Old Killarney Cottages
AddressAghadoe KillarneySee nearby area
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Description provided by property
Opened in April 1999, the Old Killarney Cottages is a unique holiday development of 23 beautiful thatched cottages. The nostalgic village is set in the heart of one of the most picturesque regions of Co. Kerry and its location not only enjoys the surrounding beauty of the Kerry landscape but also a host of entertainment and leisure facilities.
Self-catering Thatched cottages
Only 2 km from Killarney town
4 Star Irish Tourist Board approved
All cottages have traditional thatched roofs and open fireplaces in living area
3 Bedrooms / 3 Bathroom units available
Sleep 8 people
All cottages equipped with dishwasher / washer:dryer / microwave / TV
Large lawns to front and rear of cottages
Baby Cots and High Chairs are available
Baby Sitting service available
Nearby amenities include golf, horse riding, swimming pools (within 3 km)
The cottages at Old Killarney Village are all 4 Star and are approved by the Irish Tourist Board. Each cottage is equipped with dishwasher, washer / dryer, microwave, satellite TV . The living areas have open fireplaces so that you can savour the Old World atmosphere with a real turf fire.
The cottages enjoy large lawns where children can play safely, where you can relax in the serenity of your garden and weather permitting, barbeque for dinner.
We offer three bedroom units, in detached and semi-detached styles. Each cottage has one main bathroom with bath and shower and one or two en-suite bathrooms, depending on the unit type that you choose. Ourthree-bedroom cottage sleeps up to eight people.
Baby Cots (cribs) and high chairs are available to rent on the premises and should be booked in advance.
Please note that pets are allowed in the cottages.
It is company policy to have payment in full collected four to six weeks prior to arrival.
Please note that each cottage attract a 8.00 per day electricity charge.
Services & facilities
- Washing machine
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