The Killarney Park
Hotel in Killarney  
The Killarney Park The Killarney Park
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Historic Hotel

The hotel offers some magnificent Historical and cultural sightseeing, such as Muckross House & Gardens, Muckross Traditional Farms and the Ross Castle.
 
The Lake Hotel
Hotel in Killarney  
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Next to Killarney National Park and overlooking Lake Leane is The Lake Hotel, a 4-star accommodation for those visiting Kerry, Ireland. There are 5 different room types to choose from, as well as 3 different suite types, most with gorgeous lake views. There are a multitude of dining experiences available at The Lake Hotel. The Castlelough Restaurant has been awarded two AA Rosettes and serves food from Chef Noel Enright. For a more casual experience, The Lakeside Bistro is open throughout the day and serves laid-back food. When you crave craft beers and original cocktails, you can head over to The Devils Punchbowl Bar. There are even private dining and lounge options for those who wish for it. Staff at The Lake Hotel can also help you arrange countless activities in the area, including mountain climbing, horseback riding, fishing, surfing, golfing, and more.

Historic Hotel

 


Haunted Hotel

The Lake Hotel was built in 1820 and is said to be haunted by Donal McCarthy Mor, the founder of Muckross Abbey which is near the hotel. McCarthy was a ferocious and heartless warrior and his ghost has been sighted in the hotel's bar, overlooking Lough Leane. Another ghost that has been reported wandering around the hotel is that of a young girl from the 19th century, although her story and reasons for haunting the premises still remain unknown.


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Arbutus Hotel
Hotel in Killarney  
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Historic Hotel

In the heart of Killarney since 1926, the hotel is well known for its friendly staff, its relaxed atmosphere and its great location.
 
Great Southern Killarney
Hotel in Killarney  
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Historic Hotel

The Malton originally opened as The Railway Hotel in 1854 and later it became The Great Southern Hotel in the early 1900’s.
 
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