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As this property is located on the Wild Atlantic Way route you are spoilt for choice for there are many wonderful beaches, most famous are the blue flag beaches of Ballybunion and if you drive north west out of Ballybunion you will find some wonderful gems like Bromore cliff walks the beaches of Beal and Littor. Further along in Ballylongford you can visit the ruins of  Carrigafoyle castle that was built in the 15th century and was owned by the O’Connor family.

We are a 15 min drive from the wonderful heritage town of Listowel. Here you can see the many delights from the past that the town has preserved, St Johns Theater invites artists from all over the world and weekly shows are on display, it also caters for the creative local talents of the area which it has in abundance as north Kerry is full of literally talent. You have Listowel Castle and the Kerry Literally Center side by side which now houses it’s own museum.

Cliff Walks
Dingle Peninsula
Ballybunion Beaches
Winter Forest Walk The Lake Lodge Kerry

Nestled in mature woodland the Lake Lodge Kerry walkway is a circut of the wood which take approx 15 minutes with wildlife in abundance such as pheasant, fox, hawks and other wildlife.


Only a 15 minute drive to the charming town of  Listowel which is beyond doubt the literary capital of Ireland with such poets and playwrites as John B. Keane, Bryan McMahon and others. The last week of  May each year the town hosts the annual Writers Week Literary and Arts Festival with 2020 being the 50th Anniversary of the Festival. SEE MORE


Located in Listowel, County Kerry, the Lartigue Monorail offers visitors of all ages the opportunity to experience a unique form of rail travel. The original steam-powered monorail (designed by Frenchman Charles Lartigue) ran for nine miles between Listowel and the seaside resort of Ballybunion. CHECK OUT MORE INFO


Only a 15 minute drive to two blue flag beaches of Ballybunion. North Kerry is an ideal location to discover over 10 beaches along its coastline. While many are well signposted and popular there are other hideaway coves that are off the beaten track. CLICK FOR DETAILS


Bromore’s sheer 180 foot cliffs have been sculpted by nature for thousands of years. Winter storms and the Wild Atlantic have formed headlands and bays and carved deep caves at sea level some of which later progressed to become arches and sea stacks.

Minerals seeping through the layers of flagstone that form Bromore Cliffs give them their ever changing colours. For tours and information SEE HERE


TRALEE (30 Mins) - Kerry's capital town of Tralee has various activities and attractions such as Manor West Shopping, AquaDome, Bowling Buddies, The Wetlands Centre, Omniplex Cinema, Kerry County Museum and more. Throughout the year the town celebrates Festivals such as Tralee Food Fair, The Rose of Tralee International Festival

KILLARNEY (1 Hr) A tourist hot spot with such breathtaking locations such as Muckross National Park, Torc Waterfall, Gap of Dunloe, The Ring of Kerry and of course the DINGLE PENINSULA (1 Hr 30min) with an abundance of traditional shops, restaurants, bars, music and amazing seafood.

LISTOWEL The town hosts the very famous writers week which show cases talents world wide, it runs in May each year. The capital town of Tralee is a mere 40 minute drive with Killarney an hour from the Lodge. Clare and Galway are all within 1 day trips away via the Shannon Car Ferry.

BALLYBUNION is also a 15min drive and as well as the fabulous beaches there is the world famous golf Links a must if you are into golf, always ensure you book well in advance.

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