Inveraray Farm Guesthouse

Beaufort, Killarney, County Kerry, Ireland
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Killarney over Easter

by kevarms


Hi,
I'll be visiting Killarney with my mother over Easter (Sunday-Tuesday). Will it be business as usual over the holiday?
What are the highlights of County Kerry ? We would be interested in seeing spectacular scenery rather than castles, towns etc.
Also, any recommendations for pubs in the evenings ?

Thanks in advance,
Kevin

RE: Killarney over Easter

by PeteNL

Hi,

From what I know it's basically business as usual, Killarney being the tourist centre of the region. Maybe on Easter sundays some sites/museums will be closed, and you may need to make reservations for dining (it's recommend in other countries anyway).
Sites: the Ring of Kerry is nice to drive and it will not be as busy as in the main season. If you want to get out of the hustle you can drive inland on the Ring (for example from Waterville or Sneem), linger a bit on Valentia Island or south from there on the Skelligg Ring. Or: (instead) drive south from Kenmare on the Beara Ring: great scenery, and less touristy.
Don't know the pubscene in Killarney, but in Kenmare I had a great (music) experience in "The Square Pint".

Have a great trip!
P.

RE: RE: Killarney over Easter

by kevarms

Thanks all. I had a great time in Kerry. Amazing place!

Travel Tips for Killarney

Have a visit to Gap of Dunloe....

by Nobbe

Have a visit to Gap of Dunloe. Carved by the miltwater of a huge glacier thousands of years ago, the Gap is about seven miles in length with Tomies and Purple mountains on the left and the McGillycuddy Reeks in the right. Many walk or cycle but for the romantic, a journey 'Thro' the Gap' in a pony and trap returning by boat via the Killarney Lakes is also possible.

Walk through the national park

by healy_ger

The Old Kenmare road is a walk from Torc car park to near Ladies view. It takes about 6 hours to walk there and back from the town. Some of the best views of the surrounding landscape are to be seen on this walk which can incorporate, Torc, Ladies view, Derrycunihy, Dinis, Muckross house and Abbey. Some of the walk gets rough so hiking boots are worth wearing!

Torc Waterfall

by Dabs

We stopped at the Torc Waterfall on the way back from Ladies View on our way to jump into the anticlockwise tour of the Ring of Kerry. I hadn't seen the signs on the way over to Ladies View but I spotted it on the way back so we pulled into the parking lot and headed up the trail to see the waterfall, a 5 or 10 minute climb. After oohing and aahing at the waterfall, head up another flight of stone stairs for a nice look over the valley or if you have more time and energy you can also do one of several marked circular walking trails.

Gap of Dunloe

by healy_ger

The gap of Dunloe is well worth a visit. The road runs from Kate Kearneys cottage through to the black valley. On of the trips available includes a bus from the town to Kates, followed by jaunting cart through the gap of Dunloe to Lord Brandons cottage followed by a boat trip through all the lakes back to Ross castle in Killarney. A lot of people walk up the gap, especially at the weekend. A nice pint of Guiness is always waiting for you in Kates!

Killarney

by littlebush

Killarney's a great town which seems to be always busy with tourists. Most people use it as a base to 'do' the Ring of Kerry (See my Tralee page for the ring of kerry and Dingle Peninsula). Its got heaps of restaurants and pubs. Great to spend a bit of time.
Nearby in Killanry national park is some of what I thought anyway, Irelands best scenery around by the Muckross lakes.

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