Killarney National Park
One of Ireland’s most spectacular locations, Killarney National Park prides itself on its 25,000 acres of pure unimpaired and natural lakes, mountains and forests. The Park was created in 1932 when the Vincent Family donated their estate to the people of Ireland.
There are many attractions within Killarney National Park including; Dinis Cottage, Knockreer House and Demesne, Innisfallen Island, Ladies View, Molls Gap, The Meeting of the Waters, Old Weird Bridge, Muckross Abbey, Torc Waterfall, O’Sullivan’s Cascade and Muckross House and Traditional Farms. All of the mentioned activities are a great day out for the family. With the complimentary bike hire that comes as part of your stay, you can explore this spectacular area with ease.
Closer to Killarney Town you can discover Ross Castle, a 15th Century Castle nestled on the banks of the lakes, which is open for all to explore. Walking is also very popular with a network of paths leading in to Knockreer, Muckross and Ross Island. The Park is home to indigenous Wild Red Deer and Sika Deer from Japan.
Fancy a view from the lakes? Boat Trips on to the lakes are available at Ross Castle. Guests can take an open top boat or water bus around the lakes and to Innisfallen Ireland.
To experience Killarney National Park for yourself, please contact hotel reception on:
+353 (0) 64 662 34 00