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Courtyard Lodges
self-catering

Make yourself at home in our two bedroom/two bathroom lodges,
a pleasant three minute walk from the hotel.

Rooms & Suites

Each unique in style and design and affording you stunning views of the Kenmare Bay or the Kerry Mountains.

Woodland Villas
self-catering

Spacious three bedroom houses located within the estate and a 10 minute walk from the hotel.

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Experience something new
at Parknasilla!
- Our Top Five things to try this Summer! -

1. - RIB BOAT TRIPS

From the pier at Parknasilla - Take a RIB boat trip with Noel across the Bay to Kilmacalogue on the Beara Peninsula.

Enjoy a bowl of Mussels and a Pint of Guinness for your lunch and on the way home stop and say Hello to our residents seals.  

2. - WALK THIS WAY

Parknasilla is that kind of place that demands you bring the walking Boots, Fleece and Rain Gear along with you and be prepared to immerse yourselves in the outdoors.

We have ten walking trails on the resort or if you fancy something a little longer then our pathways hook up with the famous Kerry Way

3. - GO STAR GAZING

Kerry International Dark-Sky Reserve is located a mere 10 minute drive from Parknasilla and has been designated Ireland’s first International Dark Sky Reserve by the International Dark-Sky Association, one of only three gold tier reserves on the planet, and the only one in the Northern Hemisphere. Staigue Fort is the closest viewing point and is one of the best points to stargaze. Book a star gazing tour with Kerry Dark Sky.

4. - EXPLORE BY KAYAK

Take to the water and explore Parknasilla's hidden islands, inlets and beaches.

What a wonderful way to spend the afternoon taking in the stunning scenery that surrounds Parknasilla and spending time with the one you love.

All kayak trips are led by highly experienced guides and each trip commences with safety information and brief instruction on how simple it is to operate the craft.

5. - SKELLIG MICHEAL

For the keen explorer this world famous rock 14 Miles off the Atlantic Coast  is a must visit. An UNESCO World Heritage Site but it’s raw beauty received huge acclaim once revealed to the world in recent STAR WARS movies.  Climb the 600 steps to the top where you will be catapulted back to the 700 AD to the time when the monks lived and survived here for several years.