A charming, family run hotel set on the outskirts of Killarney, County Kerry, The Great National Darby O'Gill's Country House is a wonderful, three star accommodation that caters for families as well as business travellers.
The Great National Darby O'Gill's Country House Hotel is a popular accommodation for families visiting County Kerry. Situated on the outskirts of Killarney Town, the hotel is friendly and charming, offering peace and quiet throughout the year.
The Great National Darby O'Gill's, boasts 43 charming guest rooms, all of which are traditionally decorated, spacious and include ensuite bathroom. Most offer views over the beautiful Kerry countryside while all are fitted with complimentary toiletries, hairdryer, telephone, TV, self-controlled heating, ironing facilities, and tea and coffee making facilities. Additionally, cots and camp beds are available on request, and guests can make use of the complimentary car parking.
Guests of The Great National Darby O’Gill’s Country House Hotel can start their day with a hearty Irish breakfast, while other dining options are available throughout the day. At Cluricaune’s Restaurant, open during peak times only, visitors can indulge in quality, home cooked food served in a relaxing atmosphere. Or they can drop into the Rathcullen Lounge, a traditional bar with great character. It serves a popular bar menu daily as well as a selection of wine and drinks. Guests can also opt for Darby’s Sports Bar, a vibrant spot with live sports coverage, great music and games.
The Great National Darby O’Gills is also an excellent choice for special events in Killarney ranging from corporate conferences to intimate weddings, as clients receive personalised attention from experienced event planning staff. The hotel can cater for corporate functions of two to 300 delegates with three well equipped rooms available.
In Killarney, there is plenty to see and do, including a number of popular sites for families, such as the Crag Cave and Kennedy’s Pet Farm. The area also offers golfing, fishing, walking, horse riding and biking.