Hotels in Kerry
County Kerry, in the south west of Ireland, is part of Munster, one of the four provinces that make up the country. With its ragged and dramatic coastline, endless emerald green fields, standing stones and mountain summits, Kerry is a paradise for the adventurer but is also an area of the world that can be enjoyed for its natural beauty and welcoming people. Book a Kerry hotel with us and discover the exquisite beauty of one of Ireland's most popular destinations.
Killarney National Park, the first of its kind in Ireland, is 64mi2 of stunning woodlands, mountains, lakes, rivers, waterfalls, bogs and more. The area is perfect for a gentle ramble or a more intense hike. You can also trek on a pony or horse or enjoy a bike ride. There are plenty of places to fish. Perhaps take a boat onto one of the park's three interlocking lakes.
So much of Kerry is close to water and consequently there are numerous activities from boating on rivers and lakes to taking to the sea when surf's up. The beautiful beaches of Inch and Banna, the windswept coastline of Ballybunion and stirring Brandon Bay are just a handful of locations ideal for breaking the waves.
There are over 20 golf courses dotted around the county. The Old Course in Ballybunion which is Ireland's oldest, established in 1893, has the Atlantic Ocean and wonderful green vistas as spectacular backdrops.
Ireland's national sport is Gaelic football and in Kerry GAA, the county has the pastime's most successful team. The Fitzgerald Stadium in Killarney is the home ground of the senior team. To see what all the fuss is about, grab a seat and experience the sport that grips a nation.
Eating and drinking in Kerry
There's a wealth of places to dine out in Kerry. Whether you're just grabbing a coffee and a bite to eat or planning on something a little more substantial, Kerry has a range of cafés, restaurants, pubs and bistros serving fine food and drinks. Of course, Ireland's most popular export, stout, is available all over the county whether you prefer Guinness, Murphy's or Beamish, you'll always have access to the 'meal in a glass'.
Ireland is, of course, renowned for its lively and hospiSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTION pubs, often featuring live music. Kerry is no exception and you'll have no problem finding a friendly bar where you can enjoy a quiet chat or great craic.
Shopping in and around Kerry
You'll find most of the leading high street names in Kerry. There are plenty of main streets, shopping centres and the like but if you're looking for something a little different then you won't be disappointed. Kerry has many specialist independent shops that offer everything from Irish lace to a music store that sells and promotes traditional Irish acts. The owner of Dingle Record Shop offers a cup of tea and a chat and even records a podcast in the store!
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