The Gap of Dunloe is an amazing sight and was forged by shifting Glaciers during the Ice Age and is rugged and wild. The tour starts at Kate Kearney's Cottage where, the visitor then travels through the 7 mile Gap of Dunloe mountain pass on horseback, horse-drawn trap or on foot if so desired, to Lord Brandons Cottage on the shore of the Upper Lake.
For so many reasons, Killarney is the ultimate base for touring in Ireland's spectacular Southwest. It also has the world class hospitality facilities demanded by today's discerning traveller and the people of Killarney have a 250 year tourism tradition behind them, making their welcome and service professional as well as warm and friendly. Killarney Town is worthy of multiple day explorations whatever your interest e.g., spectacular landscapes, wildlife & wilderness, history & heritage, outdoor activities, dining and entertainment, wellness & wellbeing, and much, more.
The Travel Inn is only a 10 minute drive from the INEC, Ireland’s National Events Centre. The INEC is one of Ireland's leading entertainment venues and has hosted a selection of the world's most popular artists including The Script, Daniel o’ Donnell, Cliff Richard, Riverdance and many more. It also features a highly adaptable seating capacity allowing it to cater from an intimate audience of 200 people to an atmospheric 3,000 people.
Gateway To The Ring of Kerry
The Ring of Kerry is the most famed tourist trails in the world. Start from Killarney and travel all round the Iveragh Peninsula. The spectacular unspoiled beauty of the Ring of Kerry allows you to capture amazing pictures of seascape, beaches, cliffs, mountain and lakes. It is home to over 2000 archaeological remains and is the most extensive and varied of the Peninsula fingers. The Ring of Kerry comprises 180km of outstanding natural beauty.
Killarney is an Outdoor Paradise - whatever your pursuit. Golf enthusiasts can chose from 43 Golf courses within a two hour drive of the town centre including world class courses like Killarney, Beaufort, Ballybunion, Waterville and Tralee Barrow, and Dooks.The Travel Inn is only a 5 minute walk from the 3 courses in the Killarney Golf and Fishing Club.
Killarney Riding Stables
Adjacent to the Killarney National Park and a few minutes drive from the Travel Inn, the casual customer can enjoy daily rides of one, two, or three hours. It is here that the adventure seeker can begin the Kerry Reeks Trail, a Beach Gallop or just explore the Killarney National Park.
There are so many things to see, to do, to explore, to experience on the Dingle Peninsula, from visiting the many archaeological sites, to swimming with Fungie, a bottlenose dolphin who’s been living at the mouth of Dingle harbour since 1984, to a day spent on the Blasket Islands.
Aerial Adventure Course
Enjoy the thrill of the aerial assault course only a few minutes’ walk
from the Travel Inn. This high ropes adventure offers zip wires, an
assault course and all that you might need to get the adrenalin
pumping. There are different levels of the course so this is suitable
for all ages and offers zip wires fun for all the family.