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Destination

Destination

Discover Killarney and Co. Kerry

Killarney is a vibrant town, located in the breathtaking Kerry countryside. Pack full of history, activities and heritage, Killarney is the ideal ‘little’ town for your next holiday. Whether it’s a hike through Killarney National Park or a day at the beach you’re after, Killarney has something for everyone.  At the Innisfallen Hotel, we are happy to help you make the most of your stay by booking golf at one of the many local courses or suggesting a route to take you through the Fosssa or organizing a picnic hamper. 

After your day of exploring, wind-down in front of the fireplace or gorge yourself on a wholesome meal in the Valley Bar. Innisfallen offers complimentary WiFi, complimentary parking, 24-hour reception and a business centre.

Ring of Kerry

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Scenic Drive

Ring of Kerry

One of Ireland’s most popular and famous road circuits, the Ring of Kerry takes you through deep forest and along the cliffs of the Wild Atlantic Way as it curves around the Iveragh Peninsula, Co. Kerry. The 179km long, circular route passes though picturesque, seaside villages such as Killorglin, Pormagee, Catherdaniel, and Waterville. This mystical route curves around Ladies View, the famous Lakes of Killarney and through Killarney's magnificent National Park. The Ring of Kerry can be explored with on foot or by bike or car – remember to bring a good camera, clothing for all weather and a sense of adventure when exploring the Ring of Kerry! 

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Ross Castle

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Historical Site

Ross Castle

Ross Castle is located just outside the town of Killarney on the Ross Road. Originally the home of an Irish Chieftain (O’ Donoghue Ross). The castle is a typical example of the stronghold of an Irish Chieftain during the Middle Ages. It sits on the banks of Lough Leane on a majestic site looking out on to the lake and Inisfallen Island (home to a 7th century monastery). It is reputed to be one of the last strongholds of significance to fall to Cromwell’s forces in the 1650’s.

The Castle has recently been restored and is open to visitors from April to October

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Torc Waterfall

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A Must See

Torc Waterfall

Torc Waterfall is 12 kilometres from Innisfallen Hotel. Torc waterfall is one of Killarney’s most well known tourist attractions and a traditional stopping point for bus and coach tours. The waterfall is some 70 to 80 feet high and the Owengarriff river which feeds it rises in “The Devil’s Punchbowl” on nearby Mangerton mountain. If you want a good viewing point of the lakes then push yourself a little further and climb the 100 or so steps immediately to the left of the waterfall to get some excellent views of the lakes. 

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  • Ring of Kerry
  • St Mary’s Cathedral
  • Tomies Wood
  • Gap of Dunloe
  • Ross Castle
  • Torc Waterfall
  • Molls Gap