Kilmurry Lodge Hotel
AddressCastletroy Dublin Road LimerickSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
The Great National Kilmurry Lodge Hotel is a 5 minute walk from the University of Limerick and the National Technological Park, Castletroy and, with a bus stop located by the hotel gate, Limerick City Centre is just 10 minutes away.
Set among 3 acres of manicured gardens, this charming family run hotel offers guest rooms with power showers, free Wi-Fi access, plentiful free parking and full Irish breakfasts.
The spacious rooms at the Kilmurry Lodge Hotel feature Interactive TVs, hairdryers and irons. Tea/coffee making facilities are provided and there are free newspapers each morning at reception. Guests also receive discounted entry to the University Arena, Ireland's High Performance Centre, with its extensive gym and 50 metre swimming pool.
Nelligan's Bar & Beer Garden, with its traditional Irish Pub culture, serves the best locally sourced produce combined with friendly Irish hospitality and service, lunch and dinner served daily. Flannagan's Restaurant serves an extensive Buffet each morning.
Limerick Golf Club, Unigolf centre and the University Concert Hall are all less than a 5-minute drive.
The Kilmurry Lodge Hotel is Limerick's most convenient hotel with motorway connections from exit 28 off the M7 direct to Shannon International Airport (30 minutes), Dublin (2 hours), and Galway (1 hours and 30 minutes), and free 250 space car park. The Kilmurry Lodge Hotel also has its own helipad.
The Kilmurry Lodge Hotel is unable to accept cash payments and require pre-authorization of all credit cards on check -in.
Services & facilities
- Free Parking
- Laundry Facilities
- Wheelchair Friendly
- 24 Hour Reception
- Luggage Storage
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
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