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Killarney is most popular in the summer months of July and August, when temperatures can reach into the early twenties. To avoid the crowds visit in September or October when the weather is still mild, averaging in the mid-teens. Winters are cold, with temperatures below freezing. Whatever time of year you decide to visit, bring waterproofs in case of rain.Come in May if you want to experience the annual Killarney Beerfest, while motorcycling enthusiasts won’t want to miss Killarney’s Ireland Bikefest in June. Thousands flock to the town for this event, so make sure to book your hotel early.
For a vibrant town atmosphere, find a hotel in Killarney. There are lots of restaurants to choose from, serving both local and international cuisine. Go for hearty traditional fare at Hannigans, or something more innovative at the stylish Cellar One. You won’t be short of bars or clubs either. Traditional Irish music is played live at plenty of the packed pubs in the town centre, while you can dance to chart and techno music in nightclubs such as The Crypt.Hotels in Killarney will also suit those wanting to do some day sightseeing. The Gothic-style St Mary’s Cathedral is well-worth seeing, with visitors invited to attend masses held at least once every day. There are also lots of quaint shops to browse in, perfect for picking up a souvenir of your stay.There are some great family hotels on the Ring of Kerry, the scenic drive that circles the county. Hotels in Muckross place you right by the eastern edge of the Killarney National Park, an area featuring lots of beautiful landmarks. The Torc Waterfall is easily accessible in scenic woodlands, while Muckross House and Gardens gives a fascinating insight into the life of a wealthy Victorian family.Couples might want to stay in a luxury hotel to the north of Lough Leane. Hotels here provide glorious lakeside views, and you can go for a romantic boat ride on the lake for sights of the mountain range. Golf enthusiasts might fancy a round at the Killarney Golf & Fishing Club before settling down to a meal at their cosy restaurant.

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