Popular Lettings in Killarney
Highlights in Killarney
- Killarney National Park
- lively nightlife
- Ross Castle
- Killarney Lakes
- Kerry Ring
Most popular in Killarney
Prices and availability
Holiday rentals and lettings in Killarney
Are you planning a trip to Ireland and need accommodation in Killarney for one or more days? Holidu offers you a great search engine of holiday rentals between individuals so that you can find the tourist letting or holiday home that best suits your preferences and your budget. We have a wide range of cheap rentals located in the centre of Killarney, where you will have at hand all kinds of services. But if you prefer the tranquillity of the outskirts, you can choose one of the rentals that you will also find on our website. Surrounded by beautiful landscapes that will give you the peace you need so much. Do you already know where to book your holiday rental in Killarney?Houses in the purest Irish style with terrace
The most abundant holiday rentals in Killarney are holiday lettings that offer space from 5 to 22 people. Charming homes decorated in Irish style on the outside and with very cosy rustic interiors. Some of them have a terrace, where you can enjoy the outdoors in good weather. Ideal for families and groups of friends. But if you travel as a couple and are looking for something smaller, you will also find holiday rentals for 2 and 4 people which tend to have a more modern decoration. In any case, both the houses and the tourist rentals always have everything necessary to make you feel even better than at home. In addition, if you want to bring your dog with you there is no problem, as many rentals in Killarney allow pets.
Holidays in Killarney
The area and how to move
Located southwest of Ireland, Killarney is a charming city of approximately 13,500 inhabitants that belongs to Kerry County. Located at the foot of a mountain range that houses the highest peak in the country, on the northeastern shore of Lake Leane, which is framed within Killarney National Park.The main tourist centre in the north of the island
Thanks to its impressive natural and historical wealth, its location on the Kerry ring and its proximity to the Dingle peninsula, it is currently one of the most popular destinations in the country, with the second largest offer of holiday rentals in Ireland, only surpassed by Dublin. A small but vibrant city surrounded by spectacular landscapes that make it a very special place. Full of heritage, history and activities of all kinds. Don't wait any longer to book your rental in Killarney and come and see it!
Types of travellers and activities
One of the main reasons why many travellers choose to rent a letting in Killarney is because it is the gateway to the beautiful Killarney National Park, which houses truly incredible places like the Torc waterfall. An area of 102 square kilometres of native Irish forest whose trails will take you to discover corners full of magic dotted by typical peasant houses. A real paradise for hikers and cyclists. If this is your case, don't hesitate to rent a letting in Killarney for your next holiday.Killarney for party lovers
Killarney is a popular destination for nightlife lovers. Their pubs are full every day of the week in summer, when the population increases considerably. The most popular establishments are Mustang Sallys, McSorleys, Scruffys, Scotts, Charlie Foleys, Jades Bar New Street, The Grand Hotel and The Granary. So, if you love to party and want to enjoy the evening in the purest Irish style, don't hesitate to book a letting in Killarney for your next holiday.
Did you know that Killarney has the title of "Best Maintained City in Ireland" of the year 2007? A competition organised by the Irish Department of the Environment.
Top 5 Recommendations in Killarney
Just 2km from Killarney is Ross Castle, surrounded by the idyllic surroundings of Lake Leane. An imposing monument from the 15th century, inside which you can still see 16th and 17th century oak furniture. After the visit you can take a boat ride on the lake.2. Visit Killarney Cathedral
Built in the mid-19th century in a neo-Gothic style, Killarney Cathedral is the city's most important monument. Its structure with a high tower, a narrow nave and a small low door entrance is a classic of Irish medieval style.3. Be hypnotized contemplating the lakes of Killarney
Surrounded by the Torc, Purple, Mangerton and Carrauntoohil Mountains, the views of Killarney's lakes are a real wonder. An ideal place for hiking, relaxing or having a picnic. In addition, in the surrounding area is the "Ladies View" viewpoint, where you can enjoy the best views of the area.4. Discover what the typical Victorian mansion looked like
Muckross House is a majestic 19th century Victorian mansion situated on the shores of Lake Muckross, surrounded by privileged natural surroundings. But it also has beautiful gardens that invite you to stroll. It was built by Henry Arthur Herbert and the painter Maria Balfour Herbert.5. Make a route by car through the Ring of Kerry
The Kerry Ring is one of the most spectacular routes that can be made in the whole of Ireland. A 177km trail through Kerry County amidst dense forests, enchanting streams, breathtaking waterfalls, beautiful beaches and the imposing cliffs of the Atlantic.