Carriglea House is situated just 2km from Killarney town, peacefully located in thirty acres of private grounds and mature gardens adjoining the 10,000 acre Killarney National Park. An enchanting 19th century Victorian residence, with unrivaled and enviable location, overlooking the Killarney Lakes and mountains, with direct access to the lake shore, walking and cycle trails. Eileen and John Beazley provide guests with the warmest of welcomes and an authentic taste of Irish country life. Carriglea House comes highly recommended by numerous guide books, but more importantly, it comes highly recommended from the guests, many of whom come back year after year.
Carriglea House is approached from the Muckross Road, N71, by either of two sweeping tree lined avenues. Opposite Carriglea House is the entrance to the Killarney National Park, where one can enjoy beautiful scenery as well as numerous walks and cycling trails. Killarney has much to offer its visitor, at night there are many gourmet restaurants and pubs to choose from, while during the day there is a wide range of outdoor pursuits and sight seeing to avail of. Take a short stroll by the shores of Lough Leane, visit the 15th century Muckross Abbey, explore Muckross House and Gardens or just relax in our large gardens and peaceful surroundings. Carriglea House is a perfect base for touring, located on Muckross Road which is part of The Ring Of Kerry and The Kerry Way walking routes, minutes from Muckross House and Gardens and Killarney Lakes. Also ideal for touring the Dingle Peninsula, Beara and Glengarriff and the Ring of Kerry.