Grove Lodge Holiday Homes are a cluster of 2 and 3-bedroom riverside holiday homes which overlook the River Launa in Killorglin County Kerry. Set in a scenic location this holiday accommodation is a short stroll from the bustling town and ideally located on the magnificent Ring of Kerry.
Set in a peaceful and scenic area along the perimeter of the majestic River Laune which flows from Lough Leane, one of the Lakes of Killarney and empties into the sea, first at Castlemaine harbour beside the river Maine and then out through Dingle Bay.
These ideally located holiday apartments are only a 20-minute drive from two magnificent sandy beaches, Rossbeigh Strand on the Iveragh Peninsula and Inch Strand on the Dingle Peninsula
Grove Lodge Holiday Homes (3 Bed) DescriptionGrove Lodge Holiday Homes are a lovely complex of 2 and 3-bedroom holiday apartments. Our 3-bedroom duplex holiday apartments in Killorglin are stylishly furnished, with sunny balconies overlooking the River Laune from a first-floor aspect.
Grove Lodge Holiday Home - Sleeps 5Grove Lodge Holiday Homes are a unique holiday accommodation with the living quarters located on the first floor, allowing guests to really enjoy the spectacular river views throughout their stay.
The spacious open plan kitchen, dining and living area have a flame effect fire and french doors onto the balcony. You and your guests can enjoy hot drinks at a touch of a button with our TASSIMO Vivy coffee machines. The kitchen is well equipped, providing all you need for a comfortable self-catering holiday in Kerry.
These holiday apartments have 3 bedrooms and sleeps 5 guests comfortably:
- Double en-suite bedroom, sleeping 2
- Twin en-suite bedroom, sleeping 2
- Single en-suite bedroom, sleeping 1
There is under floor heating throughout providing excellent comfort all year round.
About Killorglin & Local AreaOur riverside holiday apartments in Killorglin are a short walk from the vibrant market town boasting excellent restaurants, pubs, shops and cafes. This town sits on two magnificent routes, the scenic Ring of Kerry and Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way.
Killorglin is also in the Reeks District, home to Ireland's highest mountain, making our holiday accommodation a great base for a walking holiday in Ireland. Carrauntoohil is Ireland’s highest mountain and at 1,038.6 metres it is located on the Iveragh Peninsula, close to the centre of Ireland's highest mountain range, MacGillycuddy's Reeks.
The area surrounding Killorglin is very scenic and there are an array of marked walks and cycling trails in the area, bicycle hire is available in the town. The local municipal library in Killorglin is home to the works of the Irish artist Pauline Bewick. There is a weekly country market featuring local produce and a large public playground.
Things to See & Do in the Local AreaThere are several sandy beaches within 15 km of our holiday accommodation in Killorglin. Dooks Beach is the closest sandy beach, a 15-minute drive away. A lovely sheltered beach just 3 miles from Glenbeigh village off the Ring of Kerry Road. Beside Dooks Beach there is a very well regarded 18-hole golf course called Dook's Links Course. From here golfers will be treated to spectacular views of the Dingle Peninsula, Cromane and Inch beach.
Close by is Rossbeigh Strand on the Iveragh Peninsula and on the other side of the bay is Inch Strand on the Dingle Peninsula. Rossbeigh Strand is the perfect place to go horse riding and is home to the annual Glenbeigh Racing Festival every August. Inch Strand is a 5km long sand spit jutting into the sea between the outer Dingle Bay and inner Castlemaine Harbour overlooking magnificent Iveragh and Dingle Peninsulas.
From Killorglin you are ideally situated for touring the much-loved and colourful towns of Dingle, Killarney and Kenmare. Killarney is situated on the shores of Lough Leane and is a popular stop on the Ring of Kerry scenic drive, and the start and finishing point of the 200-km Kerry Way walking trail. Across the bridge from St. Mary's Cathedral into Killarney National Park and visit the beautiful Victorian mansion Muckross House, Gardens & Traditional Farm. Within Killarney National Park’s 10,000-hectare limits are trails through forests, moorland and to landmarks like Torc Waterfall and Torc Mountain.
For an unforgettable experience drive the Ring of Kerry, a 179km-long scenic drive passing through rural seaside villages on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. Plan ahead and visit Skellig Michael, a rocky island with an abandoned 7th-century Christian monastery. In the summer months boats leave from Portmagee making the 12km crossing, sure to be a memorable adventure.
A self-catering holiday in Kerry is a must, known for its pockets of Irish-language speakers and striking terrain, rugged coastline and mountains. On your next self-catering holiday in Ireland base yourself in Grove Lodge Holiday Homes and you will be spoilt for choice, it is the ideal location for an outdoor holiday in Ireland.
Important NoteGrove Lodge Holiday Homes are only a minute’ walk from Killorglin town however please note for 250 metres there is no footpath, so care must be taken when walking.