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Rose Cottage is a beautifully restored, award-winning two bed room stone cottage. It is in a complex of six, in a courtyard setting, nestling beneath the Slieve Mish Mountains, 2km from Tralee Town in County Kerry.
Donoghues White Villa Farm Caravan and Camping Park has been offering a quality, comfortable place to stay in Killarney for more than 50 years. This family run park offers excellent facilities and an ideal base for exploring the beautiful west.
Family farm 4km on Kenmare - Glengarriff N71 road. Easy to find. We are at the head of Beara Peninsula and Ring of Kerry. Convenient, quiet location. Mixed farm. Spectacular mountain views. Ideal base for walking, golfing, touring and fishing. Good restaurants in Kenmare.
Coastal Holiday Cottages offer a choice of nine individual four star cottages in Kenmare, County Kerry.
Bungalow with four guest bedrooms, one ensuite. All bedrooms have TV and tea/coffee making facilities. Front and back gardens for visitor use. Hairdryer in each room.
Family run B&B overlooking Ballinskelligs Bay and Atlantic Ocean. Enjoy quiet country walks. Golf and fishing locally.
Modern two storey home on the main Listowel-Limerick road. It has a private car park.It's on the road to the car-ferry. Bus and rail station, swimming pool and golf course, pitch and putt club and sandy beaches all close by.
Cul draiochta means magic nook in Irish and this is truly a magical area on the Ring of Kerry. Situated on the N70 at the foot of the Beentee mountains overlooking Valentia Harbour.
Modern, family run house. Quiet area. Convenient to all amenities, town, bus, railway, golf, fishing, boating, horse riding and hill walking. Home cooking, families welcome. All rooms en suite with tea / coffee facility, TV and hairdryer. Tours arranged. Cead Mile Failte ( one hundred thousand welcomes )
Killarney Haven Holiday Suites are set in a private courtyard off High St, Killarney, Co Kerry. Number 3 is a one-bedroom apartment beside shops and restaurants, and within walking distance of the train and bus station and Killarney National Park.
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