Spring in Killarney
New Life and Vibrant Colours
An energy erupts as Killarney wakes up from here long lazy winter and all of a sudden there seem to be green shoots and bulging buds everywhere. The Daffodils are often the first bright colours to break the winter quiet and these are soon followed by an abundance of greenery that unfolds across the Killarney National Park like a blanket.
It’s hard for any of the floral kingdom to compete with the astounding display of colour that the Bluebells put on, carpeting the forest floor in iridescent shades of lilac and cobalt. All of this put together, make Killarney an absolute joy in the Spring Time.
The Killarney Park is situated just across the road from The Killarney National Park and Gardens. This means that guests have the benefit of enjoying a stroll around the gorgeous little town of Killarney and then crossing over into the wide open spaces of the national park.
Fly a kite with the family, skim stones on the lake, ride a bike along the winding network of tracks within the park, find a bench and enjoy a freshly brewed coffee, or an artisan ice-cream… or both!
One of the reasons Killarney is so adored (aside from her natural beauty) is the wide variety of things to do in the area. Activities for all ages are available and there’s also the chance to explore the stunning Wild Atlantic Way, with day trips to Dingle Peninsula, Inch Beach, Rossbeigh Beach, The Ring of Kerry and The Ring of Bera, you certainly won’t get bored.
Spring Getaway in Killarney:
- Enjoy two nights accommodation
- Breakfast each morning
- Dinner on one evening in The Garden Bar