The Listowel Arms Hotel
AddressThe Square ListowelSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Listowel's principal hotel is a family-run affair in a Georgian building that balances grandeur with country charm. Furnished with antiques and marble sinks, the 42 rooms overlook the river. The Writers Bar is a good place to find music in the summer, while the Georgian Restaurant (mains €13-22) specialises in the catch of the day.
Our independent authors have visited The Listowel Arms Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Listowel.
Description provided by property
In the corner of Listowel’s old square, this family-run boutique hotel offers a gourmet restaurant and stylish rooms with free Wi-Fi. Located only a 10-minute drive from the seaside, it is a great base to explore County Kerry.
Every room at The Listowel Arms Hotel comes with a flat-screen TV and an en suite bathroom, some of which feature a free-standing bathtub. A tray of complimentary tea and coffee is included in every room.
The beautifully furnished Georgian Restaurant overlooks River Feale and offers gourmet dishes made with local North Kerry produce. The elegant Writers Bar offers the warmth of carved wood, open fires and candlelight.
The Listowel Arms Hotel is located 17 miles from Tralee and 45 miles from Limerick.
Services & facilities
- Family rooms
- Breakfast in the room
- Non-smoking throughout
- Designated smoking area
- 24-hour front desk
- Room service
- Restaurant (à la carte)
- Snack bar
Bureau de Change/ATM
- Currency exchange
- Free WiFi
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