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Crag Cave, Castleisland

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  • Called in to nose around. Decided to have a lunch there. Two roast lamb , Mash, carrots and broccoli with gravy and mint sauce , was our order. 2 very happy people left after eating very well prepared...  more »
  • Discovered only relatively recently and developed by the Geaney Family, this is an outstanding attraction for young and old. No visit to Kerry is complete without visiting Cragg Caves.  more »
  • Kid friendly with a huge play area. The staff are very knowledgeable and friendly. There's also a cute little bakery to order coffee, pastries, and snacks. It's reasonably priced in my opinion, but a ...  more »
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  • Very cool place! It is a biggest cave in Ireland. The excursion lasts about one hour and the guides are very well informed. Also, they really know how to interact with kids. We had a blast here!
  • My kids and I enjoyed the tour. The guide was friendly. There is a kids play area (indoor, with some outdoor equipment aswell) in the visitor centre. There is a charge for this. Kids enjoyed playing here, while I had coffee and watched them.
  • Well worth visiting. It's a good place to take kids because they have the crazy cave. It is a place where kids can stay and play. If you want there is a restaurant there and a shop there and finally there is the cave itself.
  • Beautiful to see and the guide was very knowledgeable making sure everyone heard him and when someone's kids were talking over him he was very patient and explained it twice in smaller groups. The cave was much smaller than I thought it was going to be, as I expected something like I've seen in England. The kids thought the cave was better than the softplay, which they found a bit rough, but I guess that's just down to the kids that were there on the day. The soft play was quite good, but small, but could do with some more staff around the equipment. It was packed and couldn't find a seat at first. There is extra seating upstairs which was fine for us but may be awkward with babies/toddlers. Stairs weren't gated and there was a few v. little ones up and down the stairs so the parents were constantly on the go. Snacks and drinks reasonably priced and tasted good. Gift shop was OK, but shame they didn't have much cave related.
  • If you have kids this is a nice place for them