About Kerry

County Kerry is located in the southwest of Ireland, known primarily for its spectacular scenery and captivating coast. Take a scenic drive or two along the western edge and experience breathtaking views around every corner. The county offers a stunning coastline with the Iveragh, Beara, and Dingle Peninsulas jutting far into the Atlantic Ocean.

Kerry is home to Ireland’s highest mountain, Carrauntoohil, and the oldest national park, Killarney National Park, an unmissable attraction situated on the outskirts of Killarney town. Explore the parks lakes, woodlands, and historic Muckross House. Enjoy a boat trip on Lough Leane or tour Ross Castle, a 15th-century fortress situated within the park. Take a traditional horse-drawn carriage ride through the national park or the impressive Gap of Dunloe.

Kerry’s Wild Atlantic Way and the Ring of Kerry offer an exhilarating coastal adventure, where rugged cliffs, pristine beaches, high mountain ranges, and charming villages await along one of Ireland’s most scenic drives. The beaches are long, and sandy and have crystal blue waters perfect for sea swimming or long summer days spent on the beach. The coastline of Kerry is also ideal for surfing when the wind is up. Bring a delicious picnic, enjoy a coastal walk, or book a horse-riding lesson, just some of the many experiences which can be enjoyed at any time of the year.

Make your holiday extra special by choosing the right holiday accommodation in one of our lovely holiday cottages in Kerry. Many of our holiday homes are situated right on the coast in pretty villages and towns such as Waterville, Dingle, Ballybunion, and Ballinskelligs.

Play a round of golf at some of the world-class courses such as Ballybunion Golf Club, Tralee Golf Club, Waterville Golf Links, or Dooks located beside Glenbeigh Village.

There are several outlying islands along the Kerry coast, accessible by ferry. The Skelligs have been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site and boast magnificently preserved Early Christian ruins, not to mention a rich birdlife. The Blasket Islands were inhabited by an Irish-speaking population of islanders until 1953.

Inland, the towns of Killarney, Killorglin, Listowel, and Tralee are vibrant market towns, with great shopping, entertainment, and horse racing, making county Kerry a great all-year-round holiday destination.

A self-catering holiday in Kerry is like embarking on a captivating journey through Ireland’s natural wonders, from lush landscapes to dramatic coastlines, all while immersing yourself in the rich Irish culture and friendly local atmosphere.

Map of Kerry


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