You can acquire the Irish title «Lord of Kerry» by buying a small parcel of land to which this title is tied. Among other places, we own a plot of land in the Kerry County located in the southwest of Ireland.
County Kerry is a particularly popular travel destination for tourists in Ireland. Not quite as wild as the northwest with its steep, windswept cliffs, this county nevertheless offers an impressive coastline with large rocks, small bays and the azure Atlantic Ocean. The Ring of Kerry, a 170 kilometre long scenic road along the coast, links a number of significant sights. Ireland boasts breathtakingly beautiful nature and a culture rich in tradition, whose witnesses you will encounter all over the island. Some examples are the picturesque landscape around Killarney and Killarney National Park as well as numerous monuments from prehistoric times such as ring forts, alignments, stone circles, and menhirs but also monasteries and churches dating back to early Christianity.
For a large part of your journey down the Ring of Kerry, you will be able to enjoy the view of the sea and the ever-changing coast. The interior of the land is characterised by mountains, sheep pastures devoid of humans and romantic heath land. When the weather is nice, you can take a boat from Portmagee to the rocky island of Skellig Michael, where one of the oldest monasteries from early Christianity is located. A cloister built in a similar architectural style can also be found on the peninsula Dingle.
Furthermore, Kerry is also known to to be particularly proud of the ancient Gaelic language and culture. For this reason, life in Kerry is still closer to the traditional Irish lifestyle than it is in most areas. If you don’t think driving down the Ring of Kerry is the right option for you but would rather explore the island on foot, Kerry has a lot to offer for you. So if you decide to purchase this nobility title, not only do you become an honourable Lord but you are also connected with the people, culture, and tumultuous ancient history of this island. Of course, like all our nobility titles, the title Lord of Kerry is primarily about having fun and feeling special. There are no privileges tied to this title. The land you purchase with this title is too small to construct a building of any kind and the right of use remains with the original owners. But we assure you that you will love your title nonetheless!