Elm Court Holiday Homes

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Travel Tips for Killarney

Ring of Kerry Charity Cycle

by healy_ger

This is an annual event organized to raise funds for Kerry based charities. The ring of Kerry is 112 miles, starting in Killarney, going through, Killorglin, Caherciveen, Waterville, Caherdaniel, Sneem, Kenmare and back to Killarney. The day long event draws cyclists of all levels. It usually takes place on the first saturday of July. I completed the trip in 9 hours, and I'm not fit. There is free catering provided at certain towns on the trip. There are also service crews in vans on the trip that can fix your bike, or tow it home for you if you don't make it to the finish line. It's a great day out. A good comfortable bike, rain gear, water bottles. It's also a good idea to carry a spare tube and pump in case of puncture.

Terrific Pub Grub

by SabrinaSummerville about Molly Darcys

Molly Darcy's is infamous in Killarney for its very high standard of pub grub.

As part of the Muckross Park five star hotel complex it is open to guests and the public alike and is always busy.

Comfortable, with a wooden rustic atmosphere, service is polite and fast. Part of the hotel complex includes some of the oldest buildings in Kerry and this aged feeling is brought through the pub area. I was having a light lunch, so I ordered the seafood chowder. Out came a large bowl filled with a hollowed out pan of bread. This was filled to overflowing with steaming hot creamy chowder. Excellent, and would leave you wanting for more if only you had room in your full tummy.

Prices are very reasonable, even for pub grub.

Ladies View Macgillycuddy Reeks

by bluesmama

Since I can't drive I once again jumped on a bus. This time around Killarney, Dingle and Kerry. Driving back to Killarney we came to this place called Ladies View. Why it is called this I don't know, but I must say it is one of the prettiest places I've seen. The lakes are the Lakes of Killarney.

Bantry-house & Bantry Bay

by globetrott

Bantry ( Beanntraighe in the old gealic language) is another great daytrip from Killarney and a step back into the world of rich landowners and their ornate villas in the country-side. Bantry is mainly well known for the scenic Bantry Bay and for Bantry House that dates back to 1771. It was built for Richard White, the 1st Earl of Bantry (1767-1851) who had an important role in Ireland's history. In 1840 two more wings were added and today it is a museum for precious gobelins, icons, french furniture and great works of Art.
In the former stables of Bantry House you may visit the "1796 French Armada Museum" museum - the armada could not land there because of bad weather !
You may enter the park and the terrace facing the Bantry-bay free of charge. Only when you intend to see the galleries and the museum, you have to pay an entrance-fee.
Bantry House is open daily except sundays
between March and October 09.00a.m. - 06.00p.m.
in July & August it is open untill 08.00p.m.
The 1796 Armada Museum" is open daily
April-September 10.00a.m. - 06.00p.m.

Beara Peninsula - Kerry & West Cork

by orlikins

"Baaaa!!!!!!"

Sheep wandering around the Healy Pass

"Bantry Bay"

Bantry is quite a pretty town about 30 miles away from the Beara Peninsula, it is where I rang in the new year (2005) :)

"Healy Pass"

Imagine driving that twisty road at night in a rainstorm, with sheep in the middle of the road, and no ditch on the side should you miss a turn and tumble down a couple of hundred feet.... yeah I did that.... luckily I had a great local navigator and got to the other side OK :)

"Healy Pass"

Another pic of the Healy Pass.

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