Kerry

  1. Killorglin Riverbank Lodges - Lodge 7

    Killorglin, Kerry

    Killorglin Riverbank Lodges are architect designed, detached, stylish holiday homes superbly situated on the banks of the wild salmon River Laune on the Ring Of Kerry. Each house has a boathouse, terrace, balcony and lush green lawn. Read more

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  2. Bridge View

    Beaufort, Kerry

    Bridge View is a five minutes-drive from Carrantouhilll and River Laune in County Kerry. This traditional stone cottage, is furnished with all modern conveniences and located in quiet, scenic area, within easy reach of Kerry's world renowned sights. Read more

  3. O'Connell Restaurant, Ballyseede Castle Hotel

    Tralee, Kerry

    O'Connell Restaurant in Ballyseede Castle Hotel is located 5km from Tralee Town Centre. Read more

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  4. Minard Castle

    Lispole, Kerry

    Minard Castle is said to have been built by the Knight of Kerry, and it is the largest fortress on the peninsula. It is one of the locations used in the film "Ryans Daughter", where Rosy met the English Captain. Read more

  5. Avondale House

    Killarney, Kerry

    Luxury, family run home. Large comfortable bedrooms with scenic, mountain views. All en-suite with tea/coffee making facilities, electric blankets, T.V and hairdryer. Fáilte Ireland Merit Award winner. Tours arranged. Kerry airport 10 minutes. Private parking. Free wi-fi. We are situated across from the hospital in town. Read more

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  6. The Marine Links Hotel

    Ballybunion, Kerry

    Chef Derek Nagle places great emphasis on freshly produced ingredients in imaginative menus.
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  7. Tralee Bay Sailing Club

    Fenit, Kerry

    Formed at Fenit, County Kerry in 1956,Tralee Bay Sailing Club has grown to now boast a vibrant and expanding membership. Read more

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  8. Killarney International Youth Hostel

    Killarney, Kerry

    Killarney International Youth Hostel is an 18th-century mansion set on 75 acres of gardens and forests overlooking Killarney National Park in County Kerry. It can accommodate up to 146 people in a variety of room types. Read more

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  9. Brian de Staic

    Killarney, Kerry

    Inspired by the landscape of the Dingle Peninsula where his work shop is based and the age old tradition of the Celts, Brian de Staic designs beautiful pieces of jewellery which are on sale in his shop in High Street Killarney, Co Kerry. Read more

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  10. Killarney District

    Killarney, Kerry

    The Killarney Fisheries consists of the old fishery board districts of Kenmare, Waterville and Killarney. It includes part of County Kerry and all the rivers flowing into the sea between Crow Head and Dunmore Head, including the Blasket Islands. Read more

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