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Kerry’s Dark Sky Reserve

Kerry’s Dark Sky Reserve is the perfect place to look skyward as the dark evenings approach. Just what you need to rediscover a night sky full of gleaming jewels. This means that on clear nights the sky in this South West region of Ireland is simply stunning. These sights that are seen through the naked […]

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Sheep Dog Trials

The sheep-dog demonstration at our family owned Caitins Pub and Accommodation is one of the most unusual – and popular – sights on the Ring of Kerry. Local farmer Tom O Sullivan will introduce you to his sheep dogs. You will be able to see the flock of sheep on the mountain behind Tom. Tom then gives a […]

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Wild Atlantic Way

The Wild Atlantic Way is a tourism trail on the west coast, and on parts of the north and south coasts, of Ireland. The 2,500 km driving route passes through nine counties and three provinces, stretching from County Donegal’s Inishowen Peninsula in Ulster to Kinsale, County Cork, in Munster. The Golden’s of Kells is a […]

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Kells – The Kerry Way

Kells – The Kerry Way The centre of Kells is hard to pick out as it is spread out. The largest point on the triangle is a popular pitstop for motorists driving the Ring of Kerry. There is a craft shop, restaurant, post office and tourist information point at Golden’s of Kells. The second hive […]

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A Day in Kells Without the Car

A Day in Kells Breakfast at Caitins. Treat yourself to a delicious healthy Breakfast to start your day on a high. Walk to Golden’s of Kells Craft Shop and Restaurant and enjoy lunch with a glass of wine, coffee and home baking with superb views over Dingle Bay. Take a stroll along the Golden Mile, […]

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