AddressCollege Street KillarneySee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Done out in beautiful timbers, the individually decorated rooms (some with classical printed wallpaper, some with contemporary sofas and glass) at this boutique guesthouse offer more bang for your buck than bigger, less personal places. A veritable feast is laid on at breakfast, and the elegant inhouse restaurant is a winner come evening.
Our independent authors have visited The Fairview and selected this as one of our recommended guesthouses in Killarney.
Description provided by property
An elegant guest house located at the heart of Killarney, The Fairview offers modern, well-appointed guest rooms and unbeatable service combined with all the charm of traditional Irish hospitality.
Welcoming guests from all over the globe, our ideal town centre location puts us within close proximity of all of Killarney's attractions, including the stunning mountain and lake scenery of Killarney National Park as well as the traditional and lively bars and restaurants of the town itself.
With everything designed for optimal rest and relaxation, guests can tempt their taste buds with the mouth-watering cuisine served up at our Fifth Season restaurant. A full Irish breakfast is included in the rates.
Check in 3.30pm, check out 11am
Credit cards accepted
CANCELLATION POLICY: If cancelled up to 3 days before date of arrival, no fee will be charged. If cancelled later or in case of no-show 100% of the first night will be charged.
PAYMENT: The Fairview reserves the right to pre-authorized your card prior to arrival and release a room or any number of rooms if secured with a fraudulent, invalid, expired or declined credit card.
If you expect to arrive after 6pm, please contact us to let us know.
Services & facilities
- Free Breakfast
- Free WiFi
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