We found this to be an excellent site - warm welcome, helpful staff and a great location. We chose a hardstanding pitch (which had individual drainage - an unexpected bonus). The pitch was angled, which somehow resulted in having a spacious grassed ‘living’ area, despite actually being lined up along the main driveway into the site. The toilet block near us was immaculately clean, spacious and modern. Showers cost €1, and WiFi was free (but not very strong). It was a pleasant walk into Killarney, which was bustling and traditional, with ‘jaunting cars’, buskers and Irish dancers, and lots of great shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs. We spent our one full day at this site cycling round the lakes in Killarney National Park - this was a fantastic day and definitely to be recommended. Beautiful scenery, lakes, beaches, a waterfall, an abbey and tame deer were just a few of the attractions we experienced there. If you don’t have your own bicycle, I think you can hire them from the site or from a cycle hire shop on the main road/cycle path to the National Park. If we return to Ireland, we are very likely to go back to this site, and next time we will certainly spend more than two nights there.
Fleming's White Bridge (REF : Z02)
Ballycasheen Road, Killarney, Co Kerry, V93 HW56, Republic of IrelandView on map
Why stay here ...
This peaceful and relaxing site set on the banks of the River Flesk is a perfect base for those looking to explore the local area and experience some of Ireland’s beautiful landscapes. The site is lush and green with shrubbery providing plenty of shade and some privacy on pitches.
The well-maintained facilities include an onsite shop that provides essentials, and a games room for children. The attentive owners are always willing to go the extra mile to accommodate guests and even provide some organised activities for kids in the summer.
Nearby Killarney is a short walk from the site and has lots of traditional pubs offering good food and great music in the evenings. Other must-see attractions include the lakes of Killarney National Park, the Ring of Kerry and the Dingle peninsula.
Around and About
Killarney Lake District, Muckross House, Ross Castle, Torc Waterfall, Ross Castle, Killarney leisure centre, Trekking Centre, Restaurants, Pubs, Bars, Golf, Walking trails, Fishing, Horse riding, Swimming pool.
|Date||Electric Hook-up Pitch + 2 people||Large Pitch + 2 people||Adult||Child 0 to 13|
|15/03/2019 - 27/10/2019||£30.91||£30.91||£8.18||£3.64|
|Pitch size (m2)||Pitch surface||Electricity||Electricity amperage||Water||Water shared||Drainage||Drainage shared||Other services on pitch||Separated by|
|Electric Hook-up pitch - EL||80||grass||
|Large pitch - LP||100||grass||
Latest arrival time - low: 9:00 PM
Latest arrival time - high: 9:00 PM
Earliest departure time - low: 6:00 AM
Earliest departure time - high: 6:00 AM
Is there a set arrival day? No
Approximately 1 mile south-east of Killarney town centre. From Cork take the N22 and at Cork-Mallow junction (N22/N72) continue towards Killarney. Take the next left turn (signposted), approximately 1 mile east of Killarney, continue for 300 meters under bridge, entrance on left. From Limerick/Dublin follow N22 (east) Cork road at all roundabouts. After passing Super Valu and the Killarney Heights Hotel take the 1st right turn (signposted) and continue for 300 meters under bridge, entrance on left.
- V93 HW56
- Republic of Ireland touring caravan sites
- Distance to Calais: (kms)
- Lat 52.05472 / Lon -9.47305
- Michelin map no.
- Buses go to: Killarney
- Daily public transport within 2 kms
- Nearest port: Dun Laoghaire (194 kms)
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