Dinis Island is situated in Killarney National Park looking out over the Middle Lake. The cottage has been described as a hunting lodge and dates back to the 1700s. The Old Weir Bridge and the Meeting of the Waters are within walking distance of the cottage. It is possible to walk or cycle through the Muckross peninsula to Dinis. This is a one way route for bicyles as it is a narrow winding road with some dangerous bends and the return journey to Killarney is via the N71. It can also be accessed via a pleasant walk along by the lake from the car park on the N71 approx 6 kilometres from Killarney
Whether you wish to trek to the top of Irelands highest mountain range, explore Killarney's ancient woodland glens and valleys or just stroll around its beautiful lakeshore walks, Killarney offers you a range of walks in unspoilt wilderness that will never cease to amaze and please you.
Earls Court is also perfectly located among Kerry Hotels for taking on the beautiful scenic and historic "Kerry Way", Dingle Way, and Beara Way walk through the three Penninsulas of the Ring of Kerry, Dingle and Beara.
Route maps and pocket guides are available for the recognised established routes, but Killarney offers the pleasure of numerous walking options eg Derrycunnihy to Mucross or Lord Brandons cottage and many that are still very much in their undiscovered state, presenting the walker with the opportunity to explore and discover.