The Best Food Spots on the Ring of Kerry

County Kerry as a Foodie DestinationWe are a nation of food lovers, from farmers, to artisan food producers, from chefs to food festival organisers. And no where is this more apparent than in Ireland’s South West region. County Kerry is one of the largest counties in Ireland, famous world over for the Lakes of Killarney, The Rose of Tralee, Dingle and perhaps the best known attraction, the Ring of Kerry. The Ring of Kerry begins and ends in Killarney. While you can take it anywhich way you please, it is recommended to start here.Killarney and KillorglinKillarney has a huge variety of options between restaurants, cafés, tea rooms and hotel dining. For a vintage vibe with retro chic décor, try a cup of tea or leisurely coffee and a scone at Miss Courtney’s ... more
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The Best Cycling Routes in South Kerry

Image courtesy of ringofkerrycycle.ieWhether you are touring South Kerry as a leisure visitor staying in one of the many hotels in Kerry including our own Ard na Sidhe Country House Hotel, or whether you enjoy a more active adventure break, South Kerry has it all. Here we look at some of the most popular cycling routes for beginners, intermediate level and the more advanced.Best Loop CycleThe Caragh Lake Loop is a 65 kilometre cycle around some of the most scenic landscape in the vicinity of Ard na Sidhe. Participants can start in Beaufort and follow the initial route of the Ring of Beaufort as far as Glencuttane Cross. Cyclists can then continue on in the direction of Glencar as far as Gortamaloon Cross and continue towards scenic Caragh Lake.Best Mountain Terrain CycleThe Ring ... more
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