Cahirciveen, Co. Kerry

Cahirciveen (Cathair Saidhbhín in Irish) - meaning "town of Little Saidhbh", alternate spellings Cahersiveen, Caherciveen or Cahirsiveen -is a town in County Kerry. It is located in the deep south on the Iveragh peninsula on southwest coast of Ireland near Valentia Island.

The town has a cathedral which is the only Church in the country named after a lay person (Daniel O'Connell). It is situated on the river Fertha and on the slopes of Beentee Mountain. It also contains an out of commission Royal Irish Constabulary barracks - now a heritage centre, which legend has it was built from the plans for a British barracks in India, which got mixed up during the British occupation of both countries (this is a very common myth, occurs in many Irish garrison towns).


Glanleam House & Subtropical Garden - Valentia Island County Kerry ireland
Glanleam House & Subtropical Garden
Valentia Island, Co. Kerry
Experiencing this garden is like straying into a benign jungle where the most exotic of plants rule in wild profusion. And if ever there was a place to give a sense of other worldliness it is Glanleam. The 40 acre site on an east facing bay on Va ...
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The 9th Hole
Waterville Golf Club
Waterville, Co. Kerry
Course Type: Links
Golf at Waterville is a mystical experience – the beauty of classic links land, surrounded by the sea, yet forever challenged and shaped by the elements. Over 100 years old, Waterville is rated among the top 5 courses in Ireland and the top ...
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Derrynane Hotel & Holiday Homes - Caherdaniel County Kerry ireland
Derrynane Hotel & Holiday Homes
Caherdaniel, Co. Kerry
Each of these 8 holiday homes have views of the ocean and mountains. Situated on the grounds of the Derrynane Hotel where residents may avail of the hotels facilities makes this a wonderful location for your self catering holiday. The dining r ...
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Caherdaniel Market - Fridays (seasonal) - Co Kerry
Caherdaniel Market

Village Hall, Caherdaniel, County Kerry


Fridays: 10am - 12am (June-September plus Christmas)

Contact: Jane Urquahart +353 (0)66 947 5479
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Tourist Attractions

Skellig Michael - County Kerry Ireland
Skellig Michael
Ballinskelligs, Co. Kerry
Skellig Michael also known as Great Skellig, is a steep rocky island and is the larger of the two Skellig islands in the Atlantic Ocean about 14.5 kilometres (9 miles) from the coast of Kerry. Skellig Michael towers 218 metres (714ft) above t ...
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Carrig Country House
Caragh Lake, Co. Kerry
Just off the Ring of Kerry, Frank and Mary Slattery’s delightful Victorian country house is as romantic a location as any bride could wish for, set in acres of secluded lakeside gardens, with its own private jetty. There are churches ne ...
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    Walk the Beenatee & Laharn Bog Loop, see spectacular scenery, then relax in their award winning restaurant and rooms. Boot dryers, drying room and walking sticks available. Two nights accommodation, two evening meals and two packed lunches for just €149 per person.

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