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All reviews porridge bar food secure parking ring of kerry the main street street noise nice hotel the ground floor included breakfast great location for touring hotel lobby stayed one night booked this hotel couple of nights middle of town live music bed was comfortable
Myself a three friends stayed here over a couple of nights a couple of years ago.
Very comfortable rooms, the room we had; had the biggest bathroom I have ever seen in a Hotel spotlessly clean & you could not fault the food 10 out...More
The location is ideal, on the main drag in Kenmare. They had parking, but we ended up with street parking which is just as easy. The room was clean and quiet with reliable Wi-Fi and amazing water pressure from the shower. Good choice for This...More
Family trip to our favourite place, Stayed at The Lodge and Visited the Thady Quill Restaurant twice in 4 days as food was just superb. Busy place but great service. Real Irish atmosphere and best value too.
Been many times before never lets us down!
We recently stayed at the Lansdowne Arms Hotel for two nights. The hotel is in a perfect location to walk the town of Kenmare. Although located downtown, our room was very quiet. The hotel is well-staffed, serves an excellent breakfast, and has a great bar...More
This hotel is in kenmare town.walking distance to all shops and restaurants.the staff are really friendly and gave loads of advice on walking trails in the area.we ate in the bar for lunch and it was very tasty,fresh and nicely presented.the breakfast was lovely,not a...More
Yes to all car park is enclosed with rooms overlooking I am sure you could ask for a room Where you could see bikes The Garda station is directly across road. Sure nobody would steal a bike in Kenmare.
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"Not much of a view from the rooms as it looks onto the street"