Hotels in Kerry, Ireland

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Hotels in Kerry, Ireland

Located in the south west of Ireland the beautiful county of Kerry has two contrasting terrains. Home to Ireland's hightest mountain, the southern part is made up of the three large hilly peninsulas of Beara, Iveragh and Dingle. The beautiful district of Killarney is made up of glens, lakes and mountains. Kerry is well-known for it's excellent angling waters and climbing. A trip around the coastal, rugged 40 mile 'ring of Kerry' should not be missed!


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Virginia's Guesthouse

Kenmare, Co. Kerry


Located in the heart of Kenmare town, Virginia's Guesthouse is a small. well appointed family run establishment. Recently renovated and with Mulcahey's Restaurant on the ground floor, the guesthouse provides spacious and comfortable accommodation and fine dining; all under one roof. Shopping, pubs, restaurants, historical site and beautiful scenery are all easily reachable from Virginia's Guesthouse.

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Abbey Gate Hotel

Tralee, Co. Kerry


Located in the heart of Tralee Town, the Abbey Gate is attractively and elegantly decorated in classical style, offering the highest standards of comfort with friendly servide. The Old Market Place Pub with it's open fireplaces captures a cosy Irish traditional atmosphere. Fresh local produce is prepared with flair and imagination to bring you a wide selection of Irish and Continental dishes in the Vineyard Restaurant.

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Brandon Hotel

Tralee, Co. Kerry


The Brandon Hotel, furnished in classically elegant style offers bedrooms with bath/shower, telephone, radio, tv and hair dryer. Leisure centre features swimming pool, sauna, steamroom and gym. Galleon restaurant offers an excellent variety of food.

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Derrynane Hotel

Kerry


Amidst the most spectacular scenery in Ireland, halfway round the famous Ring of Kerry (on the N70) lies the Derrynane 3 Star Hotel with 75 en suite bedrooms.Facilities include 15m outdoor heated pool, steamroom, sauna, gym and tennis court. The hotel is surrounded by beautiful rolling hills with lovely walks at Derrynane House and The National Park.The magnificent beaches locally are noted for their tranquility and cleanliness and have to be seen to be believed. Deep sea angling, lake fishing, golf, horseriding, seasports, boat trips to Skellig Rock all within a short distance. A newly published hotel walking guide to the area is availablle at reception.

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Dingle Skellig Hotel

Kerry


Renowned hotel, 116 Rooms With Bath/Shower and Toilet situated on the beautiful harbour of Dingle Bay. Luxurious leisure club & pool; jacuzzi, geyser pool, children's pool, steamroom, gymnasium. Ki-massage, reflexology & aromatherapy. Fungi Kids Club and Creche available weekends and holidays. Excellent cuisine specialising in locally caught seafood. Established conference & banqueting centre with stunning views for up to 250 people. Reduced green fees & guaranteed tee times (including weekends) at Ceann Sibeal. The Hotel is the ideal base from which to explore the wonderful attractions of this beautiful corner of Ireland.The spectacular coastal drive around Slea Head is an unforgettable experience with unparalleled views of the Blasket Islands.

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Doyles Seafood Bar

Kerry


Eight bedrooms all generous in size, warm with comfortable furniture, full bathroom attached, direct dial telephone and TV. Doyle's is the last word in food and their reputation for seafood in particular is legendary. The restaurant decor is traditional, it has an old range, sugan chairs, kitchen tables. Natural stone and wood combined give Doyle's a cosy country atmosphere. Lobster the house speciality, is chosen from a tank in the bar. The menu consists only of fresh food and is chosen on a daily basis from the fish landed by the Dingle boats.

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Kenmare Bay Hotel

Kerry


The Kenmare Bay Hotel is a modern comfortable hotel with 136 spacious ensuite guestrooms and set on spacious landscaped gardens with panoramic views of the surrounding countryside just a short walk from the bustle of Kenmare town. Dating from the year 1775, Kenmare offers many historical sights, including the Stone Circle, Local Heritage Museum and the Heritage Trail Walk. Ideal for touring, being only half an hour's drive from the Lakes of Killarney, the famous Ring of Kerry and the Beara Peninsula.

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