Cillcearn House

Ballycasheen Road, Killarney, Irlanda, Distanza dal centro città: 2.9km

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Our new house, set in picturesque surroundings, has all the facilities of a modern home. All our bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms, colour televisions and hairdryers. There is also a kitchen, refridgerator, microwave and sitting room for the sole use of guests.

We will gladly provide all the information visitors to Killarney needs to have the most enjoyable of holidays.Killarney is famous throughout the world for its natural beauty. Both the Lakes and Mountains of Killarney capture the mind and imagination in a way that very few scenes can. We can book your local jaunting car trips to the National park which we highly recommend. We can also book daily coach tours around the Ring of Kerry, the Dingle Penninsula and other popular destinations as well as.

To further your relaxation, de-stress and unwind with reflexology, Indian head massage, back massage or reiki which we can organise to your room.

We know you will enjoy your stay here in the healthiest and unspoilt environment in Europe.

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Cillcearn House is located in the town of Killarney, County Kerry in
the Southwest of Ireland.

Just 15 minutes drive from Kerry International Airport. Both Shannon and Cork airports are around 1½ hours drive. Visitors traveling from the UK or Europe by ferry would normally enter the country by either Cork or Rosslaire harbours.