Impressive Ireland


Filled with age old castles, epic sceneries, shady trees, folklore on little leprechauns and a generous experience of legends, Ireland is globe of inscrutability.

Ardmore and Environs give you a jaw dropping experience of a pure gushing sea waves. Filled with ancient ruins and other fun activities it is generous to offer you one of the most romantic hotels in the whole of Ireland. Grab some attention of fellow visitors by horse riding on the beach with Monatrea Equestrian centre or dunk youself in water in a Kayak to see some really beautiful caves and if lucky, you may also get to see some cheerful dolphins. If you are more into museums and ancient world, explore the medieval ruins of St. Declan’s Cathedral. Hike a 3 mile cliff walk, starting from the 5 century holy well and get drunk in the dramatic coastal scenery. Go for local crafts hunting at the Ardmore Pottery and Gallery. Don’t forget to drive up to the apex of Hook Peninsula to take an exclusive view from the top of the world’s oldest working lighthouse.

If you are more into nature, pay a visit to the Killarney National Park. It is first ever National Park to be set up in Ireland. By taking a horse rise through the park you get to see the 15 century Ross castle and the lake side Muckross house which is famous for its Victorian greatness. Also when in Tralee, stroll through the Rose of Tralee statue to the far reaching Rose gardens. You most certainly miss the traditional folk art at Siamsa Tire.

For a sooth romantic stay, try the Cliff House Hotel. It has floor to roof glass panels making sure that its customers get a stunning view of the sea just by sitting next to the fireplace or by lying in their comfy warm beds. One could also do wine tasting at the Michelin starred House Restaurant. You will be bestowed to savour 8 course tasting menu with paired wines. Hit the Well Spa and get the best message. When at Ring of Kerry, halt in Portmagee for some seafood at the Moornings restaurant on the docks. From there ride by to the nearby Caherdaniel and sip some Irish coffee at the Scarriff Inn.

And lastly grasp the sunset from Dunmore Head which is Ireland’s westernmost point.