Guide to Cottage Holidays in County Kerry, Ireland
Let us guide you on the attractions of County Kerry in Ireland for cottage holidays and help you find self catering holiday cottages and other accommodation in Kerry, Ireland.
Kerry, in the far south west of Eire (Ireland), has magnificent countryside with a backdrop of mountains. The hilly peninsulas of Beara, Dingle and Iveragh in the south level out to a plain in the north of the county. The coastline is impressively beautiful with its cliffs, rocks and sandy coves. Lake and sea angling are popular. The Gulf Stream ensures a temperate climate and adequate rainfall to maintain that 'Emerald Isle' green. There are numerous excellent golf courses for a holiday challenge, mountains to climb if you wish.
Take a look at these holiday cottages in County Kerry, south west Ireland
Amazing inspirational scenery in County Kerry:
Ireland's highest mountain is the McGillycuddy Reaks near Kenmare. The Killarney National Park is the place to go to find red deer and wild sika. If the scenery is not enough to recommend Kerry, then consider its legendary warmth and hospitality of the Irish that you will meet wherever you go. You will always find people with time for a good yarn and exchange of humour. The there's Irish music to enjoy over a pint of Guinness.
Visitor attractions abound. Be transported back in time at The Geraldine Experience Centre or Kerry Bog Village, discover rare plants at the Dunloe Castle Gardens, take a tour at the Kenmare Heritage Centre or Kerry Woollen Mills, gawp at Ocean World in Dingle. So much to do and enjoy that one trip will not be enough. Email your self catering accommodation requirements to us and we'll try to oblige.
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