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Why book a cottage in County Kerry?

Fall under the magical spell of south-west Ireland with a stay in a County Kerry cottage. The Ring of Kerry epitomises the essence of Ireland and a drive around this spectacular peninsula is a must. Explore quaint little villages, the heritage town of Kenmare and monuments like Dromore Castle. Or play on the world-class fairways of the Ring of Kerry Golf Club, with views to die for!

Equally dazzling is the Dingle Peninsula, where the pace of life is gentle. Start at Tralee, home to the National Folk Theatre (keen walkers can also join the Dingle Way here). Highlights on the peninsula include the port of Dingle, the village of Cloghane and archaeological sites like the Gallarus Oratory. Climb the Conor Pass for panoramic views and the chance to spot bottlenose dolphins frolicking offshore. Stroll along the sands at Inch, browse Celtic crafts, or sample a pint of the 'black stuff' in a harbour-side tavern. Off the coast lie the Blasket Islands and Skellig Rocks, rich in wildlife and historic treasures.

Places to visit in County Kerry

One of Kerry's best-loved towns is Killarney. Hop in a 'jaunting car' and trot around the Killarney National Park, with its stunning lakes, sub-tropical gardens and historic sites including Muckross House and Ross Castle. Go climbing, hiking, cycling or canoeing - and look out for roaming red deer. If you want to hit the beach then head to Derrynane on the Iveragh peninsula, or stay in Castlegregory, situated in a sheltered bay on the north side of the Dingle Peninsula.

Types of Holiday

Stay in a traditional Irish cottage, book a property with a hot tub or take the whole family away, including your four-legged friend, with a pet-friendly cottage.