Cahernane House Hotel is surrounded by the Killarney National Park. If you never left the hotel, you’d enjoy beautiful mountain vistas and the unspoiled Killarney countryside full of wildlife and an abundance native plants.
However, if your curiosity takes you beyond our borders, and you wish to explore the beautiful surrounding attractions, we recommend the following:
The stables are located just 1 mile from the heart of Killarney town, adjacent to the Killarney National Park. Established in the late 1960's, the stables can expertly provide each and every customer with a unique experience. The casual customer can enjoy daily rides of one, two, or three hours.
The Lakes of Killarney are interlinked and together make up almost a quarter of the park's area. Despite being interlinked, each lake has a unique ecosystem. Sport angling on the lakes has been a popular pastime for generations, utilising the lakes' large populations of brown trout and salmon.
Why not try one of the many boat trips on the famous Lakes of Killarney? Boats are available from the Old Boathouse near Muckross House, Ross Castle, and also to Innisfallen Island where there is an old Monastic settlement. Private charters are also available for casual get-togethers, conferences, school tours, team building trips or special interest groups.
Killarney Golf & Fishing Club, on the gateway to the Wild Atlantic Way, located only a mile from the bustling tourist town of Killarney in the heart of south west Ireland. It has a spectacular lakeside location next to the National Park approximately 3 km from Killarney town centre. The three golf courses offer a unique challenge to every standard of golfer, from the local society to the world’s greatest tour players. The Pro-shop and golf academy will help you with your game or provide the perfect souvenir, while the stunning 19th hole offers the best of fare and panoramic views of our unique setting.
Killarney National Park was the first national park in Ireland. The park encompasses over 102.89 km2 (25,425 acres) of diverse ecology, including the Lakes of Killarney, oak and yew woodlands and mountain peaks. It has Ireland's only native herd of red deer and the most extensive covering of native forest remaining in Ireland. The park is of high ecological value because of the quality, diversity, and extensiveness of many of its habitats and the wide variety of species that they accommodate. Driving through this vast parkland, it is a wonder in itself and takes the number one spot in our list of attractions to visit while staying at Cahernane House Hotel.
While visiting in Killarney, we recommend that you enjoy your stay at this hidden gem to the fullest by spending a few days at the Cahernane House Hotel as well as exploring its vast perimeters. The beauty and serenity found here, are undeniably captivating.