4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Muckross Road, Killarney, County Kerry, Ireland
Dromhall Hotel
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  • Families90
  • Couples79
  • Solo100
  • Business81

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Excellent place to stay

by BETTYALUFOHAI about Dromhall Hotel

Nice hotel & good location not far from town center good service not to forget very friendly staff .The pool is the worst part of the hotel,you have to go from one building to another which is unbelieveable.for the rest its all okay

Best Hotel Pub

by Sagespot about Kayne's Bistro

Kayne's is this nice little place located inside the Dromhall Hotel on the southern side of town center. Covered in medium toned wood, the service was great and usually full of very cheerful clients as well as servers.

We were so pleased by the experience that we ate here several times during our stay. The fish and chips were excellent and the pints were poured slow and sweet. They have a great selection of both beers and ciders along with an outstanding array of sandwiches (of which I'll have to suggest you try the Chive and May on Soda Bread.) It was probably the some of the best service we had on our entire holiday.


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Forum Posts


by cathy9510usa

My husband loves Armagnac, and the past several times when we were in Ireland we scoured the places that sell wines and whiskeys but could not find any (except in bars, but we want to buy a bottle). Does anyone know if it's possible to buy Armagnac in Killarney, and if so, where? Thanks very much.

Re: Armagnac

by pedroswift

I'm curious. Why would you not purchase it at Newcastle at the local wine&Spirit merchant?? de pedro

Re: Armagnac

by cathy9510usa

Several reasons. First, many times people have reported they had problems with buying liquor at airport shops and then airline staff refusing to let them bring the liquors aboard the plabe, as only 100 ml of liquids are allowed at present. It's true this doesn't always happen, but Armagnac costs enough that we wouldn't want to just toss it out. Second, when we flew to Cork in April, there wasn't any for sale at the Newcastle Airport.

Re: Armagnac

by cathy9510usa

Oops, I missed your commenta about "local" wine and spirits shop. Same thing, though. We fly Jet2, which has limits of 20 kg for checked baggage and only 10 kg for carry-on, with only containers of 100 ml for liquids, and them must for in a clear pastic bag of about 9 inches square.

Re: Armagnac

by pedroswift

Those pesky rules as to what you can & cannot bring on plane are just catching up with us here in Aust. You'll have to wean him off the French stuff & get him on the Irish Whiskey. regards, pedro

Travel Tips for Killarney

The world famous lakes of Killarney

by healy_ger

Take a walk or rent a bike to travel around Muckross & Dinis. You'll go over bricin bridge where the lower and middle lake join up and on to the meeting of the waters where the upper lake meets the middle lake at Dinis cottage. You can see bricin bridge, the middle and lower lakes in this photo. If you are feeling adventurous you can take a boat trip from Ross castle up through the 3 lakes to brandon cottage, a really stunning day out!

Muckross Abbey

by Deefstes

There's a stark difference between the glorious Muckross House and the ramshackled Muckross Abbey. Still, it's worth paying a visit and the walk from the house to the abbey is quite pleasant. You can even get a jaunting car for an extra bit of fun.

My favourite place

by Anadeas


Killarney. Now I say Killarney, but really I mean the surrounding area rather that the town itself, although the town’s a nice one, there are just a few too many tourists of the leprechaun seeking variety, there are some great pubs, and good accommodation options, but for the really great places you have to head out the road.


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Address: Muckross Road, Killarney, County Kerry, Ireland