Wild Atlantic Way
The west coast of Ireland is home to the longest coastal touring route in the world. Known as the Wild Atlantic Way, this scenic drive travels from Donegal, in the north of the country right down along Ireland’s west coast through counties Sligo, Mayo, Galway, Clare, Limerick, Kerry and west Cork.
The Kerry section of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way is perhaps the most scenic and most rewarding areas of the west coast of Ireland. Ireland’s top attractions – The Ring of Kerry and Dingle and Slea Head are both found here. A welcome reprieve from the coastal drive, soaring cliffs and windswept beaches of the Wild Atlantic Way awaits in Killarney.
The Brehon is an award-winning, family-run hotel which overlooks Killarney National Park. Here you can unwind, sleep well and rejuvenate before heading off again along the Wild Atlantic Way coastal driving route.
Whether you are heading south to Cork and taking in the beauty of West Cork or are heading north through counties Limerick, Clare, Galway, Mayo, Sligo and Donegal you will head off feeling refreshed, revitalised and ready for more adventure.
The Brehon & Angsana Spa, the perfect base for your stay in Killarney.