Killorglin is a bustling town in the heart of County Kerry. Located on the Wild Atlantic Way touring route it is the perfect location for exploring both the Ring of Kerry and the Dingle Peninsula.
The town offers a great selection of traditional Irish pubs and restaurants and a myriad of activities to keep you busy during your stay. Whether its hiking in the MacGillycuddy Reeks, a leisurely walk along the Atlantic Coast; Sea, River or Lake Angling, Golfing, Cycling, Canoeing and Outdoor Pursuits Killorglin has it all.
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Sean Houlihan Hackney & Coaches
Tel: (066) 9761527
Laune Cabs & Coaches
Tel: 1800 223223
Road Runner Cabs
Mid Kerry Cabs
Grove Lodge Guest House Killarney Road Killorglin
Contact: Delia Email: email@example.com
Rivers Edge B&B The Bridge, Killorglin
Riverside House New Line, Killorglin
Tel: 066 9761184
Orglan House The Bridge, Killarney Road Killorglin
Tel: 066 9761540
Contact: Bridie Evans
Carrig Country House Caragh Lake, Killorglin (5 miles)
Tel: (066)9769100 Contact: Siobhan, Mary, Frank
Killorglin Self Catering:
Riverside Holiday Homes The Bridge, Killorglin
Tel: 066-9765222 Contact: Angela
Lakefield - Caragh Lake Self Catering
Lakefield, Caragh Lake, Killorglin
Tel: 066-9769138 Contact: Annegret
Beaufort House and the Courtyard Cottages
Tel: 064-6644764 Contact: Donald & rachel Cameron
Golf in Kerry
Dooks, one of the oldest links courses in Ireland is located just 7 miles from Killorglin offering spectacular views over Dooks, Rossbeigh and Dingle Bay.
Killorglin itself boasts a scenic 18 hole course. Beaufort, Killarney, Tralee, Ballybunion, Waterville and Kenmare are all within driving distances of Killorglin and on the Ring of Kerry
Carrauntuohill, Irelands largest peak is but a short drive from Killorglin.
The McGuillycuddy Reeks, The Kerry Way and many country and seaside walks make Killorglin a great base for exploring the Kerry landscape on foot.
Killorglin is situated on the River Laune which boasts excellent salmon fishing and brown trout from the Killarney Lakes.
Killorglin runs a number of exciting festivals every year. Here are some of the highlights:
K-Fest Music and Arts Festival (June Bank Holiday Weekend)
2014 was the second year of this unique and enjoyable festival.
A great team of local volunteers cleared many of the abandoned homes and former businesses in the town and turned them into art galleries with art from 75+ artists installed in the galleries.
The inaugural Screaming Pope Prize was also awarded at this years K-Fest.
This is also a festival for music lovers with bars all over the town offering great music acts for free or at subsidised prices.
This was also run in conjunction with complementary therapy workshops.
Find out all the details of the festival at www.kfest.ie
Puck Fair 10th, 11th and 12th August every year
Puck Fair is perhaps Ireland’s oldest and most well known festival. In 2013 it celebrated its 400th year on record. The diaspora all over the world from Killorglin return to town for this festival along with many many others. The festival involves the crowning of King Puck (a goat), parades, entertainment all over town,horse fairs, family events and craft stalls. Find out more details at www.puckfair.ie
Book your accommodation early if you wish to come to this festival.
Flavour of Killorglin - September
Killorglin is a secret food haven in not just Kerry but the whole of Ireland. During the festival the best of the towns restaurants and local artisan food producers come together to showcase some of their quality produce on the renowned Food trail which has 25+ locations all over the town. In previous years Sol y Sombra's Paella and mini mojitos have proved a hit with festival goers. A must visit for Foodies.
Find more details at www.flavourofkillorglin.com