Once run by the Herbert family who owned the property for over 200 years, the now-restored Cahernane House Hotel provides luxury and comfort in a setting that recalls the grandeur of its historic past.
Originally a rectory, built in 1906, the family-owned Randles Hotel has been transformed into an elegant luxury hotel which welcomes guests with convivial charm.
Upon entering the hotel, there is a simultaneous feeling of grandeur and intimacy. In the drawing room, graceful decor is coupled with a warm slate fireplace and comfy blue and yellow chairs. Hallways are lined with tapestries and guest rooms are adorned with antique furnishings yet livened by a palette of reds, blues and purples.
The hotel has two classically-styled restaurants The Court and Checkers, which serve refined, uncomplicated menus with a focus on seafood. There is also a swimming pool, steam room, sauna and holistic day spa.
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Rooms are tastefully and classically decorated with the same combination of antique style and plush comfort as is found in the lobby and drawing room. Each is individually designed, some in a comfy, country house style, while others have slightly more contemporary decor. King rooms offer partial mountain views while junior suites have a separate shower and roll-topped or Jacuzzi baths. Family rooms and inter-connecting rooms are also available. All rooms feature flat screen TVs, Wi-Fi and European and US sockets.
The hotel is situated on Muckross Road, which is the main road leading into Killarney. The heart of the town can be reached within a ten minute walk. Randles is also very close to the lakes and mountains which surround the town and is only a short drive from Killarney National Park.
Food and drink
Checkers, with its characteristic black and white tiled flooring, and The Court, with its stylish antique decor, both serve a menu of simple yet sophisticated Irish fare. The chef has created a delicious menu selection which features only the freshest local ingredients and focuses particularly on local fish.
Facilities and activities
Both the Club Sánte Leisure Centre and the Zen Day Spa are highlights of a stay at Randles Hotel. Club Sánte hosts facilities exclusively for guests of the hotel, such as an indoor pool, a steam room and a sauna. For a bit more pampering, the Zen Day Spa offers a range of holistic therapeutic facial and body treatments as well as beauty treatments including manicures and pedicures.
A characterful property within easy walking distance of the heart of Killarney town, Randles Hotel has a wonderfully friendly ambience.
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Alternative places to stay nearby
Where possible, we like to offer a range of accommodation for each stop of your trip, chosen by our specialists as some of their favorite places to stay. To help you make the right choice, we give each property a rating based on its facilities and service, but we also look for hotels with distinct character or a location that can’t be bettered.
Effortlessly elegant, the historic Great Southern Killarney is a lavish heritage property featuring relaxing guest rooms, inviting lounges, exquisite cuisine and a first-rate gym and spa. It is unmatched within the Killarney region.
The charming Killarney Park Hotel is well known for its warm hospitality, delicious cuisine and stylish lounges. Situated in the heart of the town, the hotel offers stunning vistas of the Killarney mountains.
A convivial atmosphere, genuine welcome and classically elegant decor make the Killarney Royal a wonderful base for exploring the nearby national park. Staff go out of their way to ensure guests are comfortable, guest rooms are stylish and the food indulgent.
The Muckross Park Hotel & Spa puts a modern twist on traditional elegance. Featuring an award-winning spa, multiple restaurants and sprawling grounds laced with hiking and cycling trails, this hotel offers a variety of relaxation options for guests.
Experiences while staying here
The following activities are designed to give you the most authentic experiences of the area where you’re staying. We work with local guides, who use their knowledge and often a resident’s eye to show you the main sights and more out-of-the-way attractions. Our specialists can also suggest outdoor pursuits and activities, such as cooking classes, that will introduce you to the traditions of the area’s inhabitants.
Discover the stunning lakeland scenery of Killarney National Park on this leisurely looped tour up the magnificent Gap of Dunloe, an ancient glacial valley, by horse and carriage then across the inky Killarney lakes in an open boat.
Discover the secrets behind the making of Irish whiskey on this enjoyable experience that introduces key ingredients and the difference they make to a whiskey's taste and tone. You'll get a tutored tasting as well as pairings with wonderful farmhouse cheeses.
Paddle across the inky depths of Lough Leane in a kayak to discover the mysterious ruins of Innisfallen Island, an incredibly romantic spot in the heart of the Killarney lakes where Irish heroes were educated and a herd of deer roam freely.
Discover the scenery of the Ring of Kerry on this immersive full-day tour that brings you to some of Ireland's most scenic spots. Take in views of rugged cliffs, ancient monastic sites, stone forts and the legendary Killarney National Park.