Park Lodge is a modern spacious luxurious home, tastefully decorated with a pleasing and tranquil atmosphere. Set in the small town of Abbeyfeale, it is the ideal base for touring the South West, convenient to Ballybunion, Tralee, Killarney, Dingle and Crag Cave. Abbeyfeale itself boasts some thirty pubs, excellent restaurants, horse riding, festivals and picturesque walks Your hosts offer a warm welcome upon arrival with a chat over a cup of tea or coffee.
All Bedrooms at Park Lodge are en-suite, bright, modern, and tastefully designed.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Tea/ Coffee making facilities
- Luxurious Sitting Room for guests use.
- Central Heating throughout the house.
- Laundry facilities if required.
- Garden for guest use.
- Cot Available
- Beautiful view of The Feale Valley from the room windows.
An extensive breakfast menu is available and served each morning in the bright dining room giving guests a kick start to their day
On The Map: Abbeyfeale is a historical market town in County Limerick, Ireland near the boundary with County Kerry.
The main feature in Abbeyfeale’s Square is a statue of Father William Casey. Fr. Casey was the parish priest from 1883 to 1907 and helped the tenant farmers fight against their landlords. The local Gaelic football team is named in his honour. The town is known for its extensive musical tradition, notably the Celtic progressive-rock musician Lorcan O’Neill being raised in this town with other exponents of traditional music such as Donal Murphy and Eibhlin Healy both living in the town. The town previously had an abbey, located in the centre of the town square, but this has since all but disappeared, and the only identifiable remnants are those used in the construction of the Roman Catholic Church in 1847, on the site of the current boys national school on Church street.