Visit and stay in self catering homes in Kerry

Why visit County Kerry?

Kerry, also known as “The Kingdom” in GAA circles in Ireland is one of Ireland’s most visited counties by way of visitors (international or domestic) with over one point two million visitors in 2018. The problem you will have in Kerry while there will be deciding what to do, only because there is so much that can be done. Find some of our recommendations below:

Why visit County Kerry?

Kerry, also known as “The Kingdom” in GAA circles in Ireland is one of Ireland’s most visited counties by way of visitors (international or domestic) with over one point two million visitors in 2018. The problem you will have in Kerry while there will be deciding what to do, only because there is so much that can be done. Find some of our recommendations below:

Eating in Kerry

Bricin Restaurant: Located on Main Street in Killarney Bricin combines old world charm with a modern slant. Bricin is uniquely a host to a gift shop in the same premises so when you have finished your delicious meal you can take away a memento. If you are a vegetarian or if you love beef or fish Bricin. We love the attentive and friendly staff who are welcoming and engaging. Widely considered the best restaurant in Killarney. See the menu for Bricin here.

Mulcahy’s Bar and Restaurant: If you are staying with Relax Ireland about the Kenmare area then Mulcahy’s Restaurant is just for you. Holder of the most recently award Certificate of Excellence from Trip Advisor Malcahy’s Bar and Restaurant is the perfect dining experience for couples and for families alike. See the menu for Mulcahy’s here

Out of the Blue: Based on Strand Street in Dingle, Out of the Blue Seafood is a fish-lovers idea of paradise. Overlooking the near-by harbour Out of the blue offers efficient and friendly service, delicious seafood and with a relaxed and chilled ambiance. Make sure to make reservations in advance as its not uncommon where people that try to get tables by “calling in” are let down due to there being no tables available. Our recommendations here would be their divine hake or plaice. See their menu here

Things to do in Kerry

Skellig Michael: Skellig Michael truly needs to be seen to be believed. Located at Ballinskellig Bay Skellig Michael is a visual master piece. Skellig Michael has come under a Hollywood spotlight in recent years when it was used as a scene in one of the most recent Star Wars movies. If you get good weather and you don’t have a fear of heights, rest assured that you will not see many things better than this in your life. Amazing

Killarnay National Park: Killarney National Park is one of Ireland’s most amazing places. Every corner you walk around will be something even more incredible. Simply breath-taking and a must for young and old when visiting Kerry.

Slea Head Drive: If you have the benefit of having your car with you while in Kerry then visiting Slea Head is an absolute must for you. Beginning in Dingle and running along the Dingle Peninsula this is some of Ireland’s most breath-taking scenery.

Eating in Kerry

Bricin Restaurant: Located on Main Street in Killarney Bricin combines old world charm with a modern slant. Bricin is uniquely a host to a gift shop in the same premises so when you have finished your delicious meal you can take away a memento. If you are a vegetarian or if you love beef or fish Bricin. We love the attentive and friendly staff who are welcoming and engaging. Widely considered the best restaurant in Killarney. See the menu for Bricin here.

Mulcahy’s Bar and Restaurant: If you are staying with Relax Ireland about the Kenmare area then Mulcahy’s Restaurant is just for you. Holder of the most recently award Certificate of Excellence from Trip Advisor Malcahy’s Bar and Restaurant is the perfect dining experience for couples and for families alike. See the menu for Mulcahy’s here

Out of the Blue: Based on Strand Street in Dingle, Out of the Blue Seafood is a fish-lovers idea of paradise. Overlooking the near-by harbour Out of the blue offers efficient and friendly service, delicious seafood and with a relaxed and chilled ambiance. Make sure to make reservations in advance as its not uncommon where people that try to get tables by “calling in” are let down due to there being no tables available. Our recommendations here would be their divine hake or plaice. See their menu here

Things to do in Kerry

Skellig Michael: Skellig Michael truly needs to be seen to be believed. Located at Ballinskellig Bay Skellig Michael is a visual master piece. Skellig Michael has come under a Hollywood spotlight in recent years when it was used as a scene in one of the most recent Star Wars movies. If you get good weather and you don’t have a fear of heights, rest assured that you will not see many things better than this in your life. Amazing

Killarnay National Park: Killarney National Park is one of Ireland’s most amazing places. Every corner you walk around will be something even more incredible. Simply breath-taking and a must for young and old when visiting Kerry.

Slea Head Drive: If you have the benefit of having your car with you while in Kerry then visiting Slea Head is an absolute must for you. Beginning in Dingle and running along the Dingle Peninsula this is some of Ireland’s most breath-taking scenery.

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