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Muckross Road, V93 RT22 Killarney,
Co. Kerry, Ireland
Tel.: +353 (0)64 663 0700
Fax: +353 (0)64 663 0701

As the old saying goes “there is no such thing as bad weather, only inappropriate clothing”, and if they were ever a piece of advice to adhere to when planning a trip to Killarney, it would certainly be this.

To assist you and prepare you for every scenario, we have a created top things to do list when it’s raining in Killarney, to ensure you don’t come to a standstill if rain hits your way during your time here.

Afternoon Tea by our open fires!

1. Pretend to be posh & order our scrumptious afternoon tea. Curl up by our open fires, get a good book and feast on mini desserts, yummy sandwiches & tasty bites. Jolly good ol’ chap!

A treatment in Angsana Spa at The Brehon

2. Book a couple's massage & unwind in our spa.
Gorge on tropical fruits, sip ginger tea & enjoy bubble bliss in our Jacuzzi. It may not have the suns of Thailand but it is a taste of Thailand.

A relaxing swim in the Vitality Pool at Angsana Spa

3. Can’t get out for that walk? Why not indulge with a swim in our Vitality Pool at world renowned Angsana Spa at The Brehon. Let the rain fall whilst you soak and indulge in our exceptional pool.

Mojitos, Cosmomplitans & Brehon Cocktails in The Brehon Bar

4. Hoist yourself up on a bar seat in The Brehon Bar & sample our cocktail menu. Start with a mojito, swing by a cosmopolitan & end with The Brehon Cocktail.The rain might not have stopped but by the end of that you won’t know it’s raining.

Some retail therapy.

5. Get shopping! Killarney Outlet Centre has loads of shops all under.
Killarney has a wide selection of High Street stores including Tesco’s, Marks and Sparks, Boots, Dorothy Perkins, New Look & much more. All located in a conveinent complex, you can dash from shop to shop in the rain.

Visit Muckross House & Gardens

6. Killarney is steeped in history. Muckross House welcomed Queen Victoria in 1861 to stay & Ross Castle was built in the 15th century & you can do a guided tour of both for a small pittance. And guess what, both these places have roofs!