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.
Welcome to Foley's Guesthouse Your Irish Local in the Heart of Kenmare where you can eat drink meet & sleep. Our Award Winning Inn has... Great town center location Close to many restaurants, shops, pubs Ideal driving base to view the Ring of Kerry / Beara / Dingle Special rates and tee times at Kenmare, Ring of Kerry and Bantry Golf courses Deluxe rooms 3*** + Irish Tourist Board Approved Deep Sea Fishing Trips & Permits organised Cooked to order Irish breakfast & healty option menu each morning Great walking base for the Kerry Way and the Beara we will prepare packed lunches drying room , motorbike parking
The Derrynane Hotel and Holiday Homes is one of the friendliest family run hotels on the Ring of Kerry and provides the highest levels of customer service and is fully equipped to help you enjoy your stay. With stunning views overlooking Kenmare Bay and the Atlantic Ocean, our Hotel is whatever you want it to be! It can be your seaside hotel, leisure hotel, family hotel, walking haven or the perfect base for your activities holiday or for touring the Ring of Kerry and beyond. Magical Memories are created here. With great leisure packages and B&B rates throughout the season, our guests can enjoy the seaside facilities that we offer - Outdoor Heated Swimming Pool (the Hotel's Outdoor Heated Swimming Pool closes from September 16th), Gardens overlooking the Atlantic, Children’s Playroom, Tennis Court, Sauna & Steam Room, Gym & Deluge Showers, Guest's Utility Room, nearby Blue Flag Beaches, Sea Sports & Summer Camps, Horse Riding, Lake & Deep Sea Angling, & so much more.
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.
The Brook Lodge Hotel is family-owned and run by the Counihan Family involved in tourism locally since 1894. The hotel just off High Street, with landscaped gardens and private parking on-site, Brook Lodge is a Four Star Hotel providing comfortable Bed and Breakfast accommodation. A warm and friendly welcome awaits you
Luxury four star family run guesthouse, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, and the Waterville links golf course. Half way around the famous Ring of Kerry. Spacious en suite rooms,with bath/power showers,multichannel t.v. hairdryer, tea/coffee trouser press, and free wifi. Centrally located to all local activities,golf fishing lake,and sea,beaches, surfing, horse riding, bird watching,astronomy, astro photography,historic skellig islands,archaelogical sites, walking holidays,and many local gourmet restaurants.Recommended by all leading guide books.