Explore breathtaking landscapes and immerse yourself in the rich, lively heritage of Kerry

As you embark on an unforgettable holiday, we invite you to discover the true spirit of Ireland by choosing to stay with one of our members.

Kerry, a paradise for
outdoor enthusiasts

County Kerry, known as 'The Kingdom', is nestled in Ireland's southwest and is an idyllic mix of towering mountains, sprawling national parks, and captivating coastlines. A scenic gem, it includes the majestic Ring of Kerry and the untouched beauty of the Dingle Peninsula. Killarney National Park is a core attraction with its enchanting lakes, lush forests, and historical treasures like the Muckross House. Towns such as Killarney and Dingle bring to life a vibrant culture, full of lively music and artisan food experiences.

Then, Killorglin, home to the annual Puck Fair festival, boasts a lively arts scene and riverside charm. Tralee, the county's largest town, offers historic sites like the County Museum, Blennerville Windmill, and the world-famous Rose of Tralee Festival. The literary town of Listowel, renowned for its Writers' Week festival, is rich in tradition and heritage. Kerry, a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts, offers unparalleled hiking, cycling, sailing, surfing, and golfing. Experience Kerry, the mesmerising jewel of Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way.

Kerry - where Ireland's heart beats strongest in every mountain, every valley, and every friendly face.

Irish B&B Owners Association websites
Kerry Insight

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