divides Tralee Bay from Brandon Bay.
However the light railway from Tralee to Dingle was dangerous and it was demonstrated by two events, the "pig special disaster" in which the train plunged off the Camp bridge in 1893, and some years later when the train was blown off the tracks by a gust of wind at Driscoll cottage.
O'Connors Trekking is located 3 miles from Castlegregory village, on one of the longest beaches in Ireland (14 miles long), with magnificent scenic views of mountains and the Atlantic ocean.
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 Castlegregory Links
Castlegregory Golf Club - Links course situated between the scenic Lough Gill and Brandon Bay, 2938 yard par 34 nine hole course.
The best teacher is the one who suggests rather than dogmatizes, and inspires his listener with the wish to teach himself.
All women kiss the hand that rules them." (Lionel Atwill) How wrong it is for a woman to expect the man to build the world she wants, rather than to create it herself.
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 Ellis Island Records- Immigrants from Castlegregory, Co. Kerry, select records
He explains that these entries are mainly individuals from the parish of Castlegregory, County Kerry including Cloghane with a small number from surrounding parishes.
Records were found by searching the database for the surnames in the parish in the census of Ireland in 1901 and 1911.
Some emigrants from Castlegregory gave Dingle as their last residence since it was the nearest town.
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 KERSAINT, COMTE DE - LoveToKnow Article on KERSAINT, COMTE DE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
There are chalybeate mineral springs near Killarney, near Valencia Island, and near the mouth of the Inny; sulphurous chalybeate springs near Dingle, Castlemaine and Tralee; and a saline spring at Magherybeg in Corkaguiney, which bursts out of clear white sand a little below high-water mark.
The principal line traverses the centre of the county, touching Killarney, Tralee and Listowel, and passing ultimately to Limerick.
Branches are from Headford to Kenmare; Farranfore to Killorglin, Cahersiveen and Valencia harbour, Tralee to Fenit and to Castlegregory; and the Listowel and Ballybunion railway.
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 KiteIreland - Come Fly a Kite in Ireland - Guide Dingle   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Castlegregory beach is ‘C’ shaped and stretches from Stradbally up to the tip of the peninsula i.e.
Castlegregory is more flexible to varying wind directions but smaller runs on the beach would be need because of its shape.
In Castlegregory, we camped in the Anchor Caravan and Camping park (066 7139157) which is located outside the village.
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 Castlegregory - Irish Narrow Gauge   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Castlegregory - in Lewis's Topographical Dictionary of 1842
Castlegregory, village on Tralee Bay, parish of Killiney (q.v.), West county Kerry, Ireland, 15 miles W of Tralee.
The castle was garrisoned for Charlies I, but fell before the Parliamentary troops.
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 Castlegregory   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Castlegregory (Irish Caisléan Ghriaire) is a village in County Kerry, Ireland.
Castlegregory has a population of 186 (CSO 2002).
The village is located on a sandy peninsula separating Brandon Bay to the west from Tralee Bay on the east, off the peninsula are a number small islands, called the Seven Hoggs, and the Magharee Isles.
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 Historical information about Castlegregory & The Maharees on the Dingle Peninsula, Ireland
Castlegregory is the capital of Lettragh, the northern side of the Dingle Peninsula.
The castle – "slighted" by the English army – and the estate at Castlegregory were settled first on a Cromwellian soldier, then passed to a Derry man who settled locally, and were bought by the first Lord Ventry in whose family they remained until 1913.
According to some accounts, it was by this route that the Cromwellian forces crossed the mountains from Castlegregory to Minard Castle, though others favour the route by Maghanaboe; but for the walker who likes to get up into the hills it is simply an excellent route to take across the mountains.
www.dingle-peninsula.ie /castlegregory/cg-history.html   (1105 words)

 Katies Cottage, Self-Catering House Rental, Camp, Castlegregory, County Kerry - Irelandview, Ireland's Travel and ...
It is located between the villages of Camp and Castlegregory along the beautiful Dingle Peninsula.
The house is situated on its own private site and is fully furnished with two bedrooms, one family room with a double and single bed and a twin room with two single beds and so can accommodate a family of up to five people.
Katies Cottage is 2 mile from Camp village and 4 miles from Castlegregory village where the restaurant, local shops and night entertainment can be enjoyed.
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 Kerry Cottages - Information on the Castlegregory Area
The walks on the miles of sandy beaches, around Lough Gill and at Glenteenassig Forest Park with its seven lakes are all of spectacular beauty.
The Information Centres at Castlegregory and Cloghane should be able to advise about local walks and about any guided walks.
Castlegregory area: Beach fishing on Brandon Bay for bass and flatfish at Fermoyle, Kilcummin, Stradbally and the Maharee Peninsula at Scraggane Bay.
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 Castlegregory golf and fishing club Ireland - Castlegregory golf course Kerry
One of the most interesting is the short 9th, where a pond has been specially built in front of the green and in which the Naterjack Toad, creature much beloved in the area has proliferated since the golf course began.
The Sportsman Holiday Guide 1897 listed a golf course at Castlegregory and stated "a very fine 18 hole course extending to about three and a half miles in circuit." This course was the second "links" of the Tralee golf club
Castlegregory has been renewed as a nine hole course.
irishgolftravel.co.uk /castlegregory.htm   (261 words)

 Flynns House, Self-Catering House Rental, Maharees, Castlegregory, County Kerry - Ireland View, Ireland's Travel and ...
John Joe and Kathleen Flynn, Maharees, Castlegregory, Tralee, County Kerry, Ireland.
The house is situated in the area of Maharees, which is a sandy peninsula and islands extending beyond the village of Castlegregory.
The house is 3 miles from the village of Castlegregory where restaurants, craft shops and night entertainment can be enjoyed.
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 Cottage Rental Kerry Ireland - Irish Cottage Rental
This delightful modern 3 bedroom cottage is located in the heart of the charming village of Castlegregory on the beautiful Dingle Peninsula.
To the west of the village lies Lough Gill, to the south the twin peaks of Benoskee stand guard and at the tip of the peninsula is Fahamore, a colourful harbour packed with fishing trawlers and currachs.
For the avid golfer Castlegregory is home to a fine 9-hole course and is in close proximity to many of Kerry's championship courses such as Ballybunion, Tralee and Waterville.
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 Kerry Cottages- Self Catering in Ireland
Self Catering Holidays Cottages near Castlegregory on the Dingle Peninsula in the west of Ireland.
Castlegregory and the Dingle Peninsula is a paradise for golfers, windsurfers, surfers, divers, cyclists, fishing, sailing, hiking, children...
The Maharees Peninsula, to the north of the village, is famous for its sandy beaches and clean water.
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 The Kingdom - 2002/05/02: GAA: Extra time win for Castlegregory Extra time win for Castlegregory
THE second semi-final played at Gallarus proved to be a cliffhanger and was forced into extra time, a period in which Castlegregory pulled away from their keenest of rivals Annascaul.
He was well harrassed and dispossessed but, in determined fashion, he regained the ball and blasted a piledriver to the back of the net for a score that proved to be a lifeline.
Not alone did he cover magnificently in defence, he was also the driving force in many of their attacking movements and kicked two excellent points from play.
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 Sea View Cottage, House Rental Accommodation, Camp, Castlegregory, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry - Irelandview, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Kelliher, Camp P.O., Castlegregory, Tralee, County Kerry, Ireland.
The cottage is located adjacent to Camp village where night entertainment can be enjoyed in the friendly atmosphere and visiting musicians are always welcome.
The village of Castlegregory is 5 miles from the cottage where restaurants, craft shops and night entertainment can also be enjoyed.
www.seaviewcottages.com   (388 words)

 Dáil Éireann - Volume 125 - 25 April, 1951 - Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Castlegregory (County Kerry) ...
Spring asked the Minister for Industry and Commerce if he will state what steps the Electricity Supply Board are taking to extend rural electrification to the parish of Castlegregory, County Kerry.
O'Higgins: I am informed by the Electricity Supply Board that the technical and economic factors involved in the extension of supply to Castlegregory, County Kerry, are at present being examined in detail in common with those relating to other localities similarly placed as regards distance from the board's existing network.
This examination will take some months to complete, and until it has been completed no indication can be given as to the decision which will be taken in regard to the Castlegregory area.
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 Cheap Castlegregory, Kerry Accommodations. Find and Reserve your Budget Accommodation in Castlegregory, Kerry, Ireland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Perhaps it is the urgent call of Dingle or even the Conor Pass - but for whatever reason a great many travellers from Tralee pass the signpost for Castlegregory and never visit the place.
Now, with the railroad gone and whole generations emigrated, there remain only slimmed down versions of the fishing and vegetable-growing industries and all their subsidiary crafts that once made the place buzz.
But Castlegregory retains a legacy from its golden age: a certain confidence and energy disproportionate to its size - and with its increasing orientation toward tourism seems set to prosper again.
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 castlegregory cottage - home page
Beautiful Kerry Cottage for rent located in the Maharees, Castlegregory, Co. Kerry.
Three bedrooms(1 ensuite) sleeps seven.The Cottage is located in the beautiful Maharees just outside Castlegregory Village on the Dingle Peninsula.
The area abounds in beaches, the longest beach in Ireland stretches from the Maharees westwards through Castlegregory to Cloghane Village- 12 miles in length.
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 Fuisha Lane, Self-Catering House Rental Accommodation, Camp, Castlegregory, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry - ...
Fuisha Lane House is situated on a private site just off the main Tralee-Dingle road between the villages of Camp and Castlegregory.
The house is a perfect touring base and located just a 10 minutes walk from the nearest sandy beach.
The villages of Castlegregory and Camp are just 2 miles from the house where restaurants, craft shops and night entertainment can be enjoyed.
www.fuishalane.com   (368 words)

 The Dingle Way
Our trip had been prearranged so that we were booked into a bed and breakfast each night, were provided with a packed lunch and a supper, and our packs were transported from one destination to the next.
Walter Hussey, a leading Anglo-Norman who had fled there seeking safety after an earlier attack at Castlegregory, was killed, as were all the forces garrisoned there.
This is an unremarkable day's walk on beaches, made interesting by the remains of a 15-century church and graveyard at Stradbelly.
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 Castlegregory Hotels, Kerry Hotels, Ireland Hotels, UK, GB
Castlegregory Hotels, Kerry Hotels, Ireland Hotels, UK, GB Castlegregory hotels, Kerry hotels, Ireland, UK, Great Britain.
It is close to the Fermoyle Beach set on Kerrys scenic Dingle Peninsula.
The Fermoyle Room Restaurant offers traditional home cooking food using fresh local produce and special diets are catered for upon request.
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 Welcome To Castlegregory Farm Cottages
There is deep sea fishing, and boat trips around uninhabited islands and to see "Fungi" the Dingle dolphin.
Castlegregory village (1mile) offers a choice of shops, pubs with entertainment and restaurants serving locally caught fish and home cooking.
Our cottages have been purposly built so they do not spoil the landscape and can only be described as perfect, surrounded by lakes, rivers, mountains, streams, sand dunes, wildlife and the sea.
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