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Kinnitty Castle Hotel
About Kinnitty Castle Hotel
A resplendent Gothic revival Ireland castle hotel standing in woodlands on the slopes of the Slieve Bloom Mountains, the sheer size and beauty of the estate (20,000 acres) is breathtaking. Kinnitty Castle is located almost equidistant from Dublin, Limerick and Galway. Having recently undergone a £3 million refurbishment to put it among Ireland's leading luxury hotels, Kinnitty Castle is an exceptional retreat for lovers of good food and the great outdoors. The wealth of wildlife and game make it a paradise for almost every country pursuit. Don't miss Kinnitty Castle on your trip to Ireland.
Within the guest rooms the gothic experience continues. Serene and comfortable, many command glorious views of the surrounding areas, and all offer the same comfort and style. Arched doorways, warm colors and authentic pieces of furniture enrich your experience. Children under the age of 12 are welcome at Kinnitty Castle and can stay with their parents without extra charge.
Accommodation at Kinnitty Castle Hotel
Participate in one of the many leisure activities available to you at Kinnitty Castle such as shooting, fishing, tennis, equestrian sports, and the health and fitness facilities, or simply sit back and enjoy the company of your new friends next to a cozy fire. Many sight-seeing opportunities await those who wish to explore more of Ireland with its wonderful scenery and unique culture. Kinnitty Castle is a perfect touring base for seeing the heart of Ireland.
We had a great holiday in Ireland.
The B & B in Kilkenny and Killarney were very good. Great hospitality. Both not far from the town centre and yet in a quiet neighbourhood.
The Hotel in Dublin was also ideally suited.
The information we got beforehand from Irish Tourism was very extensive and informative. It was a great help by the planning of our cartrips in Kilkenny and Killarney.
In a word: nothing than praise.
We surely come back to Ireland, because there is still a lot to see and do.
And when we do, we will certainly use the assistance of Irish Tourism.
Wim Vervoort, Netherlands