Carrig Country House situated on Caragh Lake, County Kerry, is a charming and meticulously restored Victorian residence with a sense of timeliness about it that has captured the imagination of poets and adventurers alike.
Situated on the shores of beautiful Caragh Lake in County Kerry, you will find the cleanest air in Europe, beautiful gardens and natural green woodlands with spectacular views across the still waters to the wildness of the Kerry Mountains. Carrig Country House is a beautifully restored Victorian residence with a sense of timeliness about it that has captured the imagination of poets and adventurers alike.
Choose from various room types at Carrig Country House standard Room, lake view, junior and presidential suites. All rooms are ensuite and most have either king-size beds or twin beds. Some rooms are available with three single beds. the rooms are decorated in period style and feature antique furnishings.
The Ring of Kerry is world renowned for its breathtaking natural beauty and the myriad of attractions it offers to the visitor. The area offers the ideal break to those seek a relaxed holiday as well as to the more energetic traveller who seeks to participate in the wide range of activities the Ring of Kerry has to offer.
When visiting Kerry in the south-west of Ireland, Carrig Country House Hotel is your ideal base and is centrally located for touring the renowned Ring of Kerry, Dingle Peninsula or Killarney National Park. Two magnificent Atlantic beaches are just 10 minutes by car.
Should you wish, a myriad of activities are available on your doorstep at Carrig Country House Hotel including hill walking, mountain climbing, horse-riding, fishing, windsurfing, sailing and deer stalking. Carrig Country House Hotel is central to 15 wonderful golf courses in Kerry, the nearest is only a 10 minute drive. Carrig House will gladly help you make arrangements for any of these activities.
Carrig Country House Hotel is recommended by Alastair Sawdays 'Special Places to Stay', Georgina Campbell‘s Ireland 'The Best of the Best', Fodor’s Travel Guide, The Michelin Guide, Best Loved Hotels, The Good Hotel Guide, Elegant Destinations Ireland, Lucinda O'Sullivan 'Little Black book of Great Places to Stay' and Bridgestone Guide '100 Best Places to Stay in Ireland'.