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Lackabane, Fossa, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
Mr John & Freda Sheehan
+353 (0)64 6632868
+353 (0)64 6632637
Cosy, warm, welcoming, the 19th Green is a 13 bedroom guesthouse adjacent to the Killarney National Park. Located 3km from Killarney town and 500 metres from Killarney Golf Club, it is the ideal base for exploring County Kerry.
Comfortable, cosy and welcoming, the 19th Green Guesthouse is the ideal base or 'home from home' when visiting Killarney and the County Kerry area. The guesthouse is located just 3 kilometres from Killarney, 500 metres from the world famous Lakes of Killarney and at the starting point for the infamous Ring of Kerry tour. After a wonderful Irish breakfast in the restaurant take a right turn coming out of the gates of the 19th Green and keep going, you cannot get lost.
From the moment you step inside their front door, the aim is to make your stay as pleasurable and enjoyable as possible whether golfing, seeking adventure, taking in a show or just looking for a relaxing stay in Killarney.
All 13 bedrooms are spacious and suitable for two or more people. Most of the bedrooms have two double beds, some have a double and a single bed. All rooms are ensuite with a shower and each room has tea/coffee making facilities, hairdryer, direct dial telephone and satellite TV. All rooms have a full Guest Services Directory with all information necessary to make your stay in Killarney enjoyable.
There is a spacious and secure car park for guests use and complimentary WiFi. The guesthouse also has a drying room for those with a leaning towards the outdoors. If you fancy fishing or sightseeing on the Lakes of Killarney, your host John has a boat. If you like sightseeing and want to go on a tour 19th Green can organise it for you, from the reception they can arrange all tours in the area, including Killarney Lake District, Gap of Dunloe, Ring of Kerry and Dingle Peninsula. They will also be delighted to offer you advice on Killarney’s excellent choice of restaurants, bars, clubs and of course traditional Irish music pubs.