Visitor Attractions around Killorglin, County Kerry
Killorglin Visitor Attractions
This cheese farm is open to visitors. The owners produce a Gouda type cheese which is available from Mild (6 weeks) to very Mature (vintage 2 years and olders) and mixed with either cummin, garlic or cloves. Wilma's are stockists for other farmhouse cheese and local products.
Located on Ballykissane Pier is a monument to commemorate the loss of life of three Volunteers. In 1916 their car plunged into the sea while they were on the way to Cahirciveen in order to set up radio communications with Sir Roger Casement and the German arms ship Aud.
Located on a steep hillside overlooking Caragh Lake this site offers magnificent views of the surrounding mountains, lakes, Dingle Bay and the Atlantic ocean.
Puck Fair is one of Ireland's oldest fairs and is held on the 10th-12th of August every year.The main events of the festival include the traditional horse fair, parade and coronation ceremony of King Puck, open air night concerts, fireworks display, children's competitions, street entertainers and dancing displays.
Kerry Golf Courses
Ardfert Golf Club - Ardfert - 9 hole parkland course
Ballybunion Golf Club - Ballybunion - 18 hole links course
Ballyheigue Castle Golf Club - Ballyheigue - 18 hole parkland course
Beaufort Golf Club - Beaufort - 18 hole parkland course
Castlegregory Golf Club - Castlegregory - 9 hole links course
Ceann Sibeal Golf Club - Ballyferriter - 18 hole links course
Dooks Golf Club - Glenbeigh - 18 hole links course
Kenmare Golf Club - Kenmare - 18 hole parkland course
Kerries Golf Club - Tralee - 9 hole parkland course
Killarney Golf & Fishing Club - Killarney - Three 18 hole parkland courses
Parknasilla Golf Club - Parknasilla - 12 hole links course
Ring of Kerry Golf Club - Templenoe - 18 hole parkland course
Tralee Golf Club - Ardfert - 18 hole parkland course
Waterville Golf Club - Waterville - 18 hole links course
What Our Guests Say
Thank you very much for an enjoyable stay again. We have been here for the last 10 years and every year gets better.See you again next year.
Jim amp:& Nuala Osc, Ireland
Never mind the poor weather. We had a wonderful time. Thank you Margaret for your very warm welcome again maybe we will come back to Ireland with another girls soccer team.
TUS Altenbridge girls soccer team, Germany
Thank you for a lovely home everything you could wish for and more great week despite the weather.
Honeyball & Lelliot, England
Back again with our friends from England. We all loved the place you have a lovely house, full of warmth and comfort and every need catered for. We are looking forward to returning.
Annette, Henry, Ruth and Alan, Ireland
Sunshine, many clouds very much heavy rain but a lovely house and very friendly hosts thank you.
Felicia, Marthus Krawcogh, Manuel Promel, Germany
It is difficult to leave this beautiful country although I haven't seen all of it I cant imagine finding another spot as overwhelming picture perfect as this. Especially enjoyed tea on the terrace overlooking the breathtaking landscape in the daylight and making wishes on shooting stars at night. To the locals of Cromane Ta Mo Chroi tu Chroi Slan Agat.
Diana Riordan, America
The first foreign expedition of the Bearsden Secret Society Mountaineering club gathered at Upper Cromane having previously experienced the standards of other accommodations White Sands came as an extremely pleasant surprise and has been awarded the 5 bottle standard, We have been completely spoiled for future tents, bothies and howffs not to mention b&b and most hotels. The weather matched the standard of accommodation and we depart sunburned & peeling, having bagged all Irelands 12 ,3000 footers and a record number of ice-creams topped off by a free fireworks display over the Reeks as the weather finally broke on Friday evening. Many thanks Mrs Foley for such comfortable & spacious accommodatiom in a wonderful location.
The BSSMC, Scotland