If you’re looking to bring the family together for a big birthday, anniversary or other special occasion, the Reeks District is the ideal place. Here are our top 5 tips on how to make your next family gathering even more memorable.
Notes from the Reeks
After a long stint abroad, Fiola Foley, 40, returned to her hometown of Killorglin where she now works as Global PR Manager at komoot, a leading route planning and navigation app. Here she tells us about how she’s finding life in the Reeks District. After somewhat a nomadic existence and two decades worth of living… Read more
Civil servant Michael Moore, 49, and his wife Gerri decided to take advantage of a scheme to decentralise Irish government, leaving the capital Dublin to set up a new home in the Reeks District in 2007. They now live in Killorglin with their young family Ciara, 8, and Oisín, 6. Here he tells us about… Read more
Shalini Mahajan, 28, left India to study in Dublin before moving to the Reeks District and taking up a position as a Business Intelligence Developer for Fexco. Here she tells us about her new life in the Reeks District When Shalini Mahajan made the move to the Reeks District, the one thing she didn’t expect… Read more
Kelvin Carvalho, 46, relocated to the Reeks District in 2017 with his wife, Neelam, and 16-year-old twin daughters, Iris & Emily. He works as a software engineer for Fexco and tells us here about his new life in the Reeks District. When Kelvin Carvalho decided to uproot his family to exchange their native India for… Read more
Gabi Jakelyte, owner of Gabi Bakes Cakes, has come a long way since she used to hang on to the apron strings of her grandmother in the family kitchen in her native Lithuania. Now she makes some of the most amazing confectionary creations in County Kerry… Here she tells us about her new life in… Read more
Jennifer Long of Inveraray Farm, a family-run B&B located just off the Ring of Kerry, chooses her five best things to do in Beaufort. The B&B has amazing views of the Gap of Dunloe, as well as the MacGillycuddy’s Reeks to the south and Lough Leane and Killarney National Park to the east. Take the… Read more
The leaves may be turning from green to gold as the sun sets on summer, but there are still loads of things to do in autumn in the Reeks District. Here’s our pick of five of the best. Get a taste of the sea at Cromane SeaFest In its first year for 2019, Cromane SeaFest… Read more
For us, the Reeks District initiative is about more than just showcasing our amazing natural amenities to visitors. It’s about encouraging all of us who live and work here to get outdoors and value what we have.
We love getting to know the people of the Reeks District! Here’s our first Foodie Q&A, this one with Jonathan Keary, Head Chef at Jack’s Coastguard Restaurant in Cromane.