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Discover Beaufort Golf Club, County Kerry. An 18-hole parkland course, nestled amongst 200-year-old trees, 15th century castle ruins, beautiful lakes and rolling meadows, uniquely surrounded by the magnificence of the MacGillycuddy Reeks.
Quality Approved Golf Course | Approved to Fáilte Ireland standards, which means the services and facilities have been independently checked out before you tee-off. Golf has been played in Dooks since 1889 and so it is one of the oldest clubs in Ireland. It was introduced to the local aristocracy by officers from the Royal Horse Artillery attending compulsory training at the nearby Glenbeigh Artillery Range.
Kenmare Golf Club is set alongside the quiet waters of the River Roughty Estuary and situated amongst the Caha Mountains. A fantastic view on a panoramic background is an ideal setting for the final six holes of golf in this breathtaking location.
Quality Approved Golf Course | Approved to Fáilte Ireland standards, which means the services and facilities have been independently checked out before you tee-off. The Killarney Golf & Fishing Club is comprised of three parkland/lakeside championship golf courses. They are located adjacent to Lough Lein with the McGillycuddy Reeks in the background.
“Dingle Oceanworld was another highlight of our trip…it was magical…the penguins were so cute…it was incredible…friendly and knowledgeable staff” - this is what a visitor said after visiting Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium.
Your Great Blasket Island experience begins here!
Derrynane House the ancestral home of Daniel O’Connell, is a public museum commemorating one of Ireland’s leading historical figures and arguably the greatest ever Irishman.
Kerry Woolen Mills based in Beaufort, County Kerry manufactures and sells fabric and clothing in a treasure trove of lovely pure wool goods. The product range includes blankets, rugs, capes, throws, scarves, jackets and extensive knitwear ranges.
Ross Castle is a 15th century tower house located in Killarney, County Kerry. It is a typical example of the stronghold of an Irish chieftain in the Middle Ages and is fully restored and furnished with period oak furniture.
This heritage centre tells the story of the Skellig Rocks. Learn about the monks who lived on these desolate rocks, the seabirds, the nearby lighthouses and the marine life of the Skelligs.
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