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Our daughter treated us to this lunch in St. Kyran's Restaurant on New Year's Eve. The welcome from the girls was as warm and friendly as usual - thank you Patricia, Grace & Claire - the service was its usual efficient self. The food was...More
What a glorious break. We were made so welcome from the moment we arrived . The staff were wonderful The room was beautiful with a gorgeous view. Our dinner was superb and we ended it on the veranda watching a beautiful sunset.
Excellent quality food, well presented and a comprehensive wine list. Service was top class and friendly. Well appointed venue with delightful views over the lake. Looking forward to my next visit already!
Absolutely amazing venue, stunning lake view, the Room (#6) is just perfect: big spacious and the shower... omg!!! Restaurant very cosy low lights and nice food for dinner and breakfast. I fell in love with this place and i ll come back soon. All the...More
This has been my second visit to St.Kyrans, and on both occasions I was delighted with the generous and delicious Afternoon Tea and the lovely staff. Also the view from the restaurant is breathtaking. Definitely worth a visit if you are travelling that direction.
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Business Centre with Internet Access
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US$55 - US$100 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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It's Ireland you're coming to, not Iraq! The roads even have tarmac and signs to point you in the right direction. If you are lost however you can speak to one of the friendly local Neanderthals who will grunt and point you... More
It's Ireland you're coming to, not Iraq! The roads even have tarmac and signs to point you in the right direction. If you are lost however you can speak to one of the friendly local Neanderthals who will grunt and point you in the right direction