Kerry County hotels
County Kerry General Information
County Kerry is home to picture-postcard Ireland: the Ireland of hyper-stylized television adverts and Riverdance dreams. If you want Celtic charm, this is the place to be. The fifth-largest county in the Republic of Ireland is 4,746 km2 of snowy summits, limpid lakes, windswept peninsulas, desolate coasts, ancient ruins and tidy, hospitable hamlets. Put it all together and County Kerry is a magical corner of Ireland.
Though the county town of Kerry is Tralee (and a fine county town at that), the undeniable pulse point is Killarney. Easily one of the most popular tourist destinations in Ireland, the town of 14,000 people is a gateway to Lough Leane, Muckross Lake and Upper Lough, otherwise known as the Lakes of Killarney, and Carrauntoohil, the most prominent peak in the country. The natural gems on Killarney’s doorstep all reside within spectacular Killarney National Park. A foremost UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, the park contains vast woodlands, boglands, and vivid endemic fauna and flora. Specific points of interest to include on a visit range from Ross Castle to Muckross Abbey, Muckross House and Gardens to O'Sullivan's Cascade. Skellig Michael, a UNESCO World Heritage 7th century monastic complex 12 km off the coast of County Kerry, is another must-see attraction in this pre-eminent enclave of the Emerald Isle.
- Ross Castle
- Muckross Abbey
- Muckross House and Gardens
- Kerry County Museum
- Skellig Michael
- Lakes of Killarney
- Killarney National Park
- Bonane Heritage Park
- The Rose of Tralee Festival
- The Vanilla Pod
- Chapter Forty
- Mulcahy’s Restaurant
- Salvado’s Bistro
- An Corcan Restaurant
- Allo’s Restaurant, Bar & Bistro
- O'Donnabhain's Gastro Bar
- The Laurels
- Buckley’s Bar
- Jimmy Brien’s
Kerry County has a temperate maritime climate, with moderate to heavy rainfall and temperatures between 4°C and 16°C for the year.
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Offering excellent services and convenient facilities, Scotts Hotel Killarney is a perfect venue to reside for a pleasant stay. GeneralThis property offers well-appointed conference room for... More
Ballyroe Heights Hotel is set on six and a half acres of sloping gardens with awe inspiring views of the Sliabh Mish Mountains and Tralee Bay. The hotel is located just four kilometers from Tralee... More
Offering all the modern comforts as well as exceptional services, Carlton Hotel Tralee invites the guests for a cosy stay. Irish National Folk Theatre, Siamsa Tire are the attarctions. ... More
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Setting the standard for quality, service and hospitality, Killarney Riverside Hotel is a welcome haven of elegance and comfort. GeneralAfter a tiring day you can rejuvenate your mind and body at... More
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The Larkin's Pub Kerry County Hotel Milltown offers a warm welcome, pleasant ambience and convenient facilities to make your stay a memorable one. GeneralYou can also make your stay a memorable... More
Featuring luxurious accommodation and excellent facilities, Arbutus Hotel Killarney is a chic haven of peace, which offers the perfect blend of maximum comfort and immaculate service. GeneralThe... More