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A Description Of Kerry

Kerry, in the extreme south-west of Ireland, has two contrasting types of terrain-the mountainous southern part with its three large hilly peninsulas of Beara, Iveragh and Dingle, and the smaller area of undulating plain in the north that stretches as far as the Shannon estuary.

Along the coast, sandy bays alternate with cliffs and rocky headlands; inland too are regions of outstanding scenic beauty - including Killarney's perfect blend of mountain and island-studded lake, wooded shore and glen. But scenery is by no means Kerry's only attraction; there are many coastal resorts, excellent angling waters, climbing that includes Ireland's highest mountain, good golf courses and wealth of ancient monuments.
 

Places To Stay In Kerry

Caragh Lake :
Caragh Lodge, Caragh Lake, Co Kerry. Tel: 066-69115 Fax: 066-69316

Dingle Peninsula : Dun An Oir, Ballyferriter, Dingle Peninsula, Co Kerry. Tel: 066-56133 Fax: 066-56153

Fossa : Coffey's Guesthouse, Golf Course Road, Fossa, Killarney, Co Kerry. Tel: 064-31260 Fax: 064-34761

Tralee : Ostan Granville, Ballyferriter, Tralee, Co Kerry. Tel: 066-56116

Waterville : Butler Arms Hotel, Waterville, Co Kerry. Tel: 066-74144 Fax: 066-74520

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