It depends on whether you want to be close to the action in the city or off in the country - if the... See full review
Oct 11, 2013
The Dunloe is modern five star hotel set in 65 acres of mature, private parkland estate with the ruins of the old castle lying within the hotel grounds. Tranquility pervades the atmosphere of the hotel where natural materials blend harmoniously with precious and carefully chosen antique paintings and furniture. The Dunloe prides itself on the elegance, style and warmth of service it can offer. Complimentary leisure facilities includes two indoor tennis courts, indoor swimming pool, sauna, gym, horse riding, fishing on the river laune which flows through the hotel grounds and children's playground. The other amenities offer by the hotel are baby sitting service, banquet facilities, bar, barbecue area, business center, children's facilities, concierge, conference facilities, currency exchange, dry cleaning, games room, gym / fitness facilities, internet access-wireless, laundry service, lift / elevator, lobby, non smoking rooms, parking facilities-at cost, reception, restaurant, room service, room service-24, safe deposit box, swimming pool-indoor and tennis court. Breakfast included.
The Dunloe Rooms
The bedding option for the room is one double bed or one twin bed. Room offers balcony/terrace, bathrobe, cable / satellite TV, color TV, ensuite / private bathroom, hairdryer, heating, iron / ironing board, laundry service, refrigerator, room service and telephone.
Fitness center or spa
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A range of options are available to guests at the dunloe castle for dining, whether for a fine dining a la carte experience in the oak room or a light afternoon snack in the garden caf. In a first class setting the oak restaurant is elegant and classical with views over the gardens and mountains let nature surround and enjoy the finest of fresh, natural ingredients prepared by our artistically creative head chef. The garden caf is open from 11am to 11pm 7 days a week, and is the ideal pluce for casual dining, serving a selection of sandwiches, salads, steaks, local fresh fish and desserts to tempt.
Terms and conditions
Rates quoted in currencies other than the hotel's base currency are subject to the rate of the international exchange. Rate may change throughout stay. Rate may reflect average nightly rate. Extra charges may apply. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use. All information has been provided by this hotel and not by Orbitz
It depends on whether you want to be close to the action in the city or off in the country - if the latter, this hotel cannot be beat if you are will to pay the cost. The hotel is located several miles from Killarney. Our Garmin GPS took us well
past the hotel but we were able to reorient ourselves. We found the room luxurious and clean. I was a bit surprised that it didn't have AC and the room was warm. We were able to cool the room by opening the balcony door but I wonder how well this would work during a hot summer day.
The hotel is not actually part of a castle but there is a small castle on the grounds. The grounds are magnificent and have long walking paths in an absolutely beautiful countryside.
Breakfast was included in the room cost and was well done. Mostly buffet but you could order eggs.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short drive from hotel
All the Irish nightlife is found in the city of Killarney which is several miles away from the hotel. I did not want to drink more than one Guinness for the drive back on the narrow roads.