Steeped in history and full of unique character whether your interest is in history, culture, wildlife or simply walking and indulging in the breath-taking scenery, The Killarney Walking Festival has it all. A two-day walking programme is offered with hikes, treks and hill walks to suit all interests and fitness abilities.

Ask for our weekend arrangements with transport and half board or full board options.

There are different Walks available. For more information about the event and the Walks: Click here for the website

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Mountain Retreat and Rural B&B in the Killarney area

Launch pad for day-trips

Ring of Kerry - Beara Penisula - Killarney - Kenmare - Gap of Dunloe

Safe environment

We care for you and your family. Strict hygiene and social distancing.

Superb hiking

The best hikes in Kerry: Mangerton, Carrauntoohil and many more. Guides available.

If you want  more information, send an email to: info@annagh-more.ie or check for available rooms here:

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