Dúnbhríde House B&B
Dúnbhríde is located 7 km from Killarney in County Kerry, a region offering the charm of countryside, sea and mountains. We will have great pleasure welcoming you with tea or coffee in our spacious and quiet family home, neo-Georgian house surrounded by lush green trees and enjoying a magnificent view of Carrauntoohil Mountains, the highest peaks in Ireland (1040 m).
Dúnbhríde is close to a village called Kilcummin and is easily accessible by various means of transport.
For sailors and hikers the exact coordinates are : Latitude 52°. 5’. 83' North, Longitude 9°. 30’. 26' West.
By road from Killarney take the N22 towards Tralee, after about 6 kms you will reach a junction where you turn right to Kilcummin and Gneeveguilla. Ride about 200 meters; it is the 5th house on the right.
Kerry International Airport is located 10 km North of the house in Farranfore, on the Tralee road.
There are regular flights from Dublin, Airport serving the world Cork, the second largest city, is one hour drive from Killarney, and its International Airport serves the whole Europe Killarney is served by Irish Rail and Bus Eireann from the main cities of Ireland.
We remain at your disposal to assist you organizing your stay and to discover the wonders of the region as well as a number of activities whose diversity will allow everyone to find its focus.
This quiet and comfortable house, furnished with antiques, offers you
4 rooms, 3 en suite (3 with a double bed and 1 with twin beds),
a lounge together with a dining room for breakfast.
The rooms are equipped with television, clock radio, hairdryer, kettle with tea & coffee facilities.
The lounge offers you a relaxing area in which to read a magazine and the dining room,
to enjoy a tasty breakfast ,'Full Irish' or Continental, with our homemade specialties.
A smoking area will be available outside (Law does not allow smoking inside).
Private car park.
Kerry is certainly one of the most beautiful parts of Ireland and Killarney its central point for an endless choice of activities. You could not imagine a better place and you will certainly not be disappointed.
Sport fan? You can enjoy golf, horseriding, walking, cycling, sailing, scuba diving,
fishing ... and much more in breathtaking scenery.
Culture, art and architecture will not be forgotten; the place abounds with
historic sites and curiosities.
Literary & Music Festivals, Carnivals & concerts, sports competitions will be offered
without forgetting the traditional celebration of St. Patrick on March 17th.
Finally, after having tasted the local cuisine in a pub or a local restaurant,
many shops will enable you to bring a bit of green Erin in your luggage.
Here is a non-exhaustive list about some must-see interests:
Killarney National Park : historical sites, Muckross House & Gardens, Muckross Abbey, Ross Castle, Ladies view, Torc Waterfall, Killarney Lakes, Gap of Dunloe, Black Valley.
Ring of Kerry: the most famous day trip to Ireland is a journey around MacGillicuddy Mountains and Iveragh Peninsula with magnificent scenery along the Atlantic coast, Valentia Island, Dingle Bay and Kenmare, returning to Killarney by Molls’ Gap, Ladies View and Killarney National Park. Inside the Ring are the highest peaks in Ireland: Carrauntuohill (1.039 m), Beenkeragh (1.010 m), Caher (1.001m), Cnoc na Peist (988 m) and Mangerton Mountain (843 m), and some beautiful lakes: Carragher, Curran, Derriana to name a few.
Killarney town, which dates back to the 1700s offer buildings with interesting architecture: the Town Hall (1740), Deenagh Lodge (1834), the Courthouse (1835), the Station (1853), The Malton Hotel (1854), St. Mary’s Cathedral (1842-1855), the Old Monastery (1861), the Franciscan Monastery (1867).
||Dunbhride House B&B - Lawlors Cross - Coolnagarrahy
Kilcummin - Killarney
Co Kerry - Ireland
Post code V93 Y5NT
||00353 (0) 646 639 410
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This page was last updated: 16 December 2015