Park Hotel Kenmare
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
Photos of Park Hotel Kenmare
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Park Hotel Kenmare
Travel Blogs from Kenmare
... going up the mountain(s), I'm became more and more sure that when Queen Victoria visited Killarney National Park in 1861, as we did today, she did not ride a bicycle up Torc Mountain and Reekeen Mountain! We are off to explore Kenmare for dinner and then straight to bed - we are riding 51kms to Castletownbere tomorrow. It should be flatter ...
... tasting stop. In Cork, as in most of Ireland, the Catholic St Anne Church is next to Protestant St Anne.
Next up was a visit to Blarney Castle and the Blarney Stone. So, if you climb the 105 stairs and kiss the stone but there is no photo, will people believe you or just think you kissed the Blarney Stone? I'm really bummed that the photo they take with their hired and supposed exclusive photographer did not show my face so I didn't pay for it. I took a good photo of ...
... go swimming, but it was a bit cold for me! After we left there, we kept driving along the road, which seemed to get skinnier and skinnier! I have no idea how its still a two-way road!! At one stage a car coming the other way had a bit of a stand off with the driver, cos he didn't want to back up 10 metres! (He eventually did, but he did NOT look happy!) Our next stop was just a random place in the bog-lands, around the mountains there, where we were able ...
... by pulleys through the open windows. Each piece of furniture could be dismantled and broken down into smaller pieces by removing wooden plugs. Our guide referred to it as the "ikea of the 1200's. On one wall in the grand hall there a number of tapestries hanging on the walls. One in particular has just been restored in Belgium. It took over three years to restore it at an as yet to be divulged price, which we didn't find out from the curator, he refused to tell us the cost ...
... from Ballinskellig’s Bay and St. Finians Bay to Portmagee (where we bought a well deserved cappacino and a scone) took us along a road that is advertised as “narrow & dangerous”. Yep… that description fit! The views were stunning and the weather went from bad to good to worse then better as we wound our way along the cliff top. So glad we went that way, and so glad we survived.From there it was more photo ops on cliff side ...