Short Hotel Breaks Killarney, County Kerry
It has attracted visitors from far afield for over 250 years and has satisfied most. This is not arrogance but quiet confidence speaking.
Your first glimpse of the dramatic and majestic scenery around you will explain some of the reason why. But it is also the people, who have had generations of hospitality in their genes, that makes the major difference.
Staying in Killarney, allows you to be within a short distance from many of the wonderful attractions Kerry has to offer.
The whole of County Kerry is peppered with historic and mythical sites, cultural attractions and places of environmental interest. To the West is Brandon Creek, from where St. Brendan is said to have set off on his epic voyage to America in 500 AD. To the South West is Valentia Island, from where Captain Halpin of the Great Eastern laid the first trans-Atlantic telegraph cable. Dingle for the culture, scenery and language. Skellig for a most incredible day out
On the doorstep is Killarney National Park with its native Irish Red deer, original Oak and yew Forest, Torc waterfall, Muckross House & Gardens, the Gap of Dunloe and