A visit to Kerry is a magical experience that will make you want to return again and again. It has an abundance of lakes and mountains as well as beautiful beaches and rocky shorelines, and of course the people of Kerry always give visitors a warm welcome!
County Kerry is located in Southwest Ireland and borders Cork and Limerick in the heart of Munster. This county is also known as the Kingdom and hosts the world famous Rose of Tralee competition, which has been running for over 50 years and is one of Ireland’s largest festivals. It is one of the most popular destinations in Ireland for short hotel breaks and there are plenty of Kerry hotels and Kerry guesthouses to choose from.
Kerry has a beautiful and varied landscape from the famous highest mountains in Ireland, Mount Brandon and Carrantoohil, part of the Magillicuddy Reeks Mountain Range, to the tranquil Killarney Lakes. The scenery can be enjoyed on a tour of the Ring of Kerry and in the Killarney National Park or on the dramatic Dingle Peninsula. Other beauty spots include the Gap of Dunloe, the Torc Waterfall and islands such as Skellig, Blasket and Valentia. While you are here you will find Kerry hotels and Kerry guesthouses offering relaxing accommodation and top class facilities.
County Kerry has a number of picturesque and vibrant villages and towns to visit, such as Killarney, Kenmare, Dingle, Sneem, Tralee and Waterville, and all of these towns have a great selection of hotel or guesthouse accommodation to choose from.
There are a number of great visitor attractions in the county including Muckross House, Ross Castle, Listowel Castle, Killarney Muckross Friary, Tarbert Jail, Ballyferriter Museum, Glendalough House and Carrigafoyle Castle. Kerry Hotels and Kerry Guesthouses are famous for their hospitality so ask for information at your hotel or guesthouse as you can’t beat the local knowledge. Kerry has activities to suit all tastes and capabilities, with great golf courses, angling and fly fishing, equestrian activities and a host of water sports to choose from.
Whatever your reason for visiting Kerry you can book over 100 fully approved Kerry hotels and Kerry Guesthouses located throughout the county on the Ireland Hotels website. Just use the accommodation search box featured on this page to find Kerry hotel breaks or a guesthouse to meet your needs.
The Aghadoe Heights Hotel & Spa Resort in Killarney, Co. Kerry is one of Ireland's most luxurious International 5 star hotels where "it's the little things which make the difference". It is the ideal retreat from the modern world to somewhere that is magical, where time is immaterial and the pace of life is perfect. The hotel is just has a breathtaking location just 2 miles from Killarney town. Resting on a hilltop overlooking the world famous Lakes of Killarney and the rugged beauty of Purple Mountain, Aghadoe is a special and spiritual place where every guest room has views out upon Killarney's picturesque landscape. From the majestic surroundings to the detail in every personal touch, there is no place comparable to Aghadoe Heights Hotel & Spa.
The Dunloe is a beautiful 5* hotel, overlooking the famous Gap of Dunloe, set on its own 64 acre estate leading to the ruins of the 12th century castle and River Laune. The Dunloe is one of the finest luxury hotels Ireland has, boasting magnificent 5 star hotel accommodation in Kerry, only 5 miles from Killarney town. This Dunloe has 102 rooms, most with spacious balconies offering breathtaking views of the gardens or the Gap of Dunloe. With 2 luxurious suites, 28 Superior Rooms and 72 Garden Rooms, including many family rooms, The Dunloe caters for your every need. In the most beautiful natural setting you can enjoy the best of international and Irish cuisine and browse the magnificent list of wines to select the ideal accompaniment to your meal. The Garden Café is the ideal place for casual dining while the Oak Restaurant is elegant and classical with views over the gardens and mountains.
Situated in Tralee Ballyroe Heights Hotel is a modern luxurious hotel set in six and a half acres of sloping gardens with stunning views of the Sliabh Mish Mountains and Tralee Bay., All 69 bedrooms are ensuite and finished to an impeccable standard. The hotel is perfect for discovering the local attractions and breathtaking scenery of Kerry. Bedroom features include satellite TV, high performance hair dryer, tea and coffee and free wireless broadband. Rooms specifically designed for guests with special needs available on request. The Palace Bar and Bistro which overlooks the extensive gardens serves delicious fresh food with locally sourced ingredients daily. Families are always welcome and a complimentary mineral is offered with the children’s menu. While parents are dining they can feel secure in the knowledge that their children are in safe surroundings.
The Randles Hotel is one of the most luxurious 4 star hotels in Killarney, ideally located five minutes' walk from Killarney Town Centre. Dating back to 1906 guests will enjoy the comfort and elegance of an era long since past complimented by the most modern of facilities. We invite you to unwind in our luxurious, spacious guest rooms, enjoy fine dining in a choice of Killarney restaurants, relax in our Drawing Room, Conservatory or Terraced Garden, spend some downtime in our Leisure Club or for pure indulgence pay a visit to our Zen Day Spa for a luxurious spa break in Killarney. The Randles Hotel Killarney is part of Randles Hotels Killarney Group. A stay at this family owned Killarney hotel is truly a unique experience.
Out at the very tip of the breathtaking Dingle Peninsula – once described by the National Geographic as “the most beautiful place on earth”– there’s a far-flung place to stay, to eat … to dream. Síle and Vincent Gorman’s warm Irish guest house is a restaurant-with-rooms, on a clifftop facing America – as far west as you can go in Ireland. From the contemporary dining-room, huge windows look west across the Atlantic … “next parish, Manhattan”, as they say in these parts. On the menu: fine home-cooked food, magnificent sunsets, and comfortable sofas by turf fires. Outside are cliff walks, mountain hikes, cycle rides, boat trips, ancient historic sites. The fishing port of Dingle – with its brightly coloured houses, world-class cuisine, live music and arty vibe – is just 8 miles away. Out here on the edge of Europe are unbroken traditions of songs, stories, the Irish language, and Celtic hospitality. It’s a great spot along the Wild Atlantic Way to stay a while, and find the Ireland you’ve always imagined.