Located in the heart of Killarney
Killarney House & Gardens
Now fully restored to its former glory, Killarney House and Gardens is located in the very heart of the town is now rightly placed to be the gateway of the towns most spectacular attraction Killarney National Park. For years the spectacular property and surrounds potential had been to much dismay to locals, however, Killarney House and Gardens reopened in 2016 after a badly needed €7 million investment that restored the house and gardens to a style reflecting the style of an 18th century French Chateaux and 20th-century Edwardian properties.
In 1861, Queen Victoria stayed in the property during her visit to the town and fittingly in 2018 her great-great-great-grandson Prince Charles along with the Duchess of Cornwall Camilla made an official state visit to the restored house and gardens.
Discover the highlights of one of the most picturesque towns in the country’s beautiful South-West.
Torc Waterfall & MountainOne of the most photographed locations in IrelandLearn More
Gap of DunloeA spectacular mountain pass notorious for its beautyLearn More
Killarney House & GardensNow restored to its former glory in the heart of the townLearn More
Killarney National ParkIrelands first national park sprawling over 10000 hectaresLearn More
Muckross House and Gardens19th centry Victorian mansion set in spectacular surroundsLearn More
Ross Castle15th Century Castle located on the edges of the lakesLearn More
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