Ardrinane House is located in Annascaul - a walker's paradise. Annascaul and its surrounding areas offer some lovely walks with breath-taking scenery. Whether it's a short stroll or a hike you are looking for, it can be found in Annascaul. There is a number of loop walks, short and long, surrounding the village or even a stroll up to the majestic Annascaul Lake. Or why not try the Tom Crean Trail or part of the Dingle Way/Kerry Camino and take a break at the wonderful Minard Beach. Or else go down to Inch and stroll along the strand while admiring the bay.
Annascaul is located central to Dingle (17km), Tralee (30km) and Killarney (45km) - ideal for a day trip. Dingle is renowned for Fungi the Dolphin, Oceanworld, the wonderful scenery along the Slea Head Drive and some top quality restaurants. Killarney is one of the top tourist towns in Ireland offering a range of activities from horse riding to a stroll in Muckross Gardens or maybe even a drive around the beautiful Ring of Kerry. Tralee was voted Ireland's must visit town and it will not disappoint. Why not take a trip to the Aqua Dome or to Blennerville Windmill or a round of golf in Barrow while taking in the breathtaking scenery at Tralee Golf Club.
Annascaul is just a 10 minute drive from the wonderful Inch Beach. Why not spend a day, or a week, learning to surf with qualified surf instructors.
Bars and Restaurants
Annascaul has a number of bars in the village with live music every weekend and on some week nights throughout the summer. Or why not visit Tom Crean's Bar, The South Pole Inn, which is located directly across the road and sit beside the river and enjoy a meal and a drink. Dingle, which is a 20 minute drive away, offers some top quality seafood restaurant which cater for all tastes. Inch Beach also has two lovely restaurants overlooking the beach where you can enjoy the view with top quality food.