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Wayside offers B&B accommodation and is located in a peaceful lake and mountain district known as the Gap of Dunloe near Killarney. Rest well and wake up to a delicious breakfast cooked to order with local produce. Walk, cycle, pony-trek or travel in a horse-drawn carriage through this great glacial valley. Wayside B and B is ideal for touring Dingle, Ring of Kerry, Beara Peninsula and Killarney (6km). Ideal area for golfing, fishing & touring - all tours arranged. Traditional Irish music sessions at Kate Kearney's Cottage (1km) with bar food served daily. Hotel Dunloe Castle is nearby. The surrounding area has fabulous gardens with trees & shrubs from around the world. The Dunloe Ogham Stones are nearby (Ogham being the earliest form of Irish writing). Ideal base for climbing Carrantouhill, Ireland's highest mountain, along with the MacGillicuddy Reeks and the Purple, Tomies, Sheehy Mountain Ridge which afford spectacular views over upper, middle and lower lakes. Fishing on the River Laune (Permits: salmon Euro25, trout Euro8 per day) available. Also nearby is Beaufort Golf Course(18 holes)
Message: Our stay at Wayside was absolutely amazing. The hosts Theresa and Eugene are lovely, helpful and generally very warm people. They helped us with deciding what to visit and were generous with tips about things to do around Killarney. The breakfast was a-ma-zing! It kept us full for the whole day! We really enjoyed everything from A to Z and hopefully we?ll be back!
Theresa is an an amazing host; friendly, and ready to help you make the most of your visit to the area. The location is perfect. Rooms are lovely Thersa will pretty much make whatever you want for breakfast. Scenery is spectacular. Don't miss eating at Kate Kearney's cottage. We would definitely return.
Home from home. Great few days spent with hosts Theresa and Eugene. Thank you both for your hospitality.
West of Killarney on the N72. Take Ring of Kerry Rd for about 4km. Turn left for Gap of Dunloe. House on left hand side of the road near entrance to the Gap of Dunloe and Kate Kearney's cottage.