Killarney Park Hotel
Ring of Kerry, Cork, Kerry and the South, Ireland
At a Glance
Located right on the edge of Killarney National Park
Walking distance to the charming town of Killarney
Enjoy the warming site of a real log fire lit throughout the year
Large lap swimming pool and spa with an outdoor hot tub
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It is very difficult to predict the weather in Ireland - in the summer from May to late September is generally seen as the most pleasant time to visit. Rainfall is difficult to predict - but Ireland does not receive as much as many are led to believe! In the winters, temperatures do fall, but there is nothing better than finding a remote pub with a roaring fire to sit beside after a long walk in the country.
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Killarney Park Hotel is set right on the edge of Killarney National Park and also within a very short walk of the town of Killarney. You therefore have everything you could need right on your door step.
Killarney Park Hotel is a cosy and comfortable hotel with lovely views out across the gardens and the beautiful Killarney National Park. The hotel offers the perfect location from which to explore the National Park by bicycle or by hiking. You can then head in to the lively town of Killarney to have a look at a variety of shops and there are also a number of good old Irish pubs where you can enjoy a drink.
The hotel is designed in a traditional fashion with fireplaces to welcome you in almost all of the 80 rooms. The rooms are all spacious and there are also a number of interconnecting options which work perfectly for families. All rooms also have a separate bath and shower in the generously sized bathrooms.
The spa at Killarney Park Hotel is a generous size with a number of treatment rooms where you can choose from an extensive list of rejuvenating and relaxing treatments. There is also a 20 metre swimming pool, sauna, Jacuzzi and outdoor hot tub. Furthermore, there is also a good sized gym if you wanted burn off some steam.
The hotel is designed in a traditional fashion with fireplaces to welcome you in almost all of the 67 rooms. The rooms are all spacious and there are also a number of interconnecting options which work perfectly for families. All rooms also have a separate bath and shower in the generously sized bathrooms.
The Junior Suites measure 45 sq m and feature an open plan living room with beautiful views over the hotel gardens or Killarney town.
There are two restaurants at the hotel, the fine dining Park Restaurant where you can enjoy delicious locally sourced food in elegance. For a more relaxed meal or lunch, there is the Garden Bar. A new addition is an outdoor terrace area off the Garden Bar, so you can sit in the sun. You can also enjoy afternoon tea in the drawing room.
Haile Brant (Staff)
This hotel has an ideal location in the centre of town and has an extremely welcoming atmosphere. During your stay make sure you visit the Whiskey Tasting Room and the popular Park Restaurant. If in search of relaxation, head down to the large lap pool featured in the leisure area. Accompanying the lovely pool is an outdoor jacuzzi, a small plunge pool, an indoor jacuzzi, a sauna to warm your tired muscles and even a steam room. A small fitness studio is also a great way for guests to keep their routine and ensure wellness even while on holiday. When its time to retire for the evening, be met with chic and modern dcor in your room that focuses on clean lines and beautiful minimalism with a touch of 1920s flair. The claw foot tub in the bathroom was the perfect ending to a beautiful day exploring the incredible Torc Waterfalls and Killarney National Park.
Milly Walker (Staff)
Killarney Park Hotel is a charming hotel set just on the edge of the national park and a short walk from the town centre. The rooms are really spacious and comfortable and it works well for a few nights as part of a longer trip around Ireland.
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Location & directions
Ring of Kerry, Cork, Kerry and the South, Ireland
Killarney Park Hotel is situated just on the edge of the Killarney National Park and the town of Killarney itself.
How to get there
Killarney Park Hotel is located approximately a 1-hour drive from Cork Airport.
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