Bed and Breakfast accommodation in County Kerry allows the visitor to get close to the people and culture of Ireland. This website allows you to Book Directly with Irish B&Bs in Kerry with the benefit of no booking fees or commission payable. Look out for Last Minute Deals and Special Offers at the top of the directory pages.
County Kerry belongs to the province of Munster and is situated in the southwest of Ireland. Bordered by the River Shannon to the north and the Atlantic Ocean to the west, it covers an area of 4,746 km2. It's capital Tralee is the gateway to the Dingle Peninsula, the most westerly point of Ireland. Killarney Town is world famous and the Lakes & Mountains of Killarney National Park provide a wonderful free environment, ideal for boating, fishing, walking, jogging, cycling, bird watching and sightseeing at Muckross House, Torc Waterfall, Ross Castle and the Gap of Dunloe (formed during the ice age). Killarney is the start point for trips around the amazing Ring of Kerry that circles the Iveragh Peninsula providing incredible views of Ireland's highest mountains and Kerry's Atlantic coastline. County Kerry is considered to be Ireland's most beautiful region, the "Jewel in the Crown" and has been the country's most popular tourist destination for over 250 years.