Old Weir Lodge

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Muckross Road, Killarney, Kerry,
Ms Maureen O Donoghue
T: +353(0)646635593

The Old Weir Lodge is a four-star, family-run property set in mature landscaped gardens. It boasts an enviable location on the fashionable Muckross Road, just a few minutes' walk from the town centre and on the main Ring of Kerry road.

Set in mature landscaped gardens with a secure car park, Old Weir Lodge stands on Muckross Road in Killarney, County Kerry, and is a highly-acclaimed Tudor-style, family-run accommodation.

There is ample secure parking on the grounds and, on arrival, guests will be guaranteed a warm welcome. Guests can relax in one of our two guest lounges; the Dinis Lounge has a small resident's bar while the Bricin Lounge has a computer with Internet access for your convenience. Complimentary WiFi Internet access is available throughout the property, as well as an ice machine to help our guests relax after a hard day's touring.

The spacious, beautifully-furnished bedrooms will ensure that guests can relax and unwind with every luxury and convenience close at hand. Facilities in each room include tea- and coffee-maker, multi-channel TV, direct-dial telephone, iron, hairdryer, and clock radio. There are ground floor bedrooms and an elevator to our upstairs bedrooms. All guest rooms have a private bathroom with power shower, most with bath and shower, some with shower only, and complimentary toiletries.

In the Innisfallen Dining Room, we provide breakfasts to suit every taste. Hot breakfasts are cooked to order, with vegetarian and coeliac options. There is a varied continental buffet, and home-baked breads and scones are a speciality.

Proprietors Dermot and Maureen O'Donoghue have been welcoming guests to Killarney for the past 40 years and have an unsurpassed knowledge of the local area.

Guests may enjoy the many local tours which are all available from Old Weir Lodge. Dermot also operates the Gap of Dunloe Day Tour which includes bus, pony, trap, and boat through the lakes, as well as the Lily of Killarney water coach.