Therese O’Shea offers a warm County Kerry welcome to guests at 4-star awarded O’Sheas Ceol Na Habhann, situated on a working 60 acre farm, 1.5km from Kenmare town off the N71 killarney ring of Kerry road. This guesthouse provides an excellent location for touring the Ring of Kerry, Beara Peninsula and the lakes of Killarney. Guests can indulge in a delicious breakfast menu, admire the tranquil rural scenery and even use a private BBQ area on fine evenings. In the town of Kenmare, guests can visit the 200-year-old parklands, take a dive in Kenmare Bay and relax with a pint in one of the town’s many pubs. Unwind with a cup of tea in the lounge area or in the seating area of the gardens while soaking up the views and listening to the ‘Ceol na hAbhann’ (‘Music of the River’) as River Finnihy runs parallel to house and its melody and echo from the forest can be clearly heard from the gardens.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Cot Available
- Facilities for Pets
- Hair Dryer
- Internet Access
- Light Meals Available
- No Smoking
- Private Car Park
- Tea In Bedrooms
- TV in Bedroom
Breakfast is served in the dining room from 8am until 10am (alternative times are available upon request). The breakfast menu includes a continental breakfast buffet, freshly cooked traditional Irish Breakfast, sweet maple syrup pancakes and many more options. Each breakfast is accompanied with Therese’s freshly baked scones which we guarantee are delicious!! All food is locally sourced as part or our Green Tourism Business Scheme. Special dietary requirements are catered for on prior request.
- Juices and a wide selection of cereal
- Creamy Oatmeal Porridge served with honey or yogurt
- Pancakes served with golden syrup
- Traditional Irish Breakfast
- Scrambled, Poached and Boiled Eggs
- Beans on Toast
- Home made brown bread, scones and toast
- Tea, Coffee, Hot Chocolate, herbal and decaffeinated options available
Kenmare, County Kerry
On the Map: Kenmare is located in scenic County Kerry in the southwest of Ireland. The town is accessed via the scenic N71 road that connects the cities of Killarney (to the north) & Glengarriff (to the south).
Kenmare, with its pastel coloured houses, is along with Killarney, a usual starting point for the Ring of Kerry round trip. The small charming town, founded by a handful of Englishmen in 1670, has every tourist convenience imaginable, including 2 of the most luxurious hotels in Ireland, both of which have been awarded much coveted Michelin stars: The Park Hotel and Sheen Falls Lodge. Kenmare boasts a remarkable number of excellent restaurants and quality pubs for a town of its size, and has garnered a fantastic reputation as a gourmet destination in recent years. Owing to its enviable location adjacent to Kenmare Bay and the River Finnehy, all set against the backdrop of the Kerry Mountains, Kenmare’s picturesque aspect is hard to match.