Killarney is nestled in an enchanting lake district, renowned for its scenic beauty which is considered by many as one of the world's great wonders.
The Killarney National Park, Muckross and the Lakes of Killarney are situated in south-west Ireland, close to the most westerly point in Europe, the National Park includes over 10,000 hectares of mountain, woodland, waterways, parks and gardens.
A visit to Killarney is not complete without a visit to Muckross House and Gardens and lakes.
Visitors are spoilt for choice for things to do in Killarney. Outdoor lovers can enjoy a serenity unequalled anywhere in the world, where nature trails and walks abound, enough to keep you busy for a week.
Within a few miles from Killarney, you can experience the best of ancient castles and abbeys, gushing cascades, rugged hills, and sparkling lakes including Torc Waterfall, Dinis Cottage, the Meeting of the Waters, Old Weir Bridge, the three Killarney Lakes, Knockreer gardens, Ross Island, Innisfallen Island, O'Sullivans Cascade, the Muckross Peninsula & Ladies View to name but a few. While also being less than 1km walk from the bustling nightlife of the town centre and perfectly located near the INEC.
Killarney is the natural base for day trips of the south-west of Ireland, whether you go by car or coach. Earls Court House is ideally located to enable you to organise all tours, most of which can be booked at the reception desk on the previous day.
Earls Court Hotel is one of the best Golf hotels in Killarney.