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All reviews kate kearney's cottage black valley pony and trap boat ride paved road horse and cart jaunting car on foot beautiful scenery horse drawn take your time take photos great walk ring of kerry sunny day ladies view killarney national park
The Gap is very picturesque and a lot of fun on the Pony and Trap Tour. We only had 2 in our cart so it was comfortable. I could see how having 4 in the cart would be a little tight but that is what...More
We saw the horses hauling lazy tourists throught the gap of Dunloe, the traps overfilled with people who have no thought for the state of the poor horse expected to climb mountains with unbearable weights to tow. I saw horses dripping all over in sweat...More
This is some of the most stunning and picturesque landscape to be seen. Truly beautiful and yet bleak at times. An artists or photographers wonderland. If you visit in different types of weather or times of year you will have new experiences each time.
I rode my motorbike through Black Valley from Kenmare and found the Gap almost by accident. What a gorgeous place and a beautiful ride. The road was full of walkers, horse and cart, a few cars and me. I've been to the Alps, Scotland, Wales...More
Second time for a hike here. Other time was 2016. Both times I enjoyed being able to hike as far as I wanted , and then turn around. It is an undulating hike, but not arduous. Very scenic. Fairly well traveled, so you will not...More
We came late in the day after a rain, and we had it almost to ourselves. A horse came near to us (behind the fence) and seemed to greet us near the wishing bridge. Then another two horses came around and called to the other...More
We took a jaunting car up the gap, the lad who took us was great “craic” he explained the history and the day to day working of the gap, a good history lesson.
Have your coffee in the cafe opposite Kate Kearney’s cottage - much...More
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Although the small road is tarmac now it is very narrow and there is traffic in both directions, You can drive in and there are a few spots where you can park on the side which we did not know, it might be safer, also there... More
Although the small road is tarmac now it is very narrow and there is traffic in both directions, You can drive in and there are a few spots where you can park on the side which we did not know, it might be safer, also there are horses and jaunting cars so keep it in mind.
The boat trip is a round trip , you should be at Kate Kearneys cottage at 10.30 , from here you can take a pony and carriage or else walk the 7 miles to the boat ( if you take the pony and carriage the driver of this can... More
The boat trip is a round trip , you should be at Kate Kearneys cottage at 10.30 , from here you can take a pony and carriage or else walk the 7 miles to the boat ( if you take the pony and carriage the driver of this can book your boat trip ) the carriage to the boat is €100 and can seat up to 4 people , all that I’m sure of, the boat then goes through the 3 lakes of Killarney and lands at Ross castle where you can get a shuttle back to Kate Kearneys ( not 100% sure but approximately €25 per person for boat and bus ) you arrive back at approximately 4pm
You can do the trip in reverse if you want starting at Ross castle