Killarney Riding Stables is located just 1 mile from the heart of Killarney town. It is here that the adventure seeker can begin the 4 or 6 day Killarney Reeks Trail. Established in the late 1960’s, the stables can expertly provide each and every customer with a unique experience.
Being adjacent to the Killarney National Park, the casual customer can enjoy daily rides of one, two, or three hours. Overnight accommodation is also available for riders and non-riders at the stables farmhouse, where all rooms have private facilities.
Situated in South-West Ireland, County Kerry boasts some of the finest scenery in the world. It is an inspiration of the poet and artist with its high mountain ranges, its inlet studded coast, its woods, lakes, waterfalls, the everchanging drama of its skies, and the eloquence of its people. It is the delight of the antiquarian and archaeologist, rich in Bronze Age tombs, ring forts, standing stones and early Christian monastic ruins.
Kerry is a paradise for the botanist and the bird-watcher, for its sub-tropical climate warmed by the Gulf Stream produces lush and rare vegetation, and on islands off its coast are some of the largest and
most important bird colonies in Europe. It is a haven for sportspersons: Angling, shooting, golf, tennis, boating, sailing, surfing, mountaineering, hill climbing, walking, cycling – within this wild and beautiful peninsula, can all be enjoyed.
Killarney is central, within a 50 mile radius is all of Kerry and the neighbouring regions. It is a centre for nightlife: drama, dancing, singing pubs, cinema, and performances of traditional music, song and dance. Killarney is a jewel, with strangely shaped and tumbled mountains, combined with the constant interplay of light on water and vegetation, creating a view that is seldom the same for more than an hour. Place, time, weather and landscape embodying beauty.
Killarney Riding Stables,
Telephone: 00 353 64 31686
Fax: 00 353 64 34119
Telephone: 011 353 64 31686
Fax: 011 353 64 34119