Killorglin Laune Bridge Riversedge Accommodation

Rivers Edge Accommodation Killorglin

River’s Edge B&B | Luxury Guesthouse | Killorglin, Kerry Accommodation

River’s Edge Accommodation Killorglin is a luxury guesthouse on the banks of the River Laune in Killorglin, Co. Kerry. Located on the Ring of Kerry, this guesthouse is the perfect location for enjoying the peace and tranquillity of the river and spectacular mountain views. We are only minutes’ walk from wonderful gourmet restaurants, not to mention numerous great pubs, both old and new – perfect for that pint of Guinness or an Irish Whiskey in the evening, while enjoying a traditional Irish music and song session right on your doorstep….no driving!!

Killorglin in Gaelic language: Cill Orglan, meaning (“Orgla Church”) is a town in County Kerry, South of Republic of Ireland.

Killorglin is located on the Ring of Kerry and The Wild Atlantic Way. It is the main town in mid Kerry.

Killorglin World Famous for Puck Fair held yearly on the 10th, 11th & 12th of August. It is the Oldest street Festival in Ireland and offers great street entertainment, fun fairs and Fire works,  family fun for all.  The town is bridging point on the Salmon rich river Laune and serves as a gateway to the Ring of Kerry, Wild Atlantic Way and Iveragh Peninsula. With history and experience on offer in the area.  Watch the rowing on the River Laune or catch a wild salmon on the River Laune.  Take the children to the playground or simply take a seat and enjoy the sights and sounds of this bustling modern town.

Riversedge Accommodation in Killorglin

Killorglin boasts many fantastic accommodations namely the Riversedge Accommodation overlooking the laune river the main focal point in Killorglin. A guesthouse by the river with great rooms, a sundeck and full Irish breakfast.

Houlihan’s Coach and Bus Hire is proud to be a Killorglin based Tours Company.

Killarney Town Tours

Killarney Bus Hire and Day Tours

Killarney Beautiful and Vibrant

Killarney is located on the shores of Lough Leane in County Kerry. The Ring of Kerry start’s and finishes here. Killarney is the focal point of the 200-km Kerry Way walking trail. The town’s 19th-century buildings include St. Mary’s Cathedral. Across the bridge from the cathedral is Killarney National Park. Victorian mansion Muckross House, Gardens & Traditional Farm in the park.

Killarney – National Park

Situated next to Killarney, the National Park draws visitors all through the year. As Ireland’s first national park, it enjoys pride of place among the local attractions. In 1981, it was designated as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve owing to the sheer diversity of its habitats. The extensiveness and quality of the wildlife is striking, and makes it extremely important in terms of ecological value.

The national park has a herd of native Red Deer, which is the only remaining in Ireland. The ecology here is extremely varied, with mountains, parks, lakes, bogs and waterways. For those backpacking through Ireland, this opens up a lot of opportunities for exploring just the geological elements.

The Upper Lake, Muckross Lake and Lough Lake are the Lakes of Killarney which link with each other to form a breathtaking expanse of ecologically rich waters. You can spend a few hours at the lakes and try out sport angling. Depending on the season, you may be able to catch salmon or brown trout. A boat trip can take you through the Middle and Lower lakes and onto the Upper Lake. From there, you should go on to Lord Brandon’s Castle. Once you get off the boat, you will have a 12 kilometer stretch that you can backpack through.

At the end of the trail lies the Gap of Dunloe where you can visit the well known Kate Kearney’s Cottage. There are several places that you can visit in Killarney National Park. Of these, Muckross House and Ross Castle are two places you should not miss out on.

While in Killarney try to visit:

  1. Killarney National Park
  2. Muckross House & Gardens
  3. Ross Castle
  4. Ladies View
  5. Molls Gap
  6. The Lakes of Killarney
  7. The Gap of Dunloe