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Enjoyed walking this fairy trail with our two granddaughters ages 3 and 7. We arrive around 4:00 pm and the visitors center was already closed even though the signs said open until 5:00 pm. We were still able to access the fairy trail even though...More
This is such a beautiful place to walk around.
It is free of charge.
Along by derrynane beach and house
Has a coffee shop.
The fairy trail is really nice and huge effort goes into keeping these fairy houses in imaculate condition.
In addition to...More
Wonderful experience for the families with small children. Our daughter was successfully convinced there are real faries living in this forrest, she left each one a gift and couldn't stop talking about them the following day. As an adult I could also feel like a...More
A fantastic spot for children and adults to explore with lots of interesting features both natural and man made. Trees with passages beneath, an old folly, neolithic passages, the beach, rare trees ..... stunning.
Such a beautiful & magical place, for both young and old! Get a map in the coffee shop at Derrynane House (leave a little donation!) and off you go ... the fairies have really put lots of effort into building a magical kingdom in these...More
A nice woodland made magical by the addition of cute little fairy houses. Everyone will have their own favourite fairy home and parents will have trouble keeping up with little fairy hunters looking for one they've missed. We easily spent over an hour here, but...More
Very nice experience. It's part of the Derrynane House Gardens - i.e. just go to the house, and you'll get a map of the Fairy Trails there. The Fairy Trail is free - i.e. you don't need to do a tour of the house to...More