Killarney Heights Hotel

Cork Road, Killarney, County Kerry, Ireland
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83%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
43%
58
Very Good
31%
42
Average
9%
13
Poor
6%
9
Terrible
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  • Families71
  • Couples81
  • Solo60
  • Business87

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some nights in Killarney

by Mandy23 about Killarney Heights Hotel

The next nights we have spent in the 'Killarney Heights Hotel'. We had a power failure and a water problem *g* but that was bad luck and can happen everywhere. The hotel was really okay!

Costs

Spring
Weekend Breaks (2B&B, 1D): EUR119 pps

Weekend Breaks (3B&B, 2D): EUR179 pps

Autumn
Weekend Breaks (2B&B, 1D): EUR139 pps

Weekend Breaks (3B&B, 2D): EUR189 pps

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Forum Posts

Killarney Stay

by mgmfoto

What are the closest B&B's and hotels to St. Mary's Cathedral on Killarney?

RE: Killarney Stay

by WhispersWest

Hello,

Northwood House,http://www.northwoodhouse.com/index.html, is near by to city center and also has a fantastic view of the Cathedral, Crystal Springs, http://www.crystalspringsbb.com/, is another which is close by to the Cathedral.Cahernane Hotel, http://www.cahernane.com/, is not as close but does offer jaunting carts to take you about Killarney, which is a wonderful way to see Killarney.

I hope that these will give you a few places to look at. Enjoy your timein Killarney!

Slan Agus Beannacht,

Bit Devine
Cowboy Craic

RE: Killarney Stay

by Pepperland

There are a lot of places within earshot of the bell of St. Mary´s...you just have to walk around the are for five minutes and you will have found plenty of B and B´s and hotels...Killarney is a tiny place and you will have no problem getting around...

Travel Tips for Killarney

Staigue Fort

by globetrott

Staigue Fort could be one of the highlights of a tour along the "Ring of Kerry" but most people simplyskip it, because they would not dare to take that small mountainroad leading there. In fact it is not a lot of fun, when a lare tourbus is oncoming any you have to search for a spot to "disappear with your car"
Staigue Fort is an old fortification, a giant stone-ring of an unknown age. The whole building has a diameter of 27 meters and is more than 5 meters high. The walls are 4 meters thick, consisting of chambers and steps and all of the stones were piled up without any cement.
Staigue Fort is 13km west of Sneem : When driving on the "Ring of Kerry" follow the sign-posts at the small village of Castlecove !
Directely at the fort there is a big parking, where you have to pay a small fee, the monument itself may be visited freely and without restrictions any time of the day.
When you click on my pictures you may see the giant ringfort in comparison to some visitors.

Wonderful Atmosphere!!

by Sagespot

Killarney National Park was this outstanding and wild landscape. It is a little over 10,000 hectares that is southwest of town. Inside the park are a variety of beautiful lakes (Lower, Learning, Muckross, and Upper;) mountains (Mangerton, Torc, Shehy, and Purple;) and woodlands stretching for miles and miles.

A herd of red deer live in the park and many species of bird can be spotted.

Access to Killarney National Park is open all year round, and there is no charge for visiting the Park (with the exception of certain special sites such as Muckross House and Ross Castle). Please note that camping within the National Park is generally not permitted, however there are many campsites close to Killarney itself.

One of the most conspicuous features of the Killarney area are the many horse-drawn Jaunting Cars to be seen operating both within and outside the National Park. Jaunting cars are a pleasant and traditional way (yet very expensive) to see the area and operate on many different routes. There are jaunting car stands at Muckross House, Torc Waterfall and Killarney Town. In my opinion, you're better off driving, biking, or hiking to get the full experience.

This photo of Ross Castle is a...

by kathycollins

This photo of Ross Castle is a visual representation of Irish spring weather - bright sunshine on one side of the castle, raining on the other side!
Ross Castle is the 15th century domain of the O'Donoghues - the last place in Munster to fall to Cromwell. According the legend the castle could fall only by water, so Ludlow led the Cromwellian forces via floating batteries launched from the lake. The O'Donoghues saw the prophecy's fulfilling, and surrendered.

The Emerald Isle

by scottishvisitor

"40 Shades of Green"

START NOT
IRISH BORN MAN
IF YOU'R TO IRELAND TRUE
WE HEED NOT RACE
NOR CREED NOR CLAN
WE'VE HEARTS
AND HANDS FOR YOU.

"HOW CAN YOU BUY KILLARNEY"

How can you buy all the stars in the sky?

How can you buy two blue Irish eyes?

How can you buy Killarney?

The park is just by the big Church. Lovely walks by the river and lakes. See the Kerry cows grazing in the fields. Enjoy Macgillicuddies Reekes in the background. If your lucky you might see an emerald green dragonfly.......

Simply, peaceful and very beautiful

"OUR IRISH FRIEND"

By Killarney's lake, on a lovely summer day, we played for ages with this incredible dog. No one was about just us 2 and Macgillicuddy (our name for him) so called because of the mountains in the distance.
His life ambition was to empty the lake of stones, which he scooped up from the lake bed and brought them to me one by one.
Hope he got home safe - I'm sure he did - we could still hear him barking for ages on our walk back.

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