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The Arkhangel Gallery is one of Ireland’s pre-eminent galleries exhibiting more than 400 works of art at its prime location in the heart of the historical market town of Listowel.
Finnegan’s Basement Restaurant & Wine Cellar is proud to be one of Kerry’s finest restaurants. It is located in the heart of Tralee on Tralee’s oldest and finest street, Denny Street.
Located in Kilarney, County Kerry at the entrance to the world-famous Gap of Dunloe is Moriarty Gap of Dunloe Industries.
In 1926 Tim Buckley, Irish born and reared, returned from New York to his native land. His dream was to re-create all the things he missed while he was away. He created "Buckley's Bar".
A second generation Skelligs’ boat skipper, John O'Shea has the local islands in his blood and he departs daily for boat tours and fishing trips from Derrynane Harbour, Caherdaniel, County Kerry.
The premises is half a pub and half a leather shop. This is a must visit for anyone coming to the town.
Both lunch and dinner are served in the Candle Room Restaurant in Killarney. Crisp white linens, elegantly dressed tables and friendly staff will endeavour to ensure, your dining experience is an enjoyable one, at the Killarney Royal Hotel.
Located in the bustling town of Kilarney, County Kerry, the Killarney Outlet Centre sells merchandise at a discount of between 30 and 50 per cent off normal retail prices.
The village of Portmagee was awarded the Fáilte Ireland National Tourism Town Award in 2012. From Portmagee there is a bridge to Valencia Island and a short walk from Portmagee Pier, a working pier with a seasonal ferry service to Skellig Micheal.
Trips entails a short journey to the harbour mouth, home of the long term resident dolphin "Fungi". The dolphin's friendly antics and apparent love of people are an enormous source of joy to adults and children.
€16 Adult €8 Child
From €259 per person sharing
From €25 Adult/ €15 Child
€35 Adult, €15 Child
From €20 pppn - student and group rates available
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