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Killarney accessible travel guide to disabled friendly holidays

Accessible Holiday Rentals Killarney

Killarney accessible travel guide to disabled friendly holidays

For a great holiday in Killarney

Rolling greens and breathtaking peaks await you in this famous Irish city. Immerse yourself in the unparalleled scenery in this Irish town which is home to the Killarney National Park. Book your Accessible Holiday Rentals Killarney with Handiscover today to start your Killarney adventure.

Things to do in Killarney

Killarney National Park

No trip to Killarney would be complete without a visit to the national park. Famous for its population of yew woods, red deer and oak-holly the park offers some of the most beautiful scenery. While there you can also visit Innisfallen Island which can be seen from Ross Castle.

Muckross House

Located at the heart of the national park, Muckross house takes you back to a simpler time in elegant style. Explore the house itself to see this authentically decorated 19th-centruy home. Then discover the immaculate gardens which change their look during each season. Continue on to the traditional farms which will give you a look into what Ireland was like in the 1930’s and 40’s. Finally, grab a bite to eat at the self-service garden restaurant for a scenic eating experience.

Ross Castle

Step back in time even further with this 15th-Century castle featuring lovely gardens and a fascinating history. While touring here you may just be lucky enough to catch sight of the ghost of O’Donoghue Mór who built the castle all those centuries ago. Riding in on his ghostly white steed, O’Donoghue Mór’s ghost is said to grant anyone who sees him good luck for life.

Disabled Accommodations Killarney

From cozy to spacious, we have a rental property to suit your access need and to accommodate both small and large groups. Select the level of access and types of features you need to get the best options for you.

How to Get Around Killarney

Paved roads and paths make walking and cycling the best modes of transportation to get around. Paved paths make it reasonably easy to get around in other personal wheeled vehicles such as wheelchairs and scooters.

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