One Of Ireland's Most Beautiful Hotels Has Been Added To Condé Nast Experts' List Of Destinations To Stay

Ever been lucky enough to stay here?

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This will put the hotel on the map in a huge way.

There's something about hotels in Kerry, people are absolutely obsessed with them. Two of them even got a massive shout out on the Ellen Show in March.

Cahernane House Hotel in the heart of the Killarney National Park has been included in the Condé Nast Johansen’s list of destinations in Ireland to stay.

The stunning 4-star hotel, which is situated in a private, scenic setting just a short distance from the town centre of Killarney, is just one of seven hotels in Ireland that is on the list of luxury travel destinations.

The Condé Nast review notes, “the homely character and attention to each resident’s comfort”, and that is certainly one of the overwhelming feelings each visitor gets as they make their way up the long private entrance to the hotel.

It overlooks the Killarney National Park as well as the amazing Lough Leane and is the ideal place for a private and perfect getaway.

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Speaking after the inclusion on the Condé Nast list, Jim Murphy of the PREM Group, said;

“This is a really high mark of achievement to be named on the Condé Nast Johannsen’s list and it shows how much hard work can do to create a great hotel.

“It gives everyone at the hotel a real sense of pride to be included in a list alongside some of the most internationally recognised hotels in Ireland, but I have no doubt that Cahernane firmly belongs there.”

Have you ever been lucky enough to stay there? Or maybe you think a certain hotel should also be on that list... let us know in the comments.

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