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

Gap of Dunloe

The stunning Gap of Dunloe is a narrow mountain pass carved by Glacial Ice, it offers amazing views of hills, valleys and lakes. One of Killarney’s most iconic attractions, visitors flock each year due its geological significance, wealth of legends, and potential for hiking and climbing.

 

 

DISTANCE FROM THE BREHON HOTEL - 13.8KM

Killarney House

A forgotten treasure Killarney House and Gardens is located on the doorstep of Killarney Town Centre. Neglected for years , in recent years the house and gardens were extensively renovated and reconstructed and the house and was officially opened in 2017, by Minister of Arts Minister, Heather Humphreys, and Minister of State, Brendan Griffin.

 

DISTANCE FROM THE BREHON HOTEL - 2.7KM

Torc Waterfall & Mountain:

Torc Waterfall is best seen after a heavy rain and is one Killarney’s most popular tourist attractions in Killarney. Located just 7km outside the Killarney – Torc Waterfall also offers spectacular views of the Killarney lakes.  Torc Mountain located nearby is also well worth. A moderate enough mountain climb, it takes roughly takes 2 hours to complete. The reward for reaching the top is the amazing of Killarney from the top

 

DISTANCE FROM THE BREHON HOTEL - 5.5KM

Muckross House & Gardens

Muckross House & Gardens was built for Henry Arthur Herbert and his family and is situated on the eastern shore of the Muckross Lake, taking full advantage of the spectacular views within the area. The house to date has been preserved as a late 19th century mansion, with furniture and artefacts from that period. And comprises of approx 13,000 acres, and was presented to the Irish Free State in 1932.

 

DISTANCE FROM THE BREHON HOTEL- 5.5KM

Killarney National Park

Famous for its spectacular wildlife, breath taking-views, cycle paths, & walkways the Killarney National Park is a must – if you are visiting Killarney. Killarney National Park also contains several features of Irish importance, for instance the native oakwoods and yew woods together with an abundance of evergreen trees and shrubs and a profusion of bryophytes and lichens which thrive in the mild Killarney climate.  Killarney National Park is also home to native red deer unique in Ireland with a presence in the country that dates back to the last Ice Age

 

DISTANCE FROM THE BREHON HOTEL- 1.4KM

Ross Castle

Ross Castle  is one of Killarney’s most popular tourist attractions,  set it the spectacular location on the edge of Lough Leane. The spectacular architecture of this originally built 15th Century is also the ancestral home of the O’Donoghue Clan. A photographers paradise, they are some fantastic walks nearby such as the Trails of Ross Island that are also well worth exploring.

 

DISTANCE FROM THE BREHON HOTEL- 3.7KM

Muckross Abbey

Muckross Abbey is an old Monastery, situated just a five-minute walk, from Muckross House, that is enriched with history. Dating back to the beginning of Christianity in Ireland, the original 15th Century Fransician Friary is what you will see today. Mystical and steeped in history a graveyard next to Abbey will add to the suspense to your visit.

 

DISTANCE FROM THE BREHON HOTEL- 5.4KM