Budget-Friendly Things to Do in Kenmare

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  • Colleen C
    Dallas, TX3 contributions
    Wonderful family run business! Great place to stop while driving the Ring of Kerry. Relatives of Molly saved this property over 30 years ago from the bulldozer! Great example of what it was like during the Irish Potato Famine. Their daughter has joined them insuring it’s future. We visited the farm and enjoyed delicious traditional Irish Stew. Don’t forget to try the Poitin.
    Written 11 May 2022
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  • Paocarm
    Cancun, Mexico2 contributions
    Peaceful and beautiful! We enjoyed the beauty of it even with the rain! A nice activity to do when visiting kenmare. We totally recommend it!
    Written 25 March 2022
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  • jsheehan
    Limerick, Ireland100 contributions
    Myself and my son hiked across the route a few months back . Its an unspoilt area with some rugged terrain , but mostly pretty good under foot . The weather can be quite different higher up and its exposed so prepare well , its a number of hours to complete .
    Written 28 December 2020
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  • Brian W
    2 contributions
    A beautiful fern garden in a magnificent setting. Nice cafe and open air eating space. Entrance fee is somewhat pricey at Euro 14.50 per head. Overall a nice place to spend an hour walking through the gardens.
    Written 17 September 2021
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  • Graham O
    15 contributions
    the conservation area is promoting wild life including horseshoe bats the paths are kept by Kerry county council. there is a boat house path and two other paths and also adopt a tree. Being on the tidal kenmare river it has seaweed and mud flats for sea birds.
    Written 20 August 2021
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  • Conni T
    44 contributions
    Very interesting to see the size of the boulders and wonder how they could have been moved without the use of modern-day machines!
    Written 1 April 2022
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  • Tammy_Hikes
    Pennsville, NJ124 contributions
    This was as great little spot to check out. I walked by it on my way into town. The bridge is pretty neat. There is also a walking path near it. I didn't have the time to see where it went, but I will definitely stop again the next time I'm in Kenmare. It was a great town and I'm looking forward to going back next year.
    Written 9 October 2019
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  • Clarevillehouse
    Tuamgraney, Scariff, Co. Clare, Ireland16 contributions
    Well worth a visit to this beautiful catholic church situated in the middle of Kenmare town. It is kept very clean & inviting to sit and pray.
    Written 28 February 2022
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  • Restless59
    Bournemouth, UK1,003 contributions
    I’ve been driving & camping with my bike & hiking boots for a week now and am loving just jumping onto different parts of The Beara Way Walk. It really is a very special area on the SWest coast of Ireland.
    For me personally I much prefer The Beara to the far more tourist route of The Ring of Kerry. It’s quieter the roads much smaller so no big tourist coaches and loads of groups of folks jumping on & off at certain points. This area is far more relaxed and peaceful. The coastline is actually quite different to the one further north more bays & tiny little coves rather than big Cliffs.
    Written 30 September 2019
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  • gingerbreadgirlie
    Ennis, Ireland132 contributions
    Beautiful scenery. Lovely artist with amazing works of art. Road is very narrow going up and we felt like are we going the wrong way. We were definitely delighted that we continued and didn't turn around. We got a personal tour around think everyone does. Will explain all about the art works and ans questions. Only thing I wished I knew before hand was that we could have booked accommodation there. Think will definitely have to stay if down that way again a little piece of heaven.
    Written 4 September 2021
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  • travelerfromsj
    San Jose, CA1,691 contributions
    If you’re visiting Cromwell Bridge, you might as well walk across the street and see this little Holy Well. It’s small, but very well kept up. Visitors come here to pray for healing.
    Written 10 October 2019
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  • Dawn B
    5 contributions
    Magical! This was one of the best experiences in my life. Jamie and Colin were awesome - lots of stories, lots of jokes, lots of education. You can tell they are truly passionate about what the do. Never thought I would eat seaweed straight from source. It was a nice kayaking trip in the bay and as night got darker, we were treated to a show from the bioluminescent algae. Words fall short of describing what we got to see. It is something that has to be experienced in person. I cannot recommend this tour enough. If you are in the Kenmare area, put this at the top of your list of things to do.
    Written 15 May 2022
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  • tracey t
    2 contributions
    Best part of our trip was the 2 days we spent with Paul touring Ring of Kerry and Dingle Peninsula. Would highly recommend him!
    Written 6 March 2022
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  • Victor S
    9 contributions
    Rented a car. Planned and unplanned stops along the way based on preference. Random castles, forts, and scenic views. Friendly locals. Ondd Ed day trip.
    Written 19 April 2022
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  • Susan B
    Ballinskelligs, Ireland103 contributions
    A place to visit and purchase the best chocolate in all of Ireland. Most of my order was sent to family in UK for Easter but going back for my share this week. Thank you Mr Lorge Susan and all staff. Susan and Cindy Browne plus UK
    Written 18 April 2022
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