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Kenmare, Killorglin or Dingle for 2 nights - need help

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Kenmare, Killorglin or Dingle for 2 nights - need help

My husband and 3 kids (15 yr and 13 yr twins) will be in Ireland for 2 weeks in June. We are making our way around the country from Dublin, to Galway, then Kerry area, then Wexford and back to Dublin. For 3 days and 2 nights we want to stay in the Kerry area and see Ring of Kerry and Dingle. Where would the best place to stay be for the 3 teenage kids? My son would like to fish a little bit, the girls would like to shop a little and see the countryside. I would like to stay in a B&B and need to know what town or area would be best to suit the family. I have looked at B&B in Kenmare, Killorglin and Dingle. Thank you.

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1. Re: Kenmare, Killorglin or Dingle for 2 nights - need help

For your needs and what you have outlined Killarney would be the best place to stay.

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2. Re: Kenmare, Killorglin or Dingle for 2 nights - need help

Yes, for your needs, Killarney is the place you are looking for. In Killarney you will find plenty of places to stay (B&Bs, hotels,...); you can fish in the lakes, and of course you can go shopping. You can have a look to the web page:

http://www.killarneyguide.uni.cc/

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