Ballycullane Holiday Homes Inch

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Inch Self Catering Holiday Homes available

Ballycullane Self Catering Holiday Homes is located conveniently off the main road from Killarney to Inch Beach.

The houses are situated in a stunning elevated location with superb views over Inch Strand in County Kerry and beyond to the mountains of Killarney.

Your home from home near Inch Beach

There are 2 self catering holiday homes available both houses cater for up to 6 guests. The houses are fully equipped.

Please make a booking online now to avoid disappointment!

Fun and activity packed events on the Dingle Peninsula

  

Upcoming events on the Dingle Peninsula

March 17 Dingle   St. Patrick's Day

Dingle’s St Patrick’s Day celebrations kick-start at the crack of dawn at 6am when Dingle’s Fife and Drum Band take to the streets in keeping with a long tradition which is usually supported by hundreds of enthusiastic followers
The band march from the Old Hospital, around the town, waking up young and old but also bringing a magical start to the day.
A 6:30am stop at St. Mary’s Church where Mass is offered by the local parish priest for the band who provide various tunes during the ceremony.
The morning session finishes around 7:30am at Ashmount Terrace with Amhrán na bhFiann.
The main St. Patrick's Day parade is scheduled to start at 12:45pm from Ashmount Terrace and follow the traditional route through the streets of the town. Passing through Goat Street, Main Street, The Mall, Bridge Street, Strand Street, turning at the Quay and returning to the Old Hospital via Green Street and Goat Street.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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To find out what is happening in the Music Scene on the peninsula visit the West Kery Live site by  clicking on the link below:

Music and Entertainment

Fishing at Inch Beach

Inch Strand is 3½ miles long and faces west. There is a car park at the northern end and it is possible to drive on the beach but be careful as there are patches of soft sand. Both ends of this beach yield bass and flatfish. The best time to fish is with a moderate surf at any stage of the flood tide and a couple of hours into the ebb. Bass, flounder and small turbot are all taken here on a variety of baits such as sandeel, lugworm and peeler crab. The main hotspot is just below the car park but weed may be a problem here and you will have to move until you get a clean stretch. Inch is an ideal location for night fishing.

Surfing at Inch

Inch Beach on the Dingle Peninsula in Co.Kerry and is a really beautiful place to learn to surf.

The beach faces west/south west so is extremely consistent in the Summer months and has a rideable wave when most other beaches are flat. There are also some great waves in the area for the more experienced surfers. 

 

 

Upcoming Events in The INEC Killarney

January  12th 2018                                          Pat Shortt "How's Tings"

January  13th 2018                                         Bagatelle

January  26th  2018                                        Dara O'Briain

February 10th  2018                                       Jason Byrne

April 13th   2018                                             Mary Black

May 4th    2018                                                                    Gabriel Rosenstock

September 27th   2018                                 Cliff Richard

 

 

 

 

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