We are delighted to share news of our newest estate addition, The Coach House.
Our hotel has been closed since December in order to allow a further €1.3 million renewal programme to be carried out over the winter months bringing the total renovation figure to €7.8 million. Part of this programme, our former ‘Coach House’ will now become home to 8 new luxurious bedrooms and are expected to be completed by May of this year.
Interior designer Julie Goggin, was commissioned with the interior design while Moloney O’Beirne were tasked with architectural layout. The 8 bedrooms in the Coach House are situated in a stand-alone building which is adjacent to our Manor House. The original 19th century stone cut building was originally built to house horse-drawn carriages and the related tack. Now, completely reconfigured each room is bespoke with feature wallpapers, luxurious fabrics and original Irish antique furniture. Some of the bathrooms will have free-standing claw foot baths while others feature walk in rain showers and handmade tiles. The décor of each of the 8 rooms have been inspired by nature and pay homage to the native Kerry flora and fauna. Some rooms depict the wild flowers of Kerry while a blue toned bedroom displays peacocks in the undergrowth of a formal garden. “The colours and fabrics selected for the Coach House are very different to that of the Manor House”, said Julie Goggin, “we chose jewel like palates that would envelop the senses in order to create rooms that would be conducive to sleep and to really create private sanctuaries for guests.”
You can find a preview of these designs here: Coach House Rooms - Mood Boards
All Coach House Rooms feature