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Experience Magical Killarney

 

Beara Peninsula
  • Overview

    highlights

    • Enjoy a spectacular drive around the Ring of Kerry
    • Explore the beautiful Dingle Peninsula
    • Visit the Foynes Flying Boat Museum
    • Discover the vibrant city of Dublin
    • Explore lively Killarney
    • Traditional Irish entertainment at the Eviston House Hotel
    • Visit the picture-postcard village of Adare

    It’s easy to see why Killarney is referred to as the ‘Jewel of Ireland’ as this welcoming town boasts majestic mountains, mystical lakes and breathtaking scenery, which have all inspired many a poet and artist. Join us and discover the magic of Killarney for yourself!

    Great for:

    • Great for - Beach
    • Great for - Food & Drink
    • Great for - Scenery


    Tramore Beach
  • Itinerary

    ITINERARY

    LOCATIONS


  • The Hotel

    YOUR HOTEL


    Best Western Eviston House Hotel

    • Best Western Eviston House Hotel
    • Best Western Eviston House Hotel

    This family-run hotel is located in the heart of Killarney and is attached to the Danny Mann pub which has nightly Irish music and singing. It also has a hot tub and sauna for you to relax in.

    • Danny Mann Singing Lounge
    • Traditional Irish entertainment every evening
    • Ivy Lounge
    • Fitness suite including sauna, solarium and hot tub
    • Night porter
    • Lift to all floors
  • Gallery
  • Excursions & Extras

    INCLUDED EXCURSIONS


    Rock of Cashel
    En Route: Cashel

    We’ll enjoy an en route visit to the charming town of Cashel, which dates from medieval times. Its most famous landmark is the Rock of Cashel, upon which is a castle, reputedly the place where St Patrick converted the King of Munster to Christianity in the 5th century. At the foot of the Rock is Bru Boru, a national centre for Irish culture, with a folk theatre, celebrating native Irish music, song, dance, theatre and Celtic studies.

    Foynes Flying Boat Museum
    En Route: Tralee, Listowel and Foynes Flying Boat museum
    We enjoy en route trips to the charming town of Tralee and historical Listowel, before making our way to the Foynes Flying Boat Museum. This excellent museum is home to captivating exhibits relating to Irish aviation in the 1930s and ‘40s, with original artefacts and expertly-recreated replicas to take you back to this fascinating era.
    Dublin Cathedral
    Free time in Dublin

    Explore Ireland’s wonderful capital at your leisure. For historical attractions, visit Trinity College, where you can see the ancient Book of Kells, estimated to be over 1200 years old, the lavishly decorated script is still in wonderful condition and one of the oldest known books. For great shopping visit Grafton Street, Nassau Street or Temple Bar. For a unique experience in Dublin visit one of the traditional pubs surrounding the Temple Bar area and have a Guinness. 

    Killarney
    Free time in Killarney
    During our stay in Killarney we'll have the opportunity for free time. The town is one of the leading destinations in Ireland, due to its location surrounded by fantastic lake and mountain scenery. There are an abundance of historical sites to be explored in close proximity to the town. A little way around Lough Leane is Muckross Abbey and Muckross House, the former is a ruin that is free to wander through and the house and gardens has a beautiful walking route which is probably the best way to explore the area. A little more accessible from the town is Ross Castle, which has a beautiful lakeside setting and a fascinating history which can be discovered on a guided tour.
    Slea Head
    Full Day: Dingle Peninsula & Slea Head

    Known for its rugged beauty and fantastic cultural heritage, the Dingle peninsula has been recommended as a must-visit spot for nature lovers by some of the top travel guides the world over. The peninsula features green landscapes, rocky hills, sandy beaches and dramatic cliff faces. The town of Dingle itself is a hub for Irish culture and has a large Irish speaking population. We'll move onto Slea Head, which gives a dramatic view from the tip of the Dingle Peninsula, the beach here is known as one of the best in Ireland. From here, you can enjoy spectacular views across to the outlying Blasket Islands, known as ‘the next parish to America’. 

    Ring of Kerry
    Full Day: Ring of Kerry including Kerry Bog Village
    We take a stunning 100-mile scenic drive around some of the Atlantic Coast’s most inspiring scenery. We pass through picturesque villages, taking in sites of great historical interest. Don’t miss the stunning views at Ladies View. We also visit Kerry Bog Village, giving you a fascinating insight into life in 18th-century Ireland during the famine.
    Rock of Cashel
    En Route: Cashel

    We’ll enjoy an en route visit to the charming town of Cashel, which dates from medieval times. Its most famous landmark is the Rock of Cashel, upon which is a castle, reputedly the place where St Patrick converted the King of Munster to Christianity in the 5th century. At the foot of the Rock is Bru Boru, a national centre for Irish culture, with a folk theatre, celebrating native Irish music, song, dance, theatre and Celtic studies.

    Foynes Flying Boat Museum
    En Route: Tralee, Listowel and Foynes Flying Boat museum
    We enjoy en route trips to the charming town of Tralee and historical Listowel, before making our way to the Foynes Flying Boat Museum. This excellent museum is home to captivating exhibits relating to Irish aviation in the 1930s and ‘40s, with original artefacts and expertly-recreated replicas to take you back to this fascinating era.
    Dublin Cathedral
    Free time in Dublin

    Explore Ireland’s wonderful capital at your leisure. For historical attractions, visit Trinity College, where you can see the ancient Book of Kells, estimated to be over 1200 years old, the lavishly decorated script is still in wonderful condition and one of the oldest known books. For great shopping visit Grafton Street, Nassau Street or Temple Bar. For a unique experience in Dublin visit one of the traditional pubs surrounding the Temple Bar area and have a Guinness. 

    Killarney
    Free time in Killarney
    During our stay in Killarney we'll have the opportunity for free time. The town is one of the leading destinations in Ireland, due to its location surrounded by fantastic lake and mountain scenery. There are an abundance of historical sites to be explored in close proximity to the town. A little way around Lough Leane is Muckross Abbey and Muckross House, the former is a ruin that is free to wander through and the house and gardens has a beautiful walking route which is probably the best way to explore the area. A little more accessible from the town is Ross Castle, which has a beautiful lakeside setting and a fascinating history which can be discovered on a guided tour.
    Slea Head
    Full Day: Dingle Peninsula & Slea Head

    Known for its rugged beauty and fantastic cultural heritage, the Dingle peninsula has been recommended as a must-visit spot for nature lovers by some of the top travel guides the world over. The peninsula features green landscapes, rocky hills, sandy beaches and dramatic cliff faces. The town of Dingle itself is a hub for Irish culture and has a large Irish speaking population. We'll move onto Slea Head, which gives a dramatic view from the tip of the Dingle Peninsula, the beach here is known as one of the best in Ireland. From here, you can enjoy spectacular views across to the outlying Blasket Islands, known as ‘the next parish to America’. 

    Ring of Kerry
    Full Day: Ring of Kerry including Kerry Bog Village
    We take a stunning 100-mile scenic drive around some of the Atlantic Coast’s most inspiring scenery. We pass through picturesque villages, taking in sites of great historical interest. Don’t miss the stunning views at Ladies View. We also visit Kerry Bog Village, giving you a fascinating insight into life in 18th-century Ireland during the famine.
    Rock of Cashel
    En Route: Cashel

    We’ll enjoy an en route visit to the charming town of Cashel, which dates from medieval times. Its most famous landmark is the Rock of Cashel, upon which is a castle, reputedly the place where St Patrick converted the King of Munster to Christianity in the 5th century. At the foot of the Rock is Bru Boru, a national centre for Irish culture, with a folk theatre, celebrating native Irish music, song, dance, theatre and Celtic studies.

    Foynes Flying Boat Museum
    En Route: Tralee, Listowel and Foynes Flying Boat museum
    We enjoy en route trips to the charming town of Tralee and historical Listowel, before making our way to the Foynes Flying Boat Museum. This excellent museum is home to captivating exhibits relating to Irish aviation in the 1930s and ‘40s, with original artefacts and expertly-recreated replicas to take you back to this fascinating era.
    Dublin Cathedral
    Free time in Dublin

    Explore Ireland’s wonderful capital at your leisure. For historical attractions, visit Trinity College, where you can see the ancient Book of Kells, estimated to be over 1200 years old, the lavishly decorated script is still in wonderful condition and one of the oldest known books. For great shopping visit Grafton Street, Nassau Street or Temple Bar. For a unique experience in Dublin visit one of the traditional pubs surrounding the Temple Bar area and have a Guinness. 

    Killarney
    Free time in Killarney
    During our stay in Killarney we'll have the opportunity for free time. The town is one of the leading destinations in Ireland, due to its location surrounded by fantastic lake and mountain scenery. There are an abundance of historical sites to be explored in close proximity to the town. A little way around Lough Leane is Muckross Abbey and Muckross House, the former is a ruin that is free to wander through and the house and gardens has a beautiful walking route which is probably the best way to explore the area. A little more accessible from the town is Ross Castle, which has a beautiful lakeside setting and a fascinating history which can be discovered on a guided tour.
    Slea Head
    Full Day: Dingle Peninsula & Slea Head

    Known for its rugged beauty and fantastic cultural heritage, the Dingle peninsula has been recommended as a must-visit spot for nature lovers by some of the top travel guides the world over. The peninsula features green landscapes, rocky hills, sandy beaches and dramatic cliff faces. The town of Dingle itself is a hub for Irish culture and has a large Irish speaking population. We'll move onto Slea Head, which gives a dramatic view from the tip of the Dingle Peninsula, the beach here is known as one of the best in Ireland. From here, you can enjoy spectacular views across to the outlying Blasket Islands, known as ‘the next parish to America’. 

    Ring of Kerry
    Full Day: Ring of Kerry including Kerry Bog Village
    We take a stunning 100-mile scenic drive around some of the Atlantic Coast’s most inspiring scenery. We pass through picturesque villages, taking in sites of great historical interest. Don’t miss the stunning views at Ladies View. We also visit Kerry Bog Village, giving you a fascinating insight into life in 18th-century Ireland during the famine.
    Rock of Cashel
    En Route: Cashel

    We’ll enjoy an en route visit to the charming town of Cashel, which dates from medieval times. Its most famous landmark is the Rock of Cashel, upon which is a castle, reputedly the place where St Patrick converted the King of Munster to Christianity in the 5th century. At the foot of the Rock is Bru Boru, a national centre for Irish culture, with a folk theatre, celebrating native Irish music, song, dance, theatre and Celtic studies.

    Foynes Flying Boat Museum
    En Route: Tralee, Listowel and Foynes Flying Boat museum
    We enjoy en route trips to the charming town of Tralee and historical Listowel, before making our way to the Foynes Flying Boat Museum. This excellent museum is home to captivating exhibits relating to Irish aviation in the 1930s and ‘40s, with original artefacts and expertly-recreated replicas to take you back to this fascinating era.
    Dublin Cathedral
    Free time in Dublin

    Explore Ireland’s wonderful capital at your leisure. For historical attractions, visit Trinity College, where you can see the ancient Book of Kells, estimated to be over 1200 years old, the lavishly decorated script is still in wonderful condition and one of the oldest known books. For great shopping visit Grafton Street, Nassau Street or Temple Bar. For a unique experience in Dublin visit one of the traditional pubs surrounding the Temple Bar area and have a Guinness. 

    Killarney
    Free time in Killarney
    During our stay in Killarney we'll have the opportunity for free time. The town is one of the leading destinations in Ireland, due to its location surrounded by fantastic lake and mountain scenery. There are an abundance of historical sites to be explored in close proximity to the town. A little way around Lough Leane is Muckross Abbey and Muckross House, the former is a ruin that is free to wander through and the house and gardens has a beautiful walking route which is probably the best way to explore the area. A little more accessible from the town is Ross Castle, which has a beautiful lakeside setting and a fascinating history which can be discovered on a guided tour.
    Slea Head
    Full Day: Dingle Peninsula & Slea Head

    Known for its rugged beauty and fantastic cultural heritage, the Dingle peninsula has been recommended as a must-visit spot for nature lovers by some of the top travel guides the world over. The peninsula features green landscapes, rocky hills, sandy beaches and dramatic cliff faces. The town of Dingle itself is a hub for Irish culture and has a large Irish speaking population. We'll move onto Slea Head, which gives a dramatic view from the tip of the Dingle Peninsula, the beach here is known as one of the best in Ireland. From here, you can enjoy spectacular views across to the outlying Blasket Islands, known as ‘the next parish to America’. 

    Ring of Kerry
    Full Day: Ring of Kerry including Kerry Bog Village
    We take a stunning 100-mile scenic drive around some of the Atlantic Coast’s most inspiring scenery. We pass through picturesque villages, taking in sites of great historical interest. Don’t miss the stunning views at Ladies View. We also visit Kerry Bog Village, giving you a fascinating insight into life in 18th-century Ireland during the famine.

    OPTIONAL EXCURSIONS


    Dublin Cathedral
    Guided Tour of Dublin
    Get the most from your visit to this cultural and historical city by taking a guided tour with our expert, who will take you to the best sights and share their extensive knowledge with you.
    Jaunting cars
    Jaunting Car and Cruise on Lough Leane
    Enjoy a ride on a traditional jaunting car and a relaxing scenic cruise on pleasant Lough Leane, seeing the Emerald Isle at its verdant best.
    Dublin Cathedral
    Guided Tour of Dublin
    Get the most from your visit to this cultural and historical city by taking a guided tour with our expert, who will take you to the best sights and share their extensive knowledge with you.
    Jaunting cars
    Jaunting Car and Cruise on Lough Leane
    Enjoy a ride on a traditional jaunting car and a relaxing scenic cruise on pleasant Lough Leane, seeing the Emerald Isle at its verdant best.
    Dublin Cathedral
    Guided Tour of Dublin
    Get the most from your visit to this cultural and historical city by taking a guided tour with our expert, who will take you to the best sights and share their extensive knowledge with you.
    Jaunting cars
    Jaunting Car and Cruise on Lough Leane
    Enjoy a ride on a traditional jaunting car and a relaxing scenic cruise on pleasant Lough Leane, seeing the Emerald Isle at its verdant best.
    Dublin Cathedral
    Guided Tour of Dublin
    Get the most from your visit to this cultural and historical city by taking a guided tour with our expert, who will take you to the best sights and share their extensive knowledge with you.
    Jaunting cars
    Jaunting Car and Cruise on Lough Leane
    Enjoy a ride on a traditional jaunting car and a relaxing scenic cruise on pleasant Lough Leane, seeing the Emerald Isle at its verdant best.
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What's included

  • Travel by Coach or Air
  • Six nights half board accommodation
  • Nightly entertainment at the Eviston House Hotel in Killarney
  • Entertainment on some evenings
  • Touring itinerary
Best Western Eviston House Hotel

Best Western Eviston House Hotel

This family-run hotel is located in the heart of Killarney and is attached to the Danny Mann pub which has nightly Irish music and singing. It also has a hot tub and sauna for you to relax in.

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Best Western Eviston House Hotel

  • Best Western Eviston House Hotel
  • Best Western Eviston House Hotel

This family-run hotel is located in the heart of Killarney and is attached to the Danny Mann pub which has nightly Irish music and singing. It also has a hot tub and sauna for you to relax in.

  • Danny Mann Singing Lounge
  • Traditional Irish entertainment every evening
  • Ivy Lounge
  • Fitness suite including sauna, solarium and hot tub
  • Night porter
  • Lift to all floors
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