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Crystal Springs
Ballycasheen Cross
Killarney
Kerry

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Crystal Springs Bed and Breakfast in Killarney, Co Kerry, Ireland. This 4 star Killarney Bed and Breakfast is located in a quiet setting, yet not isolated being close to Killarney town. Therefore the house is ideally located with the best of both worlds, set in a picturesque country side on the banks of the peaceful River Flesk and yet minutes away from down town Killarney. Close to world famous local attractions such as Killarney’s National Park and it’s beautiful lakes and mountains where Red Deer roam freely, Muckross House built in 1843, a magnificent Victorian Mansion, surrounded by a spectacular collection of rhododendrons and rockery. Muckross traditional farm close to the recently restored 15th century Ross Castle on the shores of Killarney’s Lough Lein open to visitors, with excellent guided tours. Close to Ireland’s most scenic glacial valley, Gap Of Dunloe, near Kate Kearney’s Cottage, also Torc Waterfall, Ladies View, Moll’s Gap and Muckross Abbey from 1448 to St. Mary’s Cathedral from 1855. All of the above are just minute’s drive away from CRYSTAL SPRINGS and on the Ring Of Kerry route. For those with an interest in fishing the River Flesk, which flows into the Lower Lake, flows directly behind the house providing instant access to good fishing grounds. The river is quite large and is well known among local fishermen for its quality trout and salmon. The rooms are beautifully decorated and offer true luxury accommodation, the perfect way to discover Ireland.

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