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Forelands Self Catering Holiday Houses3 Star Hotel
Kenmare, Kenmare, County Kerry

Web: www.kenmarebayholidayhomes.com

Forelands Self Catering Holiday Houses

The Forelands Self Catering Holiday Houses are a 2 minute drive or a 5/6 minute walk from the Kenmare Bay Self Catering Holiday Homes & Lodges. Residents have full use of all hotel facilities, including the leisure centre.

General Information

Hotel

The Forelands Self Catering Holiday Houses offer spacious and comfortable accommodation and are located a short distance from both the hotel and the centre of Kenmare.

Hotel Services

  • Disabled Facilities
  • Restaurant / Bar
  • Guest Parking
  • Dry Cleaning Facilities ( on request )
  • Wi-Fi ( All Areas )
  • 24 Hr Reception
  • Daily Servicing ( on request )

Hotel Extra Services

  • Kids Club (Weekends & School Holidays)
  • Health Spa
  • Steam Room
  • Gym
  • Jacuzzi
  • Beauty Therapies
  • Conference Facilities
  • Wedding Facilities

party night hotel offers

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fun things to do

Heritage

Bonane Heritage ParkInfo: Just 10 minutes from Kenmare town, the Bonane Heritage Park offers an abundance of well preserved multi-period archaeological sites from the Stone, Bronze and Iron Age; together with a 1600 metre walk (offering breath taking scenery) through 5000 years of history.
Web: www.bonaneheritagepark.com

Fun Outdoor Activites

Star Outdoors KenmareInfo: The Star Outdoors Adventure Centre, just 5 minutes from Kenmare town, is set on the beautiful Kenmare Bay and is surrounded by the Caha Mountains. An ideal, safe place to sail, kayak and explore the mountains.
Contact: 064 6641222
Web: www.staroutdoors.ie

Kenmare Golf ClubInfo: 18 hole golf course, set alongside the quiet waters of the river Roughty estuary. Surrounded by the glorious Kerry mountains, Kenmare Golf Club boasts a breathtaking location nestled in its own little piece of tranquillity.
Contact: 064 6641291
Web: www.kenmaregolfclub.com

Dromquinna Riding StablesInfo: Professional Equestrian Centre, established in 1949. Open to all levels of experience. Just a couple of miles from the hotel.
Contact: 064 6641043
Web: www.dromquinna-stables.com

Kenmare DivingInfo: Kenmare Bay Diving centre is 25-30 mins drive from the hotel. Daily beginner's session. This three hour try-a-dive programme consists of a short diving theory lesson followed by a boat trip to a lagoon and your first shallow water dive accompanied by your instructor
Contact: 087 6993793
Web: www.kenmarebaydiving.com

Fishing in Kenmare RiverInfo: Robert White is a professional fisherman who has been fishing since he was 6 years old. He can show you that fishing isn't only standing with a rod, but it can help you to relax your body and mind and that you can really enjoy your free time. All age groups are welcome! Fishing equipment is supplied
Contact: 087 3748 985
Web: www.fishwithus.blogspot.com/

Fishing Permits & TackleInfo: Deep sea, salmon and trout fishing all available locally. For information on gear, permits, tackle etc
Contact: John O'Hare 064 6641499

Kenmare Walking ClubInfo: Founded in the 1980s, the Club has a permanent membership in excess of 100 regular walkers. Non members are welcome to join the organised walks and festivals. Kenmare is situation in the middle of the most impressive mountain range in Ireland. Walks are graded for different abilities/fitness levels.
Web: www.kenmarewalking.com

Seafari AdventuresInfo: Seal-watching and eco-friendly tours along Kenmare Bay with friendly and knowledgeable Captain, Raymond Ross. Sailings daily from Kenmare Pier during high season
Contact: +353(0)64 664 2059
Web: www.seafariireland.com

Kenmare Lace Design CentreInfo: In 1864 the Poor Clare nuns under the leadership of Mother Abbess O'Hagan set upon a practical course to help the needy to help themselves, by establishing an industrial school in the convent building. There, young girls were chiefly employed in producing lace. The tradition of making the beautiful
Contact: 064 6641491
Web: www.kenmarelace.ie

Adopt a Sheep, Kissane Sheep FarmInfo: Situated between Kenmare and Killarney National Park in Co Kerry is Kissane Sheep Farm. The famous panorama of Moll's Gap is in the middle of the land, overlooking the farm and its sheep and lambs. The goal of Adopt a Sheep is to preserve the Irish heritage of mountain sheep, living in the scenic ar
Contact: +353 (0)64 6634791
Web: www.adopt-a-sheep.ie

Eclipse Ireland Info: Kerry's Equestrian and Adventure Centre seeks to deliver a great range of activities to visitors of all ages and abilities. You can enjoy scenic pony trekking on the centres own off-road trails set against the magnificent backdrop of the MacGillycuddy Reeks or perhaps youd like to try your hand at a
Contact: +353(0)64 6682965 / M: +353(0)87 923 8794
Web: www.eclipseireland.com

Ring of Kerry Golf & Country ClubInfo: Located amidst the most stunning scenery imaginable, the Ring of Kerry Golf Club is an 18 hole, championship golf course designed for golfers of all abilities.
Contact: 064 6642000
Web: www.ringofkerrygolf.com

Bonane Chocolate FactoryInfo: If you are looking for a treat, head out to Bonane to Lorge Choclatier. Benoit Lorge makes the most delicious hand made chocolates. Originally from Lorraine in France and now settled in Kenmare, this award winning chef has created a chocolate lovers paradise. Located about 5km from Kenmare in Bonane
Contact: 087 9917172
Web: www.lorgechocolate.com

Molly Gallivan's Cottage & Traditional Farm, BonaneInfo: Offering tours, teas, audio visual presentations and re-enactments of American Wakes, this unique centre is a must for anyone interested in the history of Ireland. Just 10 minutes from the hotel
Web: www.mollygallivans.com

Faungorth Activity CentreInfo: Family fun at Faungorth Activity Centre including Pitch n' Putt, Archery, Driving Range, Tennis & Mountain Bike Track. Only 2 miles outside Kenmare Town
Web: www.nomnomcafe.com

Golf

East Clare Golf ClubInfo: The East Clare Golf Club and golf course is set in 150 acres of unspoilt, rolling, quiet countryside with majestic views of East Clare.
Web: www.eastclare.com