Killerig Hotel & Golf Resort

Address: Killerig, Carlow, County Carlow, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Killerig, Carlow, is near Celtic and Prehistoric Museum, Dunbeg Fort, and Rahinnane Castle.
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  • Swimming pool
  • Restaurant
  • Fitness/Health center


  • Free parking


  • Room service
  • Business Services

TripAdvisor Reviews Killerig Hotel & Golf Resort Carlow

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Carlow

Dublin Day 2 - The Grog Blog!

A travel blog entry by glendacherry on Jul 11, 2014

1 comment, 23 photos

... for a tour. What a fun afternoon! Following a couple of Jamesons cocktails for the girls & Jamesons for the boys the fun & informative tour led by Nyall began. Glenda was chosen to do a Jameson tasting & comparison test at the end of the tour & received her first graduation certificate & is now a qualified ...

Gort to Kilkea, in Reverse

A travel blog entry by thekansasnomad on Jun 15, 2014

... I wish I could think of more creative and unique adjectives on the spot, but a writer I am not. We made our way to a pub to enjoy a bit of traditional Irish music, a much needed pint, and a spot of chips. The Kilkenny and Smithwick brews were an inviting change of pace from our constant drowning of Guiness and Bulmers. Regardless of the band having no life in their music, our time was relaxing. We caught the bus (which we thought we'd miss) after a hurried walk ...

Derry to Belfast

A travel blog entry by tmason29 on Aug 28, 2013

... bigger scale to the Organ Pipes National Park in Keilor, these hexagon rocks stand so tall along the coastal cliffs shaped by the sea.

Then off to Belfast, very industrial at first glance which isn't surprising as it was one of the biggest industrial areas even during the great famine.

We visit to the Titanic museum and ship yards, then into the city centre. Historical building, surrounding the city square are ...

Day six

A travel blog entry by koistycassels on Aug 06, 2012

1 photo

... done and set up the brief for the other participants who will be joining tomorrow. At lunch today there was a talk with Nozomi Nakabayashi, an AA student who worked on The Big Shed project in AA's Hooke Park in London. The presentation was via Skype and although there were a few minor technical hiccups, the whole thing worked very well, I even got to see what screen sharing is like on Skype. Tonight was a talk on Home by an architect and artist ...

All Good Things Come To An End

A travel blog entry by anneliam on Apr 16, 2011

5 comments, 3 photos

... to go. This laptop was charging and only had to be put into the bag. What happened…. the blinking fire alarm went off in the hotel and we had to evacuate the building. Forget the coffee! We just grabbed my handbag with the travel documents..I wasn't going there a second time… the laptop and charger and the two smallest bags and hightailed it down the fire escape from the 9th floor. The fire brigade were just arriving as we came to the Lobby. Talk ...