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Horseback riding near Ring of Kerry

Horseback riding near Ring of Kerry

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Posted Thu 4 Feb 2016 4:59 PM
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Will be visiting Kenmare in September. Would like some information on horseback riding in the Kenmare / Killarney area
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Hello Charles!
It's lovely to know that you are planning to visit Co. Kerry in September. I will be more than happy to provide you with some options on horseback riding in Kenmare and Killarney area:
Equestrian Holidays Ireland (EHI) is a selection of Ireland’s top horseback riding establishments.
Killarney Riding Stables is located just two kilometres from the heart of Killarney town and close to the world-renowned Killarney NationalPark.
PonyTales Stables is a family run riding school located in Faha, just 6 miles from Killarney.
Burkes Beach Riding has rides to suit all levels of experience and ability. Situated thirty minutes from Killarney town.
I hope this helps you with your plans. ;)
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Hi Charles!

First of all, you are going to love Kerry, it's absolutely gorgeous!
There are a number of excellent equestrian centres around Kenmare and Killarney, including the ones mentioned by Belen.

I would also advise you to come and visit us at Eclipse Ireland! We offer off-road trekking and lessons for beginners and advanced riders alike (flatwork, jumping or cross-country lessons available). As you can see in the picture below, the landscape around here is just stunning and it's a wonderful riding experience :)

https://d2b4i25io5fq3v.cloudfront.net/05-02-2016/8642d971-05b2-4103-8fcf-eed8.jpg 

And if you'd also like to try something adventurous after your trek, we offer nearly 20 activities such as kayaking, Mud Surfing, Bog Run, Assault Course, archery, Coasteering and Gorge Walking... 

Hope to see you in September! 

Iris

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00 353 (0)64 66 82 965 
http://www.eclipseireland.com/

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Hello Charles,
Kerry and the Southern part of the Wild Atlantic Way will not disappoint.  I think earlier commentators have give you some stellar recommendations.  
If per chance you are not all ready committed to an accommodation choice, you may wish to consider one of three options of accommodation offered at Parknasilla Resort & Spa.  You have the luxury of the hotel & spa, or the modern and superbly equipped two bedroom Courtyard Lodges or the three bedroom Woodland Villas all within our 500 acre estate which is best described as a "Tropical Paradise" overlooking the Kenmare Bay.
We are a short drive from the Eclipse Equestrian Centre so if you have already looked after your accommodation why not drop by for some lunch afterwards.

Safe Travels
Carmel
www.parknasillaresort.com
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Hi Charles,

There are some great equestrian centers around the Kenmare area - many have been named in above replies.
Eclipse Activity & Adventure  - www.eclipseireland.com
Dromquinna Stables - www.dromquinna-stables.com
Blackwater Stables - www.blackwaterstables.com

If you are still researching somewhere to stay, please have a look at The Kenmare Bay Hotel & Resort, located just a short stroll from picturesque Kenmare town - where we offer hotel plus self catering all within the hotel grounds, as well as a full leisure center, bar & restaurant.

Have a wonderful stay in the most beautiful little corner of Ireland!

warm regards,

Lee
The Kenmare Bay Hotel



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