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This cheerful blue and white fronted café in the centre of Killarney town was the first branch of the popular Murphys Ice Cream Dingle shop and café to be opened by Kieran and Séan Murphy, the American brothers who have made such a success of making ...
A sister to Ally Alpine's renowned Dublin business, The Celtic Whiskey Shop - and the only one of its type outside the capital - the Celtic Whiskey Bar & Larder opened in March 2016 and stepped straight into the limelight as a must-see attraction in Ireland's longest ...
At the heart of this large, well-executed 5* development lies a fine Victorian house and, although the newer areas have an elegant contemporary style, an atmosphere of timeless quality prevails throughout. With a large conference centre, break-out meeting rooms, a media ...
Open since 1965, this impressive hotel overlooking the Killarney Lakes may now be over fifty years old, but it was exceptionally well built and has been so well maintained through the years that it has continued to outshine many a new top level hotel. However, never sat ...
Despite changing brigades a few times over the years, this atmospheric restaurant has been one of the most consistently popular dining choices in the Kenmare area since 1994 - and, with the original chef Michael Casey back as proprietor/chef since spring 2013 and heading ...
Just a stone’s throw from the sea at Cromane, where the mussels that the area is famous for are landed, this handsome stone building is smartly maintained and sends out all the right signals from the outset. Jack's celebrated 50 years in business a few years ago, h ...