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Killarney/Kenmare as a day-trip base

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We're planning the details of a 19 day Ireland/Scotland trip in July 2017. I'm not ready yet for big-picture itinerary questions yet (those will come!) as I'm still working on some of the details. The question is this: Would Killarney or Kenmare be considered a good base for a, say, 3-night stay to see the Kerry area attractions. This would include a day trip to Dingle rather than staying there. The thinking is that we'd rather stay in one place longer as opposed to breaking it up into separate 2-night and 1-night stays. Or does Dingle really warrant it's own stay? If not, does Killarney or Kenmare make more sense? If the bigger picture helps with the question at all, we're thinking about a loop from Dublin to Kilkenny to Killarney/Kenmare/Dingle to Ennis or Galway and back to Dublin. Thanks in advance.

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