Located in the Southwest region of Ireland, County Kerry is as much renowned for its diverse scenic beauty as it is for the hospitality of its local inhabitants. Here one will find one of the largest populations of people, in all of Ireland, who proudly speak Irish Gaelic as a part of daily life.

Good to Know

  • No gay scene to speak of, but generally accepting
  • More conservative than its urban counterparts; discretion is advised
  • Gay marriage legal since November 2015

Featured Resorts:

Dingle Benners Hotel


Located in the heart of Dingle, a beautiful and colorful town set on the southern shores of the Dingle Peninsula, Benners is a classic hotel favored for its old world charm and ambiance. The hotel has been recently transformed, offering guests authentic Irish antique furnishings blended with some of the best of contemporary design. Each of the 52 bedrooms provide an intimate and cozy setting for a relaxing stay. As one of Dingle's oldest hotels, Benners reflects the history a ...

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