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Derrynane House

Caherdaniel, Ireland
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“irish history” (19 reviews)
“fairy trail” (13 reviews)
Caherdaniel, Ireland
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We visited the gardens only as didn't want to waste time in the house. The gardens are well worth a walk, the fairy trail is fun for the children, the little houses are very nicely done.We also admired some lovely flowers.

Thank Janulik
Reviewed 15 August 2017

Interesting and worth a visit. We visited with three young children and the older two who are six and seven still really enjoyed the visit especially the interesting video at the beginning of the visit. The tea room is lovely and the gardens are gorgeous....More

Thank Savykennington
Reviewed 14 August 2017

A great place to visit even if the weather isn't so good. We were greeted by wonderful friendly staff. Children under 12 go free. There is a 20min. film which runs everyso often which tells you about Daniel O Connell. You can walk around the...More

Thank maglinjo
Reviewed 9 August 2017 via mobile

Really enjoyable and excellent price kids under 12 go free. Restaurant really nice and fab ice cream. Fairy trail is brilliant kids loved it.

Thank abbeygirl17
Reviewed 3 August 2017 via mobile

Thank you so much Charlotte, Maire & Tony for the lovely welcome to Derrynane, and especially to Charlotte for a terrific tour. Her knowledge and story telling were matched by the splendour of the restoration and maintenance of the homeplace of the great Irish Liberator,...More

Thank DublinGrainne
Reviewed 2 August 2017

There is so much to see and do in Derrynane for the history and nature lover. The house has a lovely little cafe and fantastic gardens both wild and cultivated. A real gem of a place where you can wander around and discover ancient neolithic...More

Thank Amanito G
Reviewed 30 July 2017

We brought our children (10 and 140 and my mother to the house. We all loved it - the museum is small enough to capture the kids interest for long enough and they were all able to relate the story to what they were learning...More

Thank Sharon F
Reviewed 23 July 2017 via mobile

The experience begins with a 20 minute film about Daniel O'Connell. Definitely watch this first if you can. It sets the scene and makes the visit to the house more engaging. The gardens and courtyard are dog friendly and the staff were all so friendly,...More

Thank Avalena
Reviewed 16 July 2017

My partner and I, along with two friends recently enjoyed a 10 day holiday in Ireland. We started just north of Shannon in Doolin and then drove south along the coast towards Kinsale. Then we drove north east towards Dublin our last stop before heading...More

Thank daksterinwaltham
Reviewed 16 July 2017

A definite visit if you're in this area of Co. Kerry. We visited as a family with grandparents, us and two small children (8 and 5). The tea rooms were a great starting point before the grandparents took a tour of the house and we...More

Thank SBriggsy
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