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Splendid Caragh Lake hideaway in lushest County Kerry

The wooded grounds of this lakeside Kerry hideaway are exquisite. The house stands proud above Caragh Lake, sheltered by huge pines beyond which the lakeshore glitters.

Come Here For...

The superlative lakeside setting. • Edwardian country house elegance. • Peace and seclusion.

Hit the Spot
On the lush wooded shores of Caragh Lake, in the scenic Ring of Kerry.

Amenities
Fabulous wooded grounds leading down to Caragh Lake, where you can take out a rowing boat. There's a terrace and lawn for teas and pre-dinner drinks, and an inviting lounge.

Good to know
Guests come to Ard na Sidhe to escape. – so you may not find an in-room TV or wi-fi. 

Essential info
Check in
12:00
Checkout
12:00
Minimum Stay
No
Closed
Closed October – early May
Parking
There is free guest parking.
Airport
Kerry – 15 miles
Train
Killarney station – 14 miles
Pets
Guide dogs only
Children
Welcome
Location
Caragh Lake, Killorglin, County Kerry, Ireland

Bedtime

Bedrooms
18 rooms and suites

Special features
Some rooms have four posters, and the best have grand lake views.

Pillow Talk
Room 2 is the real plum – loads of space and the best views of the lake.

Eat & Drink

Dining in
Two adjoining intimate dining rooms are candlelit at night. Tables are dressed in crisp linens and crystal, and menus feature a mix of Irish and international dishes. Mains range from Atlantic-caught fish to Irish beef, and the Irish cheeses to follow could well divert your eyes from the more-ish mousse of pear with Bailey's cream sauce. Other favourites include duck with blackcurrant sauce, avocado and shrimp salad and scrummy Black Forest gateau. Cosy up later around the lounge's peat fire for a post-dinner chaser. 

Breakfast
Buffet breakfast is served until 10am

Room service
Available morning and evening.

Activities

See & Do
Explore lovely Caragh Lake on foot or in the hotel's rowing boat, then maybe set off for the Gap of Dunloe – an eight-mile mountain pass – followed by a trip through the three lakes of Killarney.  Follow the pretty path up to the Torc waterfall, tumbling 18m into Muckross Lake, where Muckross House sits at the heart of the Killarney national park. Or make a day of it touring the scenic Ring of Kerry. If you're feeling sporty, there's swimming and tennis at Ard na Sidhe's two Killarney sister hotels, and golf nearby.

Spa
Book a pampering ESPA treatment at the Hotel Europe, near Killarney. 

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