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Ross-Maine Area B&B Accommodation
Ross-Maine is the picturesque area on the Ring of Kerry from Rossbeigh to Castlemaine, a distance of some 19km. Ross-Maine forms the southern side of the River Maine estuary and looking north one can see Inch Beach and the beautiful mountains of the Dingle Peninsula. Ross Strand (right) and Inch Beach extend into the estuary like fingers, forming a natural barrier to the powers the Atlantic Ocean that provides a safe haven for all kinds of marine life and seabirds.
The area of Ross-Maine includes Castlemaine, Milltown, Killorglin, Glenbeigh and Rossbeigh, each with it's own personality and quirks. Bed and breakfast accommodation is available in many hotels, guesthouses and family homes along this route and can be booked directly with the owner from this site.
Glenbeigh is a delightful village set below the Seefin mountain, with a couple of hotels, a good selection of pubs and shops, and just 3km from the fantabulous Rossbeigh Strand. The strand, 6km long, has a fine sandy beach backed by high sanddunes, and is used for horse racing during the Glenbeigh festival.
Killorglin is a small but busy town, overlooked by Ireland's highest mountains, the Mac Gillycuddy Reeks, and is the gateway to the Iveragh Peninsula. It is home to the famous Puck Fair, probably the oldest festival in Ireland. There is a good selection of pubs, some fine restaurants and has its own sports centre open to non-members.
Milltown, a small thriving community in the heart of Kerry, is an ideal base to visit most of Kerry's attractions. With a good selection of pubs offering evening entertainment and some excellent food, visitors can relax and feel content after a hard day touring.
Castlemaine is not a large village and visitors will be surprised by the number of public houses in its few streets. It is the gateway to the Dingle Peninsula, and only a short drive to Inch Beach where scenes from "Ryans Daughter" were filmed. Castlemaine is celebrated in the song "The Wild Colonial Boy". The lyrics run "There was a wild colonial boy, Jack Duggan was his name, He was born and bred in Ireland in a place called Castlemaine."