County Kerry in the province of Munster and the county town is Tralee. Due to its unspoilt beauty the county is a magnet for tourists and the lovely town of Killarney is the centre of this activity and the main starting point for the beautiful tourist trail the Ring of Kerry. Notable towns on the Ring of Kerry are Killorglin, Cahersiveen, Waterville and Kenmare. Kerry is a land of lakes, mountains and freshwater rivers - The three highest mountains are Carrauntoohil, Beenkeragh and Caher, all part of the MacGillycuddy's Reeks range west of Killarney.
Doughlasha is a family run B&B, 6km from Killarney town centre. It has seven bedrooms, five are ensuite and two with a bathroom with a shower/Jacuzzi. The B&B boasts spectacular views of the mountains and breathtaking views of the Killarney Lakes. If you are a mountain climber Doughlasha is the place for you. We are 10 mins from Cronin's yards which is the main starting point for all climbers to Carrantouhill. We provide packed lunches, dinners etc. if required. We are walking distance from a hotel/pub which serves delicious food. For children, we have a playground with swings, slides, seesaw & trampoline. The playground is enclosed so you can relax in the patio area. We also provide a buggy, cots and a babysitting service. You are welcome to use our barbecue, we provide all the utensils, glasses, cutlery and use of our fridge freezer. All rooms are en-suite and are equipped with T.V., Hairdryer, Iron, Ironing Board, Tea/Coffee facilities, Fridge, Shampoo, Shower Gel.
Dingle B&B: An Capall Dubh B&B is a local family run B&B in a peaceful, secluded courtyard right in the heart of the delightful town of Dingle with its fishing harbour, fine restaurants, traditional pubs and art galleries. Although close to all that Dingle has to offer the accommodation is in a quiet location, ideal for those wanting to relax. There is a wheelchair accessible ground floor room while, on the first floor, 5 spacious en suite bedrooms, refreshingly decorated. Dingle is on the Wild Atlantic Way and the ideal location from which to explore the peninsula. Take the Slea Head Drive on the Wild Atlantic Way, a memorable experience, once done never forgotten. Dramatic seascapes, small coves, blue flag sandy beaches, archaeological sites(Cathair Deargain, Kilmalkedar, Gallarus), art and pottery studios, Mount Brandon, Ireland's second-highest mountain, water sports including great surfing, fishing, trips to the Great Blasket Islands, 3 golf courses and so much more.