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First timers in Ireland

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It is our first time to Ireland and we are really excited.
I am meeting my 20 year old daughter in Dublin mid April and I shall be renting a car. We plan to head down to Kenmare, Co. Kerry for a few days where I have found a lovely cottage to rent in town. We shall head back to Dublin for the weekend as we are meeting up with my son (22 years old). My daughter will unfortunately leave us and I shall be taking my son back down to Kenmare. We shall use this are as our home base for 5 nights.

2 nights - Kenmare (daughter)
2/3 nights Dublin (son & daughter)
5 nights - Kenmare

I enjoy driving and we are all looking for fun pub nights, beautiful country sides, warm people and memorable traditional Irish experiences.

We welcome all and any advise.
Thanks in advance.

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