Killarney Break

Whether you’re looking for a relaxing short break in the Irish countryside or a weekend shopping trip, can help you make the right choice.

 The following itinerary can be tailored to suit your specific needs.

We can offer activities such as golfing, water sports, shopping, sight seeing and horse riding to name a few.

The price does not include car hire.  It is also possible to book additional nights etc…

 Please advise us of any requests you may have and we will endeavour to fulfil your wishes.

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 Day 1:  Muckross House,Torc Waterfall, Jaunting car

Killarney National Park was established in 1932 to protect one of Ireland’s most precious natural habitats. Beneath the wild, rugged summits of the country’s highest mountains, it encloses a beautiful sylvan landscape of ancient woodland, spectacular waterfalls and quiet lakes.

Torc Waterfall is approximately 7 kilometres from Killarney Town and approx 2.5 kilometres from the motor entrance to Muckross House and can be accessed from a car park on the N71 better known as the Killarney – Kenmare road. A short walk of approx 300 metres brings you to the waterfall. From that point steps lead to another viewing point at a higher altitude that provides a view over the Middle Lake. The path is also part of the Kerry Way long distance walking route and a starting point for circular walking routes which are indicated by a map down at the start of the trail beside the car park. The waterfall which is approximately 20 metres high is at its best after heavy rainfall. Across the road from the car parkjaunting cars can be hired for a trip to Muckross House within the National Park.

Enjoy the sights of Killarney National Park from the traditional Jaunting Car. Operating all year-round, the Killarney Jaunting car trip is a “must” for every one visiting Killarney. Learn about the history, folklore and the beauty of Killarney National Park from the comfort of the traditional mode of transport; the Irish jaunting car from years gone by.           

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Day 2:  Ring of Kerry                 

To holiday in Kerry and not explore the Ring of Kerry is like visiting Ireland and not trying a pint of Guinness: there’s just something missing. This site will complete the picture.

We’ll tell you all you need to know about holidaying in and travelling around the Ring of Kerry…

It’s a road that takes you through 10,000 years of dramatic history. It’s a road that takes you from deep forest to the crashing waters of the Atlantic. It’s a road through rugged, majestic landscapes: where wild stag roam and where tumbling waterfalls crash into crystal streams teeming with wild salmon.

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Day 3:  Dingle Peninsula             

Dingle (An Daingean), the most westerly town in Europe, is the chief town of the peninsula and an excellent centre for the visitor.

Lying partly at the foot of a steep slope on the north side of Dingle Harbour, it is bounded on three sides by hills, which towards the north, culminate to Mount Brandon (950 m/3,127 ft). Through the progressive town, it still retains much of its old-world atmosphere.

Overnight in Killarney

Price includes Accommodation, Car hire, Sightseeing as stated

High season Prices from:

B&B Guesthouse

High Season –  €315.00pp/ $433

B&B SINGLE SUPPLEMENT  –  €45.00 / $62

3* Hotels

Per person twin sharing B&B  – € 360.00pp/ $495

Single Supplement –  € 90.00 / $124

4* Hotels

Per person twin sharing B&B –  €440.00pp/$605

Single Supplement  – € 130.00

5* Hotels

Per person twin sharing B&B  – €550.00pp/ $756

Single Supplement  – €185.00/$254