Ross Castle Lodge,
|Take a Woodland Stroll
|This area of Killarney is a walkers paradise and there are woodland and lakeshore walks right from the door of Ross Castle Lodge where the noble Irish Red Deer roam wild and free. These shy beauties date back to the ice age and have become extinct in Ireland except in Killarney.|
| Take an Exhilarating Lake Shore Walk
Prehistoric Copper Mines
|The love scenes in the classic film 'Ryans Daughter' were shot in the woods here at Ross.|
|Amble along the woodland path to Killarney town and browse
||Enjoy the vibrant night life with Irish music galore and an abundance of good restaurants.|
|Why not combine a boat trip through these fabulously beautiful lakes
with a jaunting car ride through the Gap of Dunloe
Or hire a bike, take it on board and from the upper lake, cycle home through the black valley and Gap of Dunloe. A day to remember and at a reasonable cost too!
A cruise on Lough Leane is a must. Take a lake cruiser from the pier at Ross Castle.
Ross Castle Lodge is an ideal central base to tour the Ring of Kerry, the Dingle Peninsula, outer Killarney and the Ring of West Cork (the Beara Peninsula). Staigue Fort is a several-thousand-year-old fort and is one of the stops you can make on the Ring of Kerry.
Or if you would prefer to leave your car behind, tours can be arranged at Ross Castle Lodge.
Horse Riding & Fishing
|Horse riding, trout and salmon fishing can be arranged.|
Ross Golf Club is only a short walk from Ross Castle Lodge. Other golf clubs are a short drive away
For the hiker, there are several trails in the area. The McGillicuddy
Reeks (a mountain range containing Irelands highest mountain) are close
and many hikers also walk the Old Kenmare Road, an 8 mile trek through
Back to Ross Castle Lodge
View the interior of Ross Castle Lodge
Itinerary for a 2 or 3 day stay in Killarney
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