"We have just returned from another fantastic stay at Doonbeg. It has been fantastic from start to finish. A heartfelt thanks to the wonderful staff who really make the experience here second to none, their warmth, friendliness and attention to detail makes this place very special. Trudy, thank you for looking after us and all of our bookings, you're a lady. This stay we dined twice at Trumps Bar, many thanks to Bogdan who is such a gentleman and looked after us so well. We thoroughly enjoyed dining here. We just love the atmosphere, peace and tranquility of the resort, the rooms are exceptional, spotless and so comfortable. The scenery and views are breathtaking. My husband enjoyed a round of golf and is highly complementary of the exceptional conditions of the course and the staff. We love the beach at doonbeg and also recommend a visit to the Kilkee cliffs / cliff walk." "The hotel is a beautiful looking structure & a nice setting. We attended for a wedding , on arrival not a sign to be seen as to where to go for the wedding. It was a guessing game. On entry eventually in the main door we made our way into the bar , no front of house staff even raised their heads or acknowledged us. In the bar it is a lovely setting , the bar staff , an older man with grey hair served us & was rude & unfriendly. The food we received was not great & very small portions. At the bar for the wedding they only have one white wine , no Pinot Grigio & only cork dry gin so no Choice ( extremely poor & over priced drink ). When I questioned about the wine , the same older barmen as earlier snapped at me that it was the wedding wine but still charged me for it. I’ve seen better tiolets in a 3 star hotel. Food was thrown out as quick as possible & no one came around such as a manger to check how everything was. The people on the table next to us were next to the door & were cold all night as the doors were opening & closing all night. I would not recommend this hotel as a guest of a wedding." "A must place to visit, dine, relax and play Golf. We had 20 Gents from all over the USA, and really enjoyed the whole experience. The rooms were spacious, the meals were delicious and the grounds and Golf course were in immaculate shape. Take plenty of pics as the scenery & breath taking views are spectacular.If playing golf the caddies were very knowledgable and personable to walk the course with."
"Property Location Located in Carran, Burren Bushcraft - Camping & Adventures is within a 15-minute drive of Burren Perfumery and Michael Cusack Centre. This farm stay is 8.2 mi (13.2 km) from Kilmacduagh and 8.2 mi (13.2 km) from Dunguaire Castle. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 5 guestrooms, featuring kitchens. Amenities Enjoy recreation amenities such as bicycles to rent or take in the view from a terrace. Additional features at this farm stay include wireless Internet access (surcharge), tour/ticket assistance, and a picnic area. Business, Other Amenities Free self parking is available onsite."
"The grounds, the location, the view, and the service were all excellent. Service was very attentive, from the front desk staff to the waitstaff in the restaurant. I needed a taxi to the Shannon airport, and the front desk staff made all the arrangements. (This was more complicated than it sounds due to needing a cab with a credit card reader.) The evening music in the bar/restaurant was fun, and the breakfast was very good, with lots of hot and cold options. I had a lovely view overlooking the river walk. My only complaint is that the room was very warm, and the windows opened only a crack. I realize air conditioning is rarely needed in Ireland, even in the summer, but either a fan or windows that open more would have been great." "what a lovely hotel is a very nice location. room was big although the style was a bit dated. nice view of the river and amazing outdoor jacuzzi complete with sauna and steam room. would definitely stay there again" "We ended up here because our previously scheduled hotel had to cancel our reservation. The outside of the hotel is lovely however the inside left little to be desired. It looks and feels like a retirement home and the scores of tour busses that pull up is unreal. The room was very sterile and lacked warmth. The building is an odd maze of hallways and ramps and just has a weird vibe. This place served a purpose but we were happy to leave. Of the 5 places we stayed this was our least favorite and wouldn’t return."
"After a late arrival to Shannon airport, Shannon Springs was ideal for us, just a few minutes' drive along the road. Very clean and comfortable, and friendly and helpful staff. The beds were very comfortable and had a good nights sleep." "Discovered this hotel a while back and always stay here now when in the region. Clean, friendly, comfortable, good food, excellent value for money and even a free courtesy taxi to and from the airport. Top of the class in every respect." "My wife and I stayed one night at Shannon Springs before our flight out to the US the next morning. We had a nice meal for dinner when we arrived and a very generous breakfast in the morning. Room was clean and comfortable. Very quiet at night. Would certainly recommend this hotel if staying in or near Shannon. Only 10 minutes or less to Shannon airport."
"In the centre of historic Ennis,Temple Gate Hotel features free WiFi and free parking, just 20 minutes' drive from Shannon Airport. Numerous shops and restaurants are close by.
The AA rosette-awarded Legends Restaurant offers a superb a la carte menu as well as specials every evening. The cosy Preacher’s Pub offers a full bar menu served from 12:30 until 21:00 daily, and hosts traditional Irish music.
Each room at Temple Gate Hotel features satellite TV. The hosts are friendly and welcoming.
Golf courses are within easy reach."
"With views over Doolin Bay, Glasha Meadows is a family-run B&B, just 3 minutes' drive from the village of Doolin. Established in 1990, the B&B offers home cooked breakfasts and spacious rooms with free WiFi.
The newly refurbished, luxury rooms at Glasha Meadows are all on the ground floor, and feature TVs and tea/coffee making facilities. Rooms also feature hairdryers and bathrooms with showers.
Each morning a varied breakfast is offered in the light and airy dining room.
Doolin has several pubs and is famous as a centre for traditional Irish music. It is also a favourite destination for surfers.
Located in the Burren region, The Cliffs of Moher are just a 10-minute drive away. Doolin Caves are 2 minutes' drive away and the Aran Islands can be reached by ferry from Doolin Harbour, 5 minutes' drive from the property. There are plenty of stunning countryside walking routes in the area."
"I had the pleasure of staying in the Rafisson Blu Hotel & Spa in Limerick on 1st October & it was that from beginning to end, a real pleasure. The hotel offers all the facilities you could want and the standards were excellent in every way. The whole atmosphere is warm and cosy. My room was spotlessly clean. The spa facilities are great and again, spotlessly clean & well maintained. There are lots of comfortable areas around the hotel to sit and relax. The Quench bar was a relaxing spot for a quiet drink or a catch-up & laugh with friends. Dinner in the Brasserie was very, very good and the breakfast buffet offered a full range of fresh juices, fruits, cereals, pastries and a complete cooked breakfast. From the first greeting on checking in at reception every number of staff I met was friendly, helpful and professional. Eimear in the Brasserie, stood out in particular. I found her to be very professional and extremely good at her job, but also very good natured and friendly with a great sense of humour. A perfect balance. Excellent stay in every way and couldn't recommend it highly enough. Joe Dublin" "I would like to thank the staff of the Radisson Blu Limerick and in Particular Sarah who made our wknd a very special one. I would highly recommend this hotel and in Particular for the fact it was very child friendly hotel with great facilities and amazing friendly and helpful staff. We will be coming back soon" "Because it is a self-driving tour, there is free parking, and it is convenient to get in and out. It is not a problem to stay away from the city center. After all, it is a brand hotel, all aspects are based on standards, so there is no problem."
"The Oakwood Arms hotel has a great location, in the heart of Shannon’s town centre, next to the Skycourt shopping centre and only 5 minutes’ drive from the airport.
The hotel makes an excellent base from which to explore all that the west of Ireland has to offer. Bunratty Castle and Folk Park are just a 15-minute drive away, while Ennis and Limerick are 20 minutes’ drive from the hotel and are also served by a frequent bus service. Free parking is available for guests.
The interior of the hotel boasts exposed oak beams, open fireplaces and soft lighting. All of the rooms are spacious and elegantly furnished with shower/baths, flat-screen TVs (with on-demand movies), voicemail telephones, hairdryers and tea/coffee making facilities.
There is an excellent choice of food in both the bar and restaurant. Sophie’s Lounge offers a daily carvery and a varied evening bar menu. The Pier 17 Restaurant offers international cuisine in a beautiful setting, with marble floors and Spanish crystal chandeliers. The hotel offers a choice of dining in either our Pier 17 restaurant or Sophie's Lounge.
The Pier 17 Restaurant serves a blend of Irish and international cuisine in a beautiful setting.
Sophie's Lounge offers a less formal alternative to enjoy the hotel's cuisine. You can choose from a daily carvery or a comprehensive bar menu."
"Lakeside Hotel & Leisure Centre has a stunning location on the banks of the River Shannon. It is 20 km from Limerick and Nenagh, and just off the N7.
The hotel, with its restaurant and bar, overlooks the linked towns of Ballina and Killaloe. Well-known sights include the 13-arch bridge and 13th-century cathedral. The towns offer access to the Shannon Waterway.
The Arra Mountains of North Tipperary and Mount Bernagh of Clare form the hotel’s setting.
The leisure centre has swimming pools, a hot tub and a 120-foot water slide. There is also a gym, sauna, steam room, aerobics studio and a supervised creche. Guests can use the leisure facilities for free. The hotel has some wheelchair-accessible bedrooms. Hairdryers, irons and ironing boards are available upon request. The restaurant offers elegant dining at affordable prices. A 4-course menu is available from 18:00 each evening.
Lakeside bar is a popular meeting point and has a relaxing atmosphere and spectacular views of the surrounding countryside. A morning snack menu is served from 10:00 until 12:30. The bar menu is served until 21:30 daily."
"We stayed at the Hyland Burren Hotel 2 nights and may I say it was more than enough. This hotel is not a luxury hotel as some other guests have imply, it is rather a modest hotel unfortunately charging the price of a 4 stars hotel in any city in Ireland. Our room was overlooking the car park (nothing wrong with that) just beside the kitchen where you could hear very loudly the fan extractor running practically all day and quite late at night. We requested another room and were giving another one on the ground floor, quite dark room but although we could still hear the extractor fan, the noise was more subtle. 150 Euros per night is a bit excessive especially when the room is beside the kitchen. Bedrooms furniture is cheap, only one ceiling light in the bathroom and the light above the wash hand basin was flicking. Even the communal parts of the hotel (2 separate rooms side by side with sofas) are lacking in cosiness. As for breakfast, it was nearly inedible: bacon was cremated, white pudding tasteless, poached egg not runny, not toast was on offer. Pity because the (homemade?) marmalade was good. We were supposed to have dinner but at the view of the poor breakfast we decided to cancel. If the chef is doing such a bad job on a piece of bacon, one wonder what he will do to a fish! Apparently, the owner is not around that much. I think he should, he needs to get around his hotel a bit more and make sure things are running smoothly and his guests are well catered for. Overall, a bad experience. Ballyvaughan is a nice, quiet, pretty seaside resort. We may come back but definitively will not stay at Hyland Burren hotel, unless the owner gets his act together and stop charging excessive price!" "Lovely hotel with comfortable bedrooms. Breakfast was very tasty and great selection of fruit and cereal as well as most enjoyable full Irish! Staff were wonderful....could not do enough. Will be back!" "Day out in Ballyvaughan staying in Hyland Hotel. Couple in 60’s
Hotel was lovely. A bit aged but that’s fine. Breakfast very poor… cold and eggs raw. Didn’t eat much if it."
The luxurious Muckross Park Hotel and Spa is located in Killarney's National Park. It offers elegant air-conditioned rooms, the AA Rosette winner Yew Tree Restaurant, and Major Colgan's Gastropub.The Spa is available to all residents in the hotel. The award-winning spa includes The Vitality Pool and Thermal Area, which guests over 18 can access complimentary. A range of treatments are available at a charge. The Spa recently won a World Luxury Award as Best International Spa 2011. The 14 m Vitality Pool features hot tub jets and thermal currents, and is only available to guests over 18.Deluxe, individually designed rooms have plush furnishings, bespoke furniture and luxurious fabrics. These spacious rooms feature a king-size bed, 24-hour room service, heated towel rail and soft towels, a drinks cooler, and a large private bathroom with bath and walk-in shower.Major Colgan's Gastropub has beamed ceilings, open fires and regular live Irish music. Cocktails are served in the chic Monks lounge with its deep leather couches and wood paneled walls.Killarney town is just 5 minutes’ away, and Lough Leane is a 10-minute walk away. The Atlantic coast can be reached in 30 minutes by car.
Myself and my family stayed here for one night so we didn't see all the facilities but we had a wonderful stay. We ordered an inter-connecting family room and it was huge! We had two very spacious, spotless bathrooms and very large bedrooms connected by an internal door. The beds were comfortable and the air-conditioning was very effective during the heat-wave. The breakfast was nice and the staff were all very pleasant. It was easy to park in the car park provided. I'd highly recommend a stay here.
My husband, myself and two other couples recently spent a fabulous two nights at The Victoria during our holiday tour of Ireland. During our nearly 3-week holiday we stayed in 10 different hotels around Ireland and Scotland and the Victoria House is at the top of the list. The property is beautiful, the rooms were immaculately clean, location is great, food is wonderful and the staff was amazing. Upon check-in, we were warmly greeted by Maura and she continued to charm, educate, and entertain us throughout our stay. She was kind, helpful, funny and all around lovely. She readily facilitated reservations and taxis when we needed them, taught us a little Gaelic, gave us tips on local establishments. She is a wonderful asset to the establishment. We also had breakfast in the hotel both mornings and it was delicious--among the best Irish breakfasts we enjoyed during our time in Ireland. Fresh and tasty. The brown bread was wonderful, black pudding delicious and the servers were just lovely. Friendly, funny and helpful. We also enjoyed dinner in the restaurant one evening and it was delicious as well. Our server there was great as well. The bar staff was superb too, always friendly and happy to meet our requests. The amenities of the hotel were also lovely, we enjoyed relaxing in the 2nd floor lounge area together after our days of touring. The overall location was great, we took a lovely walk back from the Muckross House one of our days there and enjoyed the National Park and its lovely scenery. Overall, we have only positive things to say about our stay at the Victoria and that doesn't always happen while traveling. If we are ever blessed enough to find ourselves back in beautiful Kilarney we would choose to stay here again. Thank to everyone, especially Maura.
Located in Portmagee, Seagull Cottage Bed and Breakfast is in a rural location, a 3-minute drive from Skellig Experience Centre and 8 minutes from Bray Head Loop Walk. This bed & breakfast is 3.7 mi (6 km) from St. Brendan's Well and 4 mi (6.4 km) from Hillside Haven Pet Farm.A continental breakfast is available daily.Free self parking is available onsite.Stay in one of 3guest rooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms with showers are provided.
Located in Dingle, in County Kerry, Milltown House Dingle offers en suite accommodation, free Wi-Fi and free private parking. This property benefits from a stunning location overlooking Dingle Bay.All the rooms at Milltown House Dingle feature a seating area and tea/coffee making facilities. The en suites bathrooms include complimentary toiletries.Room service is available to guests, as well as a garden. Laundry facilities are also available at a surcharge.The town centre is just over 1km away, and offers a variety of shops, pubs and restaurants. Oceanworld Aquarium is just a mere 10 minutes’ stroll away. The picturesque town of Killarney is 1 hour drive away. The Dingle Peninsula is well known for its rugged beauty and cultural heritage.
A beautiful, spacious home overlooking Smerwick Harbour, Imeall na Mara offers a warm County Kerry welcome. In a prime location along the renowned Dingle Way walking route, the bed and breakfast is particularly accommodating to walkers and outdoor enthusiasts, providing packed lunches for day trips. Just 11km from Dingle town, guests can enjoy lively pubs, great food, stunning beaches and fascinating historical sites such as the Blasket Islands.
The Kells Bay House and Gardens provides a great place for travelers to relax after a busy day. Visitors to Kerry will find that the Kells Bay House and Gardens is a fantastic accommodation choice. The hotel is approximately 51km away from Kerry Airport. Kerry Airport is approximately 51km away by road. Famous local attractions Kells Bay House and Gardens and Kells Sheep Centre, can both be reached with a short walk. In their spare time, guests can explore the hotel's surroundings. This Kerry hotel provides parking on site. There's never a dull moment at this hotel, our guests indicate that the facilities are excellent.
The Kingstons Townhouse is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. The Kingstons Townhouse is an ideal choice for travelers who want to take in the sights and sounds of Kerry. The hotel is 22km from Killarney Railway Station and 23km from Kerry Airport. The nearby area boasts an abundance of attractions including Pauline Bewick - Kerry Collection, The Diaspora and Wilma's Cheese Factory. After a long day of sightseeing, guests can retire to the comfort of the hotel. For those driving themselves, parking is provided on site. According to our trusted guests, the facilities at this hotel are first-rate.
Dating back to 1860, the family-run Larkin's B&B offers a traditional Irish pub and restaurant, along with free Wi-Fi. Situated in the centre of Milltown, it is 10 minutes’ drive from the Lakes of Killarney.The spacious rooms feature a TV and tea and coffee making facilities. The rooms also offer an en suite bathroom and a hairdryer.Featuring stained-glass windows, the authentic Irish pub boasts a widescreen TV, which is used for sporting events. Larkin’s lunch and evening menus offer traditional Kerry favourites. Dishes are freshly prepared using locally sourced produce and served in the family-friendly lounge area.Milltown is nestled between the McGillycuddy Reeks and the Slieve Mish Mountains. It is a gateway to the Ring of Kerry and the Dingle Peninsula. The large town of Tralee is just 20 minutes’ north of Larkin’s B&B. Kerry Airport is 15 km away and has flights to Dublin, London, and Frankfurt in Germany.
Set in over 6 acres of gardens and woodland, Ballyroe Heights Hotel offers free Wi-Fi, modern en suite rooms and impressive views across the Sliabh Mish Mountains and Tralee Bay.Ballyroe Heights is just 10 minutes’ drive from Tralee Golf Club, and is centrally located for exploring the Ring of Kerry and Dingle Peninsula.Ballyroe is on the outskirts of Tralee town, which is home to the Aqua Dome Waterworld, Siamsa Tíre and Kerry County Museum.The contemporary bedrooms boast beautifully crafted walnut wood and leather furniture. Each offers a flat-screen satellite TV, high-power hairdryer, and tea/coffee making facilities. Some wheelchair accessible rooms are available for those with mobility issues.Overlooking the extensive grounds, the Palace Bar and Bistro offers diners delicious fresh food. Dishes are prepared using locally sourced produce.
Property Location With a stay at Wild Atlantic Way Apartments Killarney in Killarney, you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Lissyvigeen Circle and Killarney Methodist Church. This apartment is 10.1 mi (16.2 km) from Gap of Dunloe and 1 mi (1.7 km) from Killarney House Gardens. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 2 guestrooms, featuring kitchens with refrigerators and ovens. Cable television is provided for your entertainment. Conveniences include electric kettles, housekeeping is provided on a limited basis, and microwaves can be requested. Business, Other Amenities Free self parking is available onsite.
Property Location Located in Ballybunion, McMunn's is minutes from Ballybunion Castle and Ladies Beach. This inn is within close proximity of Men's Beach and Ballybunion Golf Club. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 8 guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms with showers are provided. Conveniences include phones and blackout drapes/curtains, and housekeeping is provided daily. Amenities Take in the views from a terrace and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access. Dining Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at the bar/lounge. A complimentary full breakfast is served daily from 7:30 AM to 10 AM.
Relax in 4-star luxury at Birchwood, County Kerry. Family-run and nestled on 1.5 acres of beautiful landscape, host Mary MacDonnell has a long-standing reputation of excellent hospitality and looks forward to welcoming guests. In a tranquil rural setting just 1km outside Kilgarvan village, guests can enjoy a varied breakfast menu that includes delicious home produce, take on the Beara-Kilgarvan cycling route, fish in the River Roughty and see classic cars on display at Kilgarvan Motor Museum. Guests can enjoy complimentary coffee/tea on arrival.
The Alaind Lodges is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. The Alaind Lodges offers a pleasant stay in Kerry for those traveling for business or leisure. In terms of transportation, Kerry Airport is approximately 63km away. The nearest airport is Kerry Airport, approximately 63km from the hotel. With Blueberry Hill Farm Sneem, Kerry Geopark and Charles de Gaulle Memorial all within a short distance, there is no shortage of things to do in the area. After a long day of sightseeing, guests can retire to the comfort of the hotel. For those driving themselves, parking is provided on site. When it comes to Kerry hotels, the Alaind Lodges is highly regarded for its excellent facilities.
The Waterfront provides a great place for travelers to relax after a busy day. Visitors to Dingle will find that the Waterfront is a fantastic accommodation choice. With Dingle Marina Dive Centre, Dingle Darkroom and Dingle Sailing Club all within a short distance, there is no shortage of things to do in the area. This hotel makes a great place to kick back and relax after a long day of sightseeing. Guests of this Dingle hotel can make use of the parking facilities. When it comes to Dingle hotels, the The Waterfront is highly regarded for its excellent facilities.