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Killaloe, Clare, Republic of Ireland
The Lakeside Hotel & Leisure Centre boasts a stunning location on the banks of the River Shannon in Killaloe, County Clare. This family-friendly hotel offers comfortable accommodation, good food, leisure facilities and 30 minutes from Shannon Airport
The Lakeside Hotel & Leisure Centre sits on the banks of the majestic River Shannon in Killaloe, County Clare.
The family-friendly property offers three-star accommodation with 43 guest rooms, including single, double, twin and family rooms, in addition to wheelchair accessible rooms. All provide the amenities needed for a comfortable stay, such as direct dial telephone, tea- and coffee-making facilities and TV.
The hotel’s leisure centre is a great place to relax and unwind. If indulging in the Jacuzzi isn't for you, the leisure centre comprises gym, 18m deck-level swimming pool, children’s pool, sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi, aerobics studio and fully equipped gymnasium. A 40 metre, figure of 8,waterslide provides extra thrills and spill for families.
After devoting some time to health and wellness, guests can treat themselves to a lunch or dinner at the hotel's Derg Room Restaurant, which is known for offering elegant dining at affordable prices. There’s also O’Haras bar, a popular meeting place for locals and tourists alike. There, guests will find a relaxing atmosphere, spectacular views, an extensive menu of bar food and afternoon tea.
With its picturesque setting and range of amenities, the Lakeside Hotel is a wonderful choice for a special event, whether a corporate function or private celebration. It offers full conference facilities for up to 400 delegates and a luxurious ballroom for as many as 250 guests.
In and around Killaloe, visitors will find a number of things to see and do. Overlooking the River Shannon and near Lough Derg, the town is a great destination for water sport enthusiasts as well as avid golfers, walkers and equestrians. There are also many heritage sites in the area, including St Flannan’s Cathedral, St Molua’s Church and the Brian Boru Centre.