WELCOME TO THE BIRCHES KILLARNEY GUESTHOUSE

The Birches Killarney is a newly established guest accommodation just 2 minutes walk from Killarney town centre and Killarney National Park. Situated on a quiet street within walking distance from Killarney House and Gardens it gives you a perfect location. Guesthouse has been purposefully designed to offer comfortable and luxurious accommodation. We offer not only stylish and comfortable rooms but also a lounge room where you can relax in the morning with cup of tea or coffee. Additional benefits on top of the great standard is spacious, free of charge car park. We can assure you of a warm welcome and you can look forward to a pleasant stay.

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FROM KILLARNEY TOWN CENTRE

“Killarney is a vibrant tourist town in South Kerry located on northereastern shore of Lough Leane. It is part of Killarney National Park, Ireland’s oldest National Park and is home to many spectacular tourist attraction like St Mary’s Cathedral, Muckross House, the lakes of Killarney, Ross Castle, the Gap of Dunloe, MacGillycuddy’s Reeks and Torc Waterfall. Its natural heritage, history and location on the Ring of Kerry makes it, one of Ireland’s premier tourist destinations. Killarney is a wonderful, historic town which is famous for its Irish entertainment, hospitality and fantastic nightlife. Full of authentic bars and restaurants, lovely shops and great atmosphere gives you an experience you are going to remember.”

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“This is a great place to stay, and I can’t recommend it highly enough. Spotlessly clean, in a very quiet and peaceful location!”

CHRIS BLAKE, LONDON

“Lovely guest house. We had a large bedroom. The room was spotless and very comfortable with an en-suite bathroom. There is a lovely lounge for guests to use with a good selection of books to read. The on site parking is handy.”

JAKUB SAŁACH, POLAND

KILLARNEY

Vibrant Tourist Town

Ross Castle

Ross Castle sits on the edge of Killarney’s lower lake and was built by O’Donoghue Mór in the 15th century. The Castle came into the hands of the Brownes who became the Earls of Kenmare and owned an extensive portion of the lands that are now part of Killarney National Park .

St Mary’s Cathedral

St. Mary’s Cathedral was designed by the renowned English Architect Augustus Welby Pugin, who is said to have gained inspiration from the ruins of Ardfert Cathedral “which is particularly evident in the slender triple lancets in the east and west walls”.

The lakes of Killarney

The Lakes of Killarney are a scenic attraction located in Killarney National Park near Killarney, County Kerry, in Ireland. They consist of three lakes – Lough Leane, Muckross Lake (also called Middle Lake) and Upper Lake.