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Ashville House

Rock Road, Killarney
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This inviting house is just a stroll from the town centre and near the N22 (Tralee road). Bedrooms are comfortably furnished, and there is a pleasant sitting room and dining room. There is a private car park, and tours can be arranged.

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Ballyseede Castle

Tralee
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Located within minutes of Tralee town, Ballyseede Castle is steeped in history dating back to 1590 and has been fought over, lived in and lovingly restored to a high standard which still pays homage to its ancient grandeur. The spacious bedrooms are elegantly decorated; some have four-poster beds and antique furnishings. There are gracious receptions rooms with original ornamental cornices and marble fireplaces, a carved oak library, a cosy bar and a splendid banqueting hall. The castle stands in its own grounds at the end of a winding drive through formal gardens and natural woodland. All-day dining is available in the atmospheric Pappy's Bar, with more formal evening dining in the award winning O'Connell Room. The Castle is noted for the quality of its wedding celebrations and other family events.

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Cahernane House Hotel

Muckross Road, Killarney
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Situated on the edge of Killarney National Park, this boutique hotel dates from 1877 and is just ten minutes' walk from Killarney town. Bedrooms, of which 12 are in the original house, are all spacious and well appointed, having been recently refurbished. Some Garden wing rooms feature terraces. There is an air of relaxation and peacefulness at Cahernane, where the public rooms retain the charm and many original features of the era, with log fires burning adding to the atmosphere. Dinner in the award winning Herbert Room is a real treat, featuring seasonal and local ingredients cooked with flair.

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Carrig Country House

Caragh Lake, Killorglin
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Located on the shores of Lake Caragh a short drive from Killorglin, amid natural green woodlands, this family-run house is the perfect retreat for a relaxing break. There is a range of room styles on offer, with some having lake views. Each is decorated to a high standard, with guest comfort in mind. Public rooms include elegant drawing rooms and cosy nooks. There is a true passion for food in evidence at dinner, where local seafood and seasonal produce is cooked and presented with care in the Lakeshore Restaurant. With over fifteen golf courses and a range of other outdoor pursuits available, there is something to suit all tastes.

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Castlerosse Hotel and Golf Resort

Killorglin Road, Killarney, Co. Kerry
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This hotel is situated on 6,000 acres overlooking the Lakes of Killarney with the Magillycuddy Mountains as a backdrop. At times guests may be able to spot deer in Killarney National Park. Bedrooms and junior suites are well appointed and comfortable. There is live entertainment most nights in Mulligan's pub. Leisure facilities include a 9-hole parkland golf course, tennis courts, a leisure centre and treatment rooms.

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Castlewood House

The Wood, Dingle, Co Kerry
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Less than a ten minute stroll from the bustling centre of Dingle, Castlewood House is the perfect place to park the car and take in all of the delights the town has to offer. Quality standards exceed the expectations of many a hotel, but it is the personal care that proprietors Helen & Brian take in their gusts that really impresses here. Bedrooms are wonderfully spacious and well-appointed and accessed by elevator, however breakfast is the real highlight here; so many options are available that choosing is a real difficulty. The drawing room is a great place to relax after a day’s walking and planning the next day’s activities.

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Dingle Skellig Hotel

Dingle
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This modern hotel, close to the town, overlooks Dingle Bay and has spectacular views from many of the comfortably furnished bedrooms and suites. Public areas offer a spacious bar and lounge and a bright, airy restaurant. There are extensive health and leisure facilities, and many family activities are organised in the Fungi Kids Club.

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Fairview Guest House

College Street
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This smart guest house is situated in the town centre and close to the bus/railway station. Great attention to detail has been taken in the furnishing and design of the property. Bedrooms come in a range of types including some with air conditioning and jacuzzi baths. They all ensure guest comfort with quality furnishings and fittings. There is a lift to all floors, and the impressive penthouse suite enjoys views over the town towards the Kerry mountains. There is a relaxing guest sitting area and the breakfast menu offers a selection of dishes cooked to order. Local activities and excursions include lake cruises, championship golf courses and the Killarney National Park.

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Foleys Townhouse Guesthouse

22 High Street
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Charming, individually-designed bedrooms are a feature of this well-established town house right in the centre of the town. Bedrooms are all well appointed and decorated with elegance. A warm welcome is assured at this property, which is family-owned and run by Carol Hartnett who is also the chef in the adjoining popular bar and restaurant that specialises in seafood. There is a relaxing first-floor lounge reserved for guests, together with secure off-street parking to the rear.

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Kingfisher Lodge

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This welcoming, modern guest house is home to the Carroll family. It is situated within walking distance of the town centre, and has comfortable and well-appointed bedrooms, all of which are en suite. A delicious breakfast is served in the attractively decorated dining room and there is also a relaxing lounge and conservatory with WiFi. A drying room is available for fishing and wet gear. Golf, walking and fishing trips can be arranged. There is ample parking, and complimentary pick-up from the bus and train station are offered.

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Muxnaw Lodge

Castletownbere Road, Kenmare
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Located on the Castletownbere Road, within easy walking distance of Kenmare Town, this warm and friendly house is a former hunting lodge dating from the early 19th century. It is set on an elevated site in mature gardens. Bedrooms and en suites are individually decorated, with some enjoying views of the Kenmare River. The guest lounge retains much of its original character, in addition to the bright and airy sun room. Ample parking available to the rear.

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