Glenbeigh Festival and Races - Glenbeigh, County Kerry

Location: Glenbeigh,County Kerry

Time of Year: August

Contact Email: info@glenbeighfestival.com

The Glenbeigh Races were first held on Rossbeigh Strand in 1924.In 1996 the Glenbeigh Races were resurrected.The races have grown from the initial one day event to become a two day meeting. Glenbeigh Races is now one of the biggest race meetings on the Horse and Pony Racing Calendar.



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Forest View, B&B

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Season: Easter - 31st October    Occupancy: Bed and Breakfast

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