A friendly, family run Bed & Breakfast with varied menu. It has 6 rooms that can sleep a total of 18 guests. There is a dining/sitting room with open fireplace and a guests kitchen. In the Centre of Beaufort Village close to Gap of Dunloe & Killarney.
Family run, luxurious Bed & Breakfast in the stunning Bridia Valley, in the heart of the MacGillycuddy Reeks. Delicious home cooking, packed lunches, luggage transfers.1km from the Kerry Way and gateway to Carrauntoohil.
Caragh River Lodge admin
Our family run Hotel is the perfect place to stay and enjoy the beauty of the McGillycuddy Reeks. We offer you Lunch, Dinner and Bar Food, take a drink in the Bar or play a game of Snooker. Come in and Relax.
Complimentary Wi-Fi and TV
Glencar Resort Hotel admin
Local private chauffeur service available for airport transfers, day tours, golf outings and sport trips. The spacious luxurious Mercedes Benz V Class accommodated up to 7 guests and has ample luggage space.
Luxurious 7 Seater
Leather Interior Seating
Dan Coffey Chauffeur Service admin
O’Sullivan Beaufort Bridge Shop is a family run shop, service station and hardware business situated on the N72 at the bridge over the River Laune, which is the gateway to the majestic McGillyciddy Reeks and Gap of Dunloe. We also provide fishing information, fishing permits and have an adjoining seated picnic area on the river bank . We are open 7 days a week.
The MacGillycuddy Reeks Mountain Access Forum was established to protect, manage and sustainably develop the MacGillycuddy Reeks mountain Range. If you are an individual you too can help and support the initiative and become a friend of the reeks. All funds go back into the Reeks path repair and habitat restoration. For more information and how to become a friend please view our website. The Reeks is privately owned land and in order to manage the numbers of people walking in the Reeks area we ask all groups of 10 or more people to complete an Event Sheet available online at www.macgillycuddyreekskerry.com. If your a guide or organiser of an event a copy of your Public Liability Insurance will also be required. You must notify us prior to the event taking place, failure to do so may result in access being denied.
Dogs are strictly forbidden on the MacGillycuddy Reeks mountain range due to extensive livestock, no exceptions. Please enjoy and respect the land and landowners in this beautiful and unique landscape.
MacGillycuddy Reeks Mountain Range
Macgillycuddy Reeks Mountain Access Forum admin
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