We spent two nights in a Farmhouse on the Dingle Peninsula so that we could enjoy the Kerry area and were not disappointed. Starting the Ring counterclockwise as suggested is a good idea as there are parts of the road that are narrow and curvy and buses and trucks have to be watched out for. The villages were interesting and the countryside beautiful. We had very thick fog and wet gentle rain on the southwest which I am told is normal. It reminded me of the California coast when it is fogged in but the farms were different. It was still worth the drive. The Killdare National Park was great and it had cleared when we reached it. The grounds and house of the Muscross House were beautiful and a needed rest to get out from driving and walk around to enjoy. Pleased we spent the extra night as you could take the drive at your own pace and stop when you want. Loads of lakes to see besides the coast and mountains and plenty of hiking trails if you want them.
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