Killorglin in Ireland, from Europe region, is best know for Historical & Heritage Tours. Discover best things to do in Killorglin with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Killorglin
5 based on 22 reviews
We are a local and professional service. We offer various levels of guided walks in Kerry, we can also provide you transport from your accommodation. Ascents of Carrauntoohil by a qualified and experienced mountain leader. Private chauffeur driven Ring of Kerry, Mid Kerry, Dingle and Killarney Tours for up to 6 people.
What a wonderful experience. Met at Cronins Yard as arranged by our guide Richard, who was very chatty, humorous and quite the story teller. He got us to the top safely while sharing some fascinating facts about the surrounding areas. Once again thank you very...MoreHi there. Thanks for taking the time out to write a review. Much appreciated. Richard had a great day out with you both. The photos were great. It's our pleasure to show off Carrauntoohil to you. Glad you enjoyed. Take care. Ann Marie and Richard
4.5 based on 40 reviews
A few holes offer spectacular views of the area. One of Eddie Hacketts easier courses to play. The course is extremely well maintained and in excellent condition. I truly enjoyed myself. A definite do over!
4.5 based on 27 reviews
Nothing compares to the wild and rugged beauty of Cromane. Standing on the beach watching the sun set behind sandy inch and seeing the surrounding Mountains reflected in the serene blue sea is breathtaking. Lovely peninsula if you're a keen walker or bird spotter. And nearby bar jacks for lunch and a guiness make this a perfect stop off if you're holidaying in Kerry.
4.5 based on 22 reviews
Friends recommended we stay here, just for a night on our travels around Kerry. Modern, clean, very friendly staff. We also ate here with our friends, the food was really good, service good. Really enjoyed experience.
4.5 based on 12 reviews
Another place for a nice pint, nearly always busy because of its position.Grab a stool by the window looking out at Ring of Kerry Road, and have another pint or two.
4 based on 20 reviews
Visited here over easter
.we wanted to see where the ballykissane tragedy happened. The monument to the men who lost their lives is a lovely tribute. There was an easter wreath placed on it also. Posters with information on the tragedy are also there which is helpful. Lovely place to see and easy to find.
4.5 based on 8 reviews
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Have now taken part on6 trips with "Go Visit Ireland".
Ring of Kerry twice, Dingle Peninsula twice, Baerra Peninsula, Connemara and Donegal.
Going back again with 5 friends this year and will cycle the Dingle again.
Easy to book and Jean/Tracey always very helpful. they manage to find gems of B&Bs. The bikes from Sullivan's are OK.
A week cycling with this organization is like a months convalescence!!!! Will carry on going until I can no longer cycle!!!!!
3.5 based on 18 reviews
Visited with family on holiday - expected so much and got so little...cheap rubbish being sold, awful fairground, just dreadful! Was hoping for a lovely traditional Irish festival, but seen nothing of that sort. My 11 year old nearly got mugged in the playground!! Just an awful experience!!
3.5 based on 12 reviews
No one knows why, but every August a goat is enthroned as King of Puck Fair in Killorglin, and put up high on a platform. This King Puck reigns on the 10th, 11th and 12th of August. A statue to King Puck is located near the bridge. There is a plaque on the side that tells you all of this. It is a nice statue, but it is just that, a statue. If you cannot be here for the fair in August, it is at least something to share with others who won't believe you!
5 based on 1 reviews
Bar, snug, beer garden, wheelchair friendly, WiFi, pool table, local knowledge, family run, music, summer live music in beer garden. See Facebook page for updates on events. BBQ's.
Great spot and always a friendly welcome too. The beer garden is covered and has a bar also. Well worth a visit.
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