Welcome to Kerry
The Kingdom of Kerry…Kerry means the “people of Ciar”, the name of the pre-Gaelic tribe who lived in parts of the county. County Kerry is in southwest Ireland and is part of the province of Munster.
Travelling to Kerry has never been easier. With a modern road network in place and daily train and bus services. Better still fly direct to Kerry County Airport, with flights arriving from Frankfurt Hahn (Germany), Luton and Stansted (England), Dublin, Faro (Portugal) and Alicante (Spain). It’s just an hour from either Cork Airport or Shannon Airports and only 3 hours from Dublin Airport.
Kerry, It’s so easy to get here.
Things to do near Glenduff Manor
County Kerry contains some of Ireland’s most iconic scenery.
Wild sea cliffs and soft golden strands, emerald-green farmland criss-crossed by ancient stone walls, mist-shrouded bogs and cloud-covered mountain peaks
As much as we want everyone to enjoy the great outdoors, there are times when it’s great to kick back and have some fun with a roof over your head. Tralee has a wide range of activities to suit everyone from the very young to those of a certain age.
Outdoor Leisure and Activities
Enjoy world famous scenic drives including the Ring of Kerry, Dingle Peninsula and Slea Head.
The County of Kerry, spanning is home to some of Europe’s finest beaches, boasting no less that 13 Blue Flag Beaches!!!
So what does Blue Flag mean?
Quality bathing water tested & analysed fortnightly.
Exemplifying good integration with both the natural and built environment.
Just a few beaches for you to visit:
Banna, Fenit, Ballyheigue, Inch, Derrymore Strand.
Kerry is the most popular golf destination in the world, boasting a number of Ireland’s finest courses within easy reach including Tralee Golf Course designed by the great Arnold Palmer.
Kerry County Museum
Take a stroll through the Kingdom’s rich history at Kerry County Museum and you will find plenty of activities for all ages. Try plotting St Brendan’s route across the Atlantic? See if you can guess the origin of Ireland’s animals, discover a Stone Age survival kit, and try on Tom Crean’s Antarctic clothes. Find out what life was like in Tralee in 1450 as you stroll through the recreated streets and houses in the Medieval Experience.
The National Folk Theatre of Ireland – Siamsa Tíre, traditional Irish culture on stage. A truly magical and authentic experience. Thousands of visitors to Kerry have picked out a performance by the National Folk Theatre in Tralee, County Kerry, as a highlight of their trip to Ireland.
The Aqua Dome
The Aqua Dome is a family entertainment centre based around an indoor water world featuring slides, waves, rivers and rapids. It’s a great place for all the family to enjoy a splashing good time underneath the huge dome. The Aqua Dome also features an adults only health suite which has two large saunas’ a steam room and cool pool which offers an area of relaxation away from the main pool area.
The Playdium, Tralee is Kerry’s Largest Indoor Kids’ Play Centre. Facilities include; Large Kid’s Soft Play Centre, Climbing Frames, Plastic Ball Pools, Indoor Slides, Formula Fun Kiddie’s Go-Karting, Tiny Tot’s Play Area, Café … and a few surprises guaranteed to keep the kids happy and entertained in a safe and secure play environment.