The Brehon is a luxurious, four star hotel that sits on the Muckross Road, just 1km from Killarney Town Centre. An award winning business, the hotel boasts 125 spacious guest rooms designed with everything needed for a comfortable stay in County Kerry.
There is a range of rooms available, all of which have a feeling of relaxed elegance and include toiletries, underfloor heating, complimentary WiFi, individually controlled air conditioning, TV, laptop-sized safe, tea and coffee making facilities and more. Guests also have complimentary relaxation time in the Angsana Spa, an award-winning facility with an extensive range of non-clinical treatments and massages.
The Brehon offers all the ingredients for a dining experience with a difference. The day begins with a freshly cooked breakfast created with locally sourced produce complemented with a flavoursome selection of juices, fruit, cereal, breads and cheeses.
The hotel is renowned for the afternoon tea selection served in the beautiful lobby and because the little ones deserve a treat after exploring the fairy garden, the hugely popular kids’ afternoon tea is available at weekends and during school holidays.
The Brehon Bar serves food daily. Expect a food experience above and beyond the traditional bar food staples as the dishes available here are chosen from Danú’s delectable dinner menu.
Danú’s menu offers fun, flavour and freshness in a relaxed and casual setting. With a selection of dishes from vibrant small plates to hearty mains, signature favourites to quirky takes on the classics this food is a celebration of local produce, market fresh ingredients and a talented kitchen team.
With its stunning surroundings and quality cuisine, it’s no surprise The Brehon is a top choice for corporate and social functions including weddings. The hotel boasts five creatively designed meeting rooms as well as a large function room that can cater for up to 250 people.
Killarney Town offers much in the way of sport, entertainment and cultural activities. Visitors can discover Muckross House, Torc Waterfall, Ross Castle, Dingle, Kenmare, the Ring of Kerry and much more.