When there on a Tuesday evening with my Partner - we arrived late but we're introduced to a lovely large room (looked like a family room - 109 I think) with beautiful views of the mountains.
After a quick rest we took a wall around - the leisure centre looked great but we were too tired to partake in any activity.
The restaurant was rustic and again lovely views - I had the steak with salad n chips while my partner has fish which we got with the voucher system - when the plates arrive they were huge - my partner called the plates magic as they seemed to be bottomless :0)
It was straight to bed of one of the best sleeps I've had in longtime - up from breakfast so filling I had to go for an doze before checkout :0)
Everyone was extremely friendly n we will be back - shame we only had a night Free to stay.
If there was anything minor to complain about it was the fan in this bathroom was a little loud but nothing to worry about :0)
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- As the song goes 'it's a long way to Tipperary', but we all know it's really not that far, and trust us - the drive will be so worth it! Situated only two hours drive from Dublin or Galway and just one hour from Cork city, Kilcoran Lodge Hotel is steeped in history. Originally built in the last century as the Earl of Glengall's hunting lodge, the hotel is set in an elevated position on twenty acres of sumptuous landscaped gardens and overlooks the breathtaking views of the Knockmealdown Mountains. Truly the ideal setting for a romantic escape! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Kilcoran Hotel Cahir