Munster is Ireland's most southerly province. It is made up of counties Clare, Cork, Kerry, Limerick, Tipperary and Waterford. Munster has become an essential visit for anyone travelling to Ireland. There are many monasteries and ancient castles spread throughout the province. Munster was home to Ireland's Patron Saint, St. Patrick, for several years and during his time he founded numerous churches and religious orders. Many of these churches are still standing today. Perhaps the most famous of Ireland's churches Saint Fin Barre's Cathedral is located in the centre of Cork City.
Only a few miles from here stands Blarney Castle and it's famous Blarney Stone of which ledgend has it any visitor who kisses it shall be granted the 'Gift of the Gab'... or the ability to 'Talk as freely as an Irishman'. One of the world's most famous landmarks are The Cliffs of Moher based in County Clare.
Religious Tours of Ireland have become hugely popular over the past couple of decades in Ireland. Munster is the perfect location for a Faith Based Tour. Munster is also seeped in a rich tradition of music. Irish Folk Music, with origins and variations spread across Ireland, have deep roots in Munster. Especially in County Kerry where it seems every pub you walk into has a group of musicians either in full swing or getting ready to play. Munster is a great location for anyone looking to take part in Music Tours of Ireland.
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What really sets Munster apart as a tour destination is it's amazing people. Their friendliness, openness and genuine warmth will ensure that whether you are staying in a B&B, a Hotel or a Luxury Castle you time in Munster will be both relaxing and informative.
When choosing your accommodation in Munster there are numerous factors to take into consideration. Ranging from the size of your tour to the type of the attractions you wish to see. There are ample B&B's, Guesthouses and Hotels spread across the cities, towns and villages of Munster.
The Golden Vale, spreading across Limerick, Tipperary and Cork is known as The Most Fertile Land in Ireland and is an essential visit for anyone planning Farm Tours of Ireland. The livestock and horticultural processes of farmers in the area are admired and studied the world over.
Anyone planning their own Incentive Tours of Ireland is in for a treat in Munster. From The Old Head of Kinsale Golf Course in Cork to the numerous retreats scattered around the province of Munster there is something to keep everyone entertained.
From the all day dining experience to the luxurious accommodation Ballyseede Castle is the base for a trip to the Kingdom. Also a very popular wedding venue.
+353 66 7125799
Located in the picturesque setting of Killarney, County Kerry The Ross Hotel is the perfect mixture of modern comfort and classical taste. Ideal base for a family break or even a quick drink.
+353 64 6631855
Hotel Doolin is situated in the centre of Doolin, a town noted as being the traditional Irish music and Cultural capital of Ireland. a 4 star hotel with the Cliffs of Moher as a backdrop.
Doolin, Co. Clare
+353 (0)21 464 3700
With great bar and restaurant facilities and a none more central location in the viberant and colorful city of Cork, The Metropole Hotel is a must visit for anyone planning a tour of Munster.
McCurtain Street, Co. Cork
+353 (0)21 464 3700
Located only a one minute walk from Killarney Town. Hotel Killarney is the ideal location for anyone wishing to take in everything that the magical town of Killarney has to offer.
Killarney, Co. Kerry
+353 (0)64 6626200
Well known for it's warm welcome and distinctly Irish hospitality The Rainbow Hostel is the perfect base for anyone looking for budget accommodation in the Kerry region. Camping also available.
+353 (0)66 915 1044
Ore a Tava House is a homely Bed and Breakfast situated in a peaceful woodland area just 1km from Lisdoonvaran. It is ideally located if you plan to visit the awe inspiring landscape of the Burren
Lisdoonvarna , Co. Clare
+353 (065) 7074086
Situated in the South Tipperary/North Waterford area Glasha Farmhouse is a beautiful guesthouse in a great location. Far away from the highways and stresses of modern life.
Ballymacarby , Co.Waterford
+353 (0) 52 6136108
Perched on a rocky outcrop overlooking the river Blackwater Dromana House is surrounded by 600 acre privately owned estate. There are garden and woodland walks a plenty.
Beachview is a family-run and family friendly B&B located in Allihies on Cork's Beara Peninsula. Offering a very personal service and immaculate rooms.
Allihies, Co. Cork
Offering spacious en suites and glorious mountain views Ashfield B&B , located in Kenmare, County Kerry, is the perfect setting for a weekend break or a family getaway.
Kenmare, Co. Kerry
+353 86 3179392
A website dedicated to all things relating to West Clare. An unspoilt area of Ireland that takes visitors back to an idyllic version of Ireland's west.
West Clare, Co. Clare
+353 87 696 8538
Voyager is a twin engine catamaran specifically designed for whale and dolphin watching tours. The boat leaves Baltimore Harbour daily at 9.30am and 2.15pm.
Baltimore, County Cork
00 353 (0) 86 120 0027
Situated on some of the finest land in Ireland, on the lush pastures of Mitchelstown County Cork you'll find Mitchelstown Golf Club. Founded in 1910 and one of Munster's finest.
Ballyvaughan, Co. Clare
+353 (0)25 24072
Situated in the Burren, County Clare, Aillwee Cave features endless natural wonders such as a frozen waterfall and the now extinct brown bear bones. An essential visit for anyone in the area.
Ballyvaughan, Co. Clare
With tall dunes and coastal crevice lurking around every corner players at Waterville Golf Links are constantly kept entertained. Boardered by Lough Currane and the Atlantic Ocean.
Waterville, Co. Kerry
011 353 66 947 4102
See Cork's coastline as you've never seen it before with Ocean Addicts. With Bed and Breakfast, lunch and snacks throughout the day all included. Underwater diving from one of two Excalibur RIBs.
Kinsale, Co. Cork
+353 87 7903211