Everyone thinks they have the best mum, and none of them are wrong. Mother’s Day falls on Sunday 22nd March this year and it’s the perfect opportunity to show your mum how much you appreciate her. This extra special day celebrates the role of mothers in society and the huge role they play in our lives. Treat your mum to something she’ll really love this Mother’s Day and arrange a very special trip to Killarney, enjoying the very best of Kerry and the stunning Cahernane House Hotel. We’ve put together a guide to treating your mum to the best Mother’s Day she’s ever had, just don’t forget the card!


Mums the Word Package

This year, we have put together the perfect Mother’s Day package for you and your mum to enjoy together. Treat your mother to a luxurious and peaceful stay at Cahernane House Hotel, exploring the best of our gorgeous grounds, enjoying our award-food and taking home a very special souvenir with you to remember a great weekend together.

Our Mums the Word package includes

A chilled glass of prosecco upon arrival

A specially designed 4-course Mother’s Day Sunday lunch in the critically acclaimed Herbert Restaurant

Luxurious overnight stay in a deluxe room

Freshly cooked full Irish breakfast the following morning to set you up for another great day

Enjoy a lie-in with Late checkout at 1pm

A complimentary ‘Cahernane Duck’ souvenir

A complimentary history tour of the house and artefacts


Afternoon Tea:

Tea is not a drink in Cahernane, it’s an occasion. To make your Mother’s Day extra special why not treat your mum to an exclusive afternoon tea, served with a smile by our friendly staff. Enjoy a three-tiered platter of delicious bite-sizes treats together, marvelling at the delicate flavours and unique tastes crafted by our talented team of chefs. Savoury treats begin your tea, followed by delicious homemade scones and finally some sweet treats accompanied by our Bewley's tea and coffee options, which includes an array of herbal teas. But what is a celebration without a glass of bubbles! For a small additional charge, you can add on a glass of Prosecco or a cocktail of your choice. Afternoon Tea is a very popular option on this particular Sunday so make sure to book your table soon to avoid disappointment.

Enjoy the Beautiful Surrounds:

Experience Cahernane together with your Mum, sharing beautiful views and walks of the Killarney National Park in its spring glory. If you’ve never been to Killarney before, you might enjoy a lake tour and jaunting car ride given by a local with excellent knowledge of the area. Step aboard the MV "Lily of the Valley" lake cruiser for a tour of Lough Leanne, Killarney's largest and most beautiful lake. Take in views of the gorgeous Carrauntoohil, Ireland's highest mountain and the ancient Oak and Yew forests. Your friendly driver will then tell you all about the history of Ross Castle and the Legend of the Lake as you recline and enjoy the views.

Explore Killarney Town:

While here, make sure to take time to stroll around Killarney town, enjoying the unique shops, pubs and eateries you won’t find anywhere else. You will certainly find all of your high-street favourites like M&S and Penneys, you’ll also find unique shops with inspiration for gifts, some great hand-made goods and plenty of pubs to refresh along the way. If you fancy a spot of bargain hunting, head to Killarney outlet centre which has a variety of branded shops under one roof, including a Nike factory store and a Blarney Woollen Mills store offering excellent discounts. Shopping in Killarney is an ideal way to bond over some retail therapy. 


If you’d like to treat your Mum to a Mother’s Day she’ll never forget, book your stay in the luxurious Cahernane House Hotel today. Our availability for this package is limited and exclusively available to guests who book on our website or with our friendly reservations team so don’t delay! Our staff is always happy to recommend things to do or places to visit while you’re here so don’t be afraid to ask. We look forward to welcoming you both to Cahernane this Mother’s Day.

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