New Year, New Stuff – January 2016


Hi there, I hope you are well and had a good break!

It’s a new year and we have some new stuff going on at Killarney Guide. Before we get into that, a special hello to all the new subscribers to Killarney Guide! Welcome and thanks for joining us.

We have some new posts on the website to give you some ideas to get out and about around Killarney. It may be a bit chilly and damp around this time of year but we have two places that are situated on high ground so flooding should not be an issue!

At the end of last year, some people were asking if there were any Killarney t-shirts available. You can get your hands on a “Killarney Rocks” T-Shirt or Hoodie by clicking below. The shirts are printed by Teespring, which will only print the tshirts if enough people pledge to buy them. Think of it as a Kickstarter for t-shirts. Right now, only 2 more orders are needed to guarantee a print run. So if you like the look of it, you can get them here.

Next month we will have a great competition so stay tuned for that. If you are on Facebook or Twitter, watch out for updates there – the links to follow are at the bottom of this email.

Thanks for reading this far and for all the support. If you have any suggestions or comments, just reply to this email.

Donal,
Killarney Guide

Killegy Chapel and Graveyard lies just off the busy Ring of Kerry Road in Killarney National Park. Enclosed within a circle of trees on a low hill is the ruins of a chapel and a magnificent Celtic Cross.

 

T-Shirt/Hoodie
Killarney Rocks

Due to (sort of) popular demand, you can now get this cool ‘Killarney Rocks’ t-shirt or hoodie. An outline of the McGillycuddy Reeks as seen from Killarney forms the backdrop of the design.

Available as a regular t-shirt, Hoodie or Ladies tee and in a variety of colours from Teespring. Just 2 more orders will make this campaign go live!!

 

New Post
Parkavonear Castle

Parkavonear is a 13th century Norman castle that overlooks Killarney National Park from a stunning location in Aghadoe. No fear of any flooding at this location! When you are in Aghadoe for the panoramic views, stay and wander through the ruins of Parkavonear and the nearby ruins of a Round Tower and ancient Cathedral.

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