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The Garden Chalet is a self catering one bedroom cottage in Killarney County Kerry. The property is within easy driving distance of Kerry's most beautiful attractions.
Established in the 12th century, the Abbey of Kyrie Eleison is credited for giving the village of Abbeydorney its name. It was the only Cistercian community in medieval County Kerry, and boasts fine Celtic crosses.
This four bed room bungalow is set on private grounds in a central location in County Kerry. Meticulously clean, and run by the friendly Kathleen Dineen, the property provides a central base for touring the Ring of Kerry and Dingle Peninsula.
Boat trips daily from Portmagee to the Skellig Rocks.
Coolwood Wildlife Park is located in Killarney, County Kerry. It consists of a 10 acres Wildlife Park, 40 acres of Wildlife Sanctuary childrens playground and a coffee shop. The park is ideal for school tours, family outings and corporate day trips.
Family home with garden overlooking Kenmare Bay at the front and the Macgillycuddy Reeks at the back.
Killarney Riding Stables offers hacking, trekking and trail riding into Killarney’s National Park for 1, 2 and 3 hour durations.
Lively and informal, this traditional pub, with its flagstoned floor and high ceiling, is itself a notable part of Dingles tradition. Irish is spoken here and walls are decorated with pictures which illustrate the culture and history of the area.
Warm comfortable home convenient to all amenities. All tours arranged. Breakfast menu. Hairdryers, tea coffee facilities. Golf course, horse riding, boating, forest park, hill walking, traditional music, bicycle hire and swimming pool nearby.
This is a Four Star Fáilte Ireland approved self-catering home sleeping up to five people. It is located directly across the road from the famous Lakes of Killarney and National park, internationally renowned for its scenic beauty.
From €259.50 PPS
€48.00 for up to four people
From €12 per person per night
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