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Ardfert, Co. Kerry

Ardfert (Ard Fhearta in Irish) is an attractive and popular residential location within easy commuting distance of Tralee, which is only 8km (five miles) away. The village's name signifies, according to Sir James Ware, "a wonderful place on an eminence", or as some interpret it, "the hill of miracles." Ardfert has also been considered a corruption of Ard Ert, "the high place of Ert", so called after the 5th century St. Ert, who made the place a bishop's see.

Gardens

There is no featured garden in the area

Golf

Killeen Course - 1st Hole
Killarney Golf & Fishing Club
Killarney, Co. Kerry
Course Type: Parkland
Killarney holds a unique place in Irish golf and Killarney Golf and Fishing Club has been described as a golfer’s paradise’. With three courses set in some of the most stunning countryside - some would say it is the most picturesque g ...
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Self Catering

Selfcatering
Old Ivy House
Killorglin, Co. Kerry
Old Ivy House is a charming 19th century house set in a peaceful rural setting with spectacular views of the McGillycuddy Reeks and surrounding countryside. This traditional period residence has been lovingly restored set in one acre of mature ga ...
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What's On

Tralee Farmers Market - County Kerry - Saturdays
Tralee Farmers Market

Princes Quay, across the road from The Brandon Hotel. Tralee, County Kerry

Saturdays: 11am - 3pm

Has 22 stalls and growing and have won betwee ...
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Tourist Attractions

Listowel Castle - Listowel County Kerry Ireland
Listowel Castle
Listowel, Co. Kerry
Listowel Castle originated in the 13th century but the present castle was probably built in the 15th century by the FitzMaurices. The castle stands in a strategic position on an elevated bank overlooking the river Feale and is one of the best exa ...
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Wedding Venues

Aghadoe Heights Hotel - Wedding Venue - Killarney County Kerry Ireland
Aghadoe Heights Hotel & Spa
Killarney, Co. Kerry
A few miles out of Killarney town, this famous low-rise hotel, dating from the ‘60s, enjoys stunning views of the lakes and the mountains beyond. It is now one of Ireland’s most luxurious hotels and, under the caring management of Pat ...
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