Bumble Cottage is situated approx 20 minutes from Ballybunion.

A popular seaside town features many attractions. Hot seawead baths, long sandy beaches, excellent fishing and a coast riddled with caves. It is an ideal base for touring Kerry, Clare and Limerick. Ballybunion is famous for it's world class golf links courses - visiting players include world statesmen and the best professional golfers in the world. Much of the accommodation can offer you guaranteed tee times - See the menu left

Ballybunion (Baile an Bhunneanaibhgh in Gaelic) is situated in north county Kerry, at the mouth of the river Shannon estuary, the largest natural estuary in Europe, with the shores of County Clare on the opposite side. Being on the Atlantic coast Ballybunion is virtually pollution free. The village of Ballybunion is only 35 miles from Killarney town famed for its lakes and mountains.

Ballybunion's two magnificent golf courses make Ballybunion a haven, if not a must, for the golfer. The old course is consistently rated by the top professional golfers and top golf journalists as being amongst the best 10 in the world.

Link to: Ballybunion main site

Link to: Ballybunion  Golf



Is a pleasant seaside village nestled into small cliffs defining the start of Kerryhead, offers safe bathing in clean waters. Further along the beech towards Banna Strand is Black Rock, a very good fishing area.

Kerryhead also offers excellent rock fishing with panoramic views over Tralee bay & the Dingle Peninsula.

The south of Claire is clearly visable accross the Shannon mouth and walking routes are well established.

Ballyheigue also has a renowned 9 Hole Golf Course in the grounds of the castle:


The Dingle Peninsula

Inch Beach

Famous for being the place where an 'Inch' is actually three miles.

This fantastic beech has featured in several films, including Ryans Duaghter & Playboy of the western world.

Inch beech is set in a dramatic cove with a continuos barrage of rolling waves that come rolling ashore.

At Inch beach you are able to park right on the beach and in the past cars would race once a month on the sands, a nice coffee shop over looks the beach.

The Connor Pass

Take the dramtic and breathtaking Connor Pass over to Brandon; however be warned this road is not for the faint hearted and only caters for vehicles under 3 Ton, so leave your Windebago at home!!

Dingle Bay

No trip to Dingle wopuld be complete without a trip to Dingle Bay, with it's own resident Dolphin Fungie.

Fungie has adopted Dingle as his official home and you wouldn't guess from the photos that Fungie is a wild mature male Bottle Nose Dolphin.

Fungie was first spotted by the Lighthouse keeper in 1984 and has been there ever since, the local fishermen used to take their children out to swim with Fungie; He even has his own statue.