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Killarney Stag Weekends


Welcome to the jewel in the kingdom, Killarney. This beautiful, historic hub in the heart of the kingdom of Kerry is a thriving town with an abundance of...

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activities to do and things to see. The people are noted for their southern warmth and friendliness and their first rate hospitality. This is a destination your stag party members will never forget. There are wonderful hiking opportunities in the MacGillicuddy reeks and in the breath-taking beauty of Killarney National Park which has many examples of indigenous wildlife such as red deer, foxes, badgers, red squirrels among many more. There is accommodation all around town and surrounding hinterland to cater for all budgets.


Culture:


Killarney or its Gaelic translation 'Church of the Sloes' is a town bustling with music festivals and galas year-round. Great sing along Irish and international music nights are to be had in places such as Danny Manns for nightly Irish music or Mustang Sallys for a more rocking American style. The Killarney School of music at Muckross House can offer an opportunity to see some classical music played or in the School House also at Muckross House you can get taken on historical flights of fancy. The Ghost Tour from East Avenue road each night at 8.30 is a splendid chance to get a taste of some of the town's myths and folklore while keeping your festivities well and truly spiritually charged.


History:


This place is steeped in history as a trail around its many ancient castles and abbeys will illustrate to you. There are tales to be told of Cromwellian battles and heroic wars of resistance with castles to be seen around town that staged these conflicts. There are abbeys that were owned by distinguished Franciscan friars around town and there are enchanting tales of how Gaelic chieftains played their part in the story of this town.


Stag do ideas:


Carrantuohill', Irelands highest peak at 3400 feet is located in the Macgillicuddy reeks. These are a challenging endeavour for any hiking enthusiasts in your party and they are located less than 2 km from Killarney National Park. It's a beautifully scenic part of Kerry and those with 'heavier heads' can leisurely take in the lower areas and relax at one of the picturesque lakes that pepper the reeks. Or perhaps the gang would like to go canoeing in the lakes or taste an even bigger adrenaline rush of rock climbing at the Gap of Dunloe.


Must see:


Have a walk in Kerry National Park, take in the beautiful flora and fauna in the park and relax at any of its 3 lakes. There are several walks and trails you can follow including the master of all for the most diehard hikers, the 135 mile Ring of Kerry- this starts and finishes in Killarney, a regal drive this is anyway. If climbing Carrantuohill, this presents a hearty but rewarding challenge for the determined trekkers in your party, what great fun the whole party will have whether on the reeks or relaxing at the bottom. Visit Ross Castle- a trip to see this centuries old castle on the shores of beautiful Lough Leane is heartily recommended and the tales you will find here of the castles history will make your hair stand on end.


Travel:


Kerry airport is just 10 miles from Killarney and serves London, Manchester as well as several European cities. Cork Airport is itself only 55 miles from Killarney. The train station provides access to other parts of Kerry and the South as well as Dublin Heuston. By road Killarney is less than 2 hours from Limerick via the N23 and is just over an hour from Cork via the N22.


Nightlife:


The cosy town centre here comes alive at night with music sessions and lively chat to be found in its vast array of pubs/ lounges and bistros. For those who want to continue to party after an eventful evening in any of the towns fine establishments there are nightclubs such as McSorleys on College Street from which to party into the wee hours. A late bar is available 7 nights a week here.


Food:


There's no shortage of accommodating eateries around town from which to sit down relax and recharge the bones of your eager party. There are a wide variety of restaurants to suit even the strangest of tastes. Overview: Killarney is a buzz of activity located as it is in the Southwest of Ireland on the shores of Lough Leane with the MacGillicuddy Reeks ever present on the skyline. It's got a rich history and this pervades right through to the present day character and 'craic' that can be found wherever you go. Thomas Browne, the fourth Viscount of Kenmare and one of the last great Catholic landowners was responsible for the 18th century development of the town and area.

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