We are located 2kms from the village of Stradbally, ideally situated for all local amenities and as a base for touring the Dingle Peninsula and the rest of Kerry. Follow N86, R560 and Dingle via Conor Pass roads from Tralee.
Coming from Tralee, drive along the N86 and R560 for approximately 30 min (28.9 km). We will be on your left-hand side.
|Kerry Airport (KIR)||47||International scheduled flights all year to and from the United Kingdom (Stansted, Luton and Manchester) and Germany (Frankfurt Hahn). Summer flights to and from France (Lorient). Domestic flights to and from Dublin. All major car hire companies.|
|Cork Ferry||150||International Ferry Services to the UK (Swansea) and France (Roscoff, not Winter season).|
|Rosslare||300||International Ferry Services to the UK (Fishguard) and France (Cherbourg).|
|Dingle||20||Market town and fishing port, pubs, sea food restaurants, craft centres, Oceanworld sea aquarium, boat trips to Fungie the famous dolphin, and gateway to the Blasket Islands.|
|Tralee||29||Administrative capital and county town of Kerry. Extensive facilities including excellent shopping, theatre, museums, greyhound racing, horse racing (selected dates), swimming and fitness centers, and the world famous Rose of Tralee festival (August).|
|Castlegregory Village||5||Five pubs, supermarket with ATM machine, chemist, doctor, ladies and gentlemen's hair salon, post office, restaurants, take-away.|
|Maharees||9||Windsurfing, bathing, scuba diving, fishing and horse riding.|
|Gowlane Strand||1||10 km of unspoiled sandy beach, ideal for windsurfing, bathing, beach angling and long walks.|
|Castlegregory Golf Club||3||Beautifully situated 9 hole golf course located between Stradbally Strand and Loch Gill. Trout fishing permits for Loch Gill are also available from the Golf Club.|
|Sandy Bay||7||Blue flag beach with sandy beach, safe bathing and water sports.|
|Wild Atlantic Way||0||The Wild Atlantic Way is one of the wildest, most enchanting and culturally rich coastal touring routes in the world, stretching along the Atlantic coast from Donegal, Sligo, Mayo, Clare, Kerry and West Cork. The north Dingle Peninsula part of the route passes directly outside Fortfarm House. Look out for the distinctive Wild Atlantic Way symbol on route maps and road signs.|