Cheap Hotels in Kenmare
Situated just of the main street in the heart of Kenmare, this comfortable hotel is only a 5-minute walk from the main square and the excellent selection of restaurants, pubs and craft shops for which the city is famous. The quiet location of the venue will shield its guests from the noise of the area. Fans of the fairway will be within 5-minute drive from the nearest course and those who are looking for an exciting time outdoor will be at the same distance from the tourist route of Ring of Kerry. After a fun-packed day guests can treat themselves with a relaxing procedure in the spa and wellness centre or enjoy a swim in the indoor pool. Afterwards they can head to the onsite restaurant for a delicious meal, prepared by using the finest local produce. The bar serves a wide selection of drinks and an all-day menu, and the outdoor seating area is ideal for those warm evenings.
This bed and breakfast boasts a stunning setting in Kerry, lying just 3 km away from the lively town of Kenmare. Guests will find themselves surrounded by the rugged beauty for which the West of Ireland is renowned. The bed and breakfast affords guests the ideal base from which to tour the magnificent ring of Kerry. This charming hotel lies within easy access of traditional pubs, attractions, shops and restaurants. This charming bed and breakfast extends a warm, friendly welcome to guests upon arrival. The guest rooms are tastefully designed, offering comfort and classical style in a peaceful setting. Guests can enjoy a delightful breakfast in the mornings, for a great start to the day.
The hotel cultivates an image of grand opulence. Antiques are everywhere and the ambience is refined. The hotel now has its own 18-hole golf course. A member of small luxury hotels of the world. (LD 03/03) The hotel was built in 1897 and is an imposing and splendid grey gothic-style manor.
An impressive, modern 4-star guesthouse overlooking idyllic Kenmare Bay, Shaminir is a tranquil retreat in exceptional surroundings. Perfect for tours of the Beara Peninsula, Dingle town and peninsula and the magnificent Ring of Kerry, guests can’t fail to be awed by the supreme County Kerry landscape. With delicious breakfasts, including sumptuous smoked salmon, exquisite antiques to admire throughout the house and fabulous panoramas, guests will have a truly relaxing stay. Fishing, boat trips, nature walks, golf and welcoming pubs are all nearby, allowing visitors to experience real Irish culture.
River Meadows Hotel
This delightful bed and breakfast lies amidst a spectacular mountain and woodland landscape in Kenmare. The property is located just a 40 minutes' driving distance away from the picturesque town of Killarney, where a number of attractions, as well as many shopping and dining opportunities, await. The property is surrounded by ample opportunities for exploration and discovery, in the sublime, Irish countryside. This property enjoys a wonderful design, beautifully epitomising traditional, Irish charm. The guest rooms are light and airy, offering comfort and convenience. Guests can enjoy a wonderful breakfast in the garden room, while admiring stunning views over the garden and the surrounding countryside.
Kenmare House Hotel
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Avelow House Hotel
Just a three-minute walk from idyllic Kenmare, Avelow House is a friendly, family-run home in the heart of stunning County Kerry. Ideally placed along the Ring of Kerry and popular Kerry Way walking route, guests can enjoy the best of the great outdoors. With delicious breakfasts, secure private parking and a pretty garden area, guests can enjoy a relaxing stay. The heritage town of Kenmare boasts award-winning restaurants, lively pubs, great golf courses and breathtaking scenery. The perfect place to embrace the rugged Kerry landscape.
Oldchurch House Hotel
4-star awarded Oldchurch House is a modern purpose-built bed and breakfast, overlooking County Kerry’s magnificent mountains. A leisurely 10-minute walk from the vibrant town of Kenmare, host Helen McGonigle provides a relaxing atmosphere and a genuine welcome for guests seeking a peaceful getaway. With secure private parking, a serene patio and a spacious garden that adjoins Kenmare Golf Club’s 18-hole course, guests can completely unwind. For tours of the Ring of Kerry, information on water sports, pony trekking or fishing, host Helen gladly assists in the arranging of activities.
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White Heather Farm Hotel
Nestled on 100 acres of luscious farmland, enjoy stunning views of County Kerry’s majestic mountains and the buzz of life on a working farm at White Heather Farm. The Lovett family have been welcoming guests for more than 30 years, treating them to orthopaedic beds, indulgent breakfasts and great local knowledge. Ideal for tours of the Ring of Kerry, Beara Peninsula and Bonane Heritage Park, the picturesque town of Kenmare is also 4km away. Guests can enjoy gourmet restaurants, vibrant pubs and a wealth of outdoor activities. Farmstay Experience There is always something to do on the farm; with the vegetables being sown in spring and silage cutting during the summer months. Guests can take a stroll around the farm and see the vegetable garden and the orchard, they can even visit the hens to collect eggs. Guests may also have a stroll on the mountain at the back of the farm and if they are feeling very adventurous guests are welcome to go for a swim on the river Sheen which flows through the farm!
Hotels in Kenmare
The North Atlantic Ocean laps at the shores of this beautiful little town which is situated at the head of the Kenmare Bay in the southwest of Ireland. Book a Kenmare Hotel with us and discover the quaint, unspoiled charm and stunning scenery of this emerald gem.
Arts and culture
Ever since a lace-making industry was established in 1864, Kenmare lace has become world-renowned. Visit the Kenmare Lace and Design Centre and learn how this crafty enterprise was started by nuns in 1861 and still thrives to this day.
On the Beara Peninsula, half way between Kenmare and Glangarriff you'll find, Molly Gallivan's Cottage and Traditional Farm where the simplicity of rural Irish life before the days of electricity has been preserved.
Horse rearing has long been something of a national obsession in Ireland and near Kenmare you'll have the opportunity to get up close to one of our fine fetlocked friends and even get in the saddle, ready for a trek. SSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTIONs at Dromquinna, along the bay, and Blackwater, less than 10 miles north west, offer the chance to ride one of these splendid creatures, anything from a pony for a child to a larger steed for an adult. The area around Kenmare gives you plenty of scope for scenic treks, whether along the beach or along winding country paths.
Eating and drinking in Kenmare
Mulcahy's Wild Garlic Restaurant offers a fabulous 'foodie' experience and is noted for its friendly service and atmosphere.
Winner of the Irish Restaurant Award, Packie's uses organic ingredients and "fresh, fresh, fresh, fish and shellfish". The restaurant is known for its genuine, cheerful service.
Perfect for a quick coffee or tea infusion, Jam provides a takeaway service as well as SEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTIONs indoors and on the pavement. The café offers a menu of sandwiches, savouries and cakes.
For great Irish pub fare and live music, The Coachmans Bar & Restaurant offers both and bags of atmosphere.
Shopping in and around Kenmare
Kenmare has many speciality shops selling all kinds of goods from woollen items, Irish linen and lace to chocolates and gold and silver.
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