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Killarney, Kerry, V93 A066

9km from Killarney

Meet your host…

Noel & Eileen Spillane

Both retired teachers of Rural science, Maths & Home Economics. B& B business since 1975 with total commitment to our many guests that return each year. A great love of meeting with people & discussing the different cultures & ways of life. Noel has a great knowledge of all the local walks, tours, fishing habitats, birds & nature. & mountain walks & how best to utilize your time be it 1,2 or 3 days.

V93 A066

Embrace lake and mountain views in the cosy, family-run Inveraray bed and breakfast. Recommended by the Michelin Guide and Le Guide du Routard, hosts Noel and Eileen Spillane have been welcoming guests since 1975. Only 9km from bustling Killarney, guests can enjoy the best of rural and town life. Guests can avail of free trout/salmon fishing and enjoy scenic nature walks. The Spillanes share a wealth of local knowledge, arrange sightseeing tours and provide complimentary tea on arrival. Ideal for tours of the Ring of Kerry, Beara Peninsula, Ross Castle and Dingle, guests will be awed by County Kerry’s landscape.

How to get here

From Killarney drive for 8km on the N72 West  on Ring of Kerry Road.

At the junction opposite O'Sullivan's shop/petrol station, take the left-hand turn over Laune   stone bridge.

Continue straight ahead for 1km straight past Beaufort Bar. Inveraray is on the right-hand side of the road and is well signposted.

Postal Code   V93A066


Trout and Salmon fishing on river Laune . Permit available in local Shop .

Sat Nav: Lat (52.064656) - Long (-9.634775)


  • Cot Available
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Cycling
  • Golfing within 5kms
  • Hair Dryer
  • Horse Riding
  • Internet Access
  • Irish Spoken
  • Ironing
  • No Smoking House
  • Private Car Park
  • TV in Bedroom
  • Walking
  • Wi-Fi

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Ryan & Kayleen Tisdall

16 Apr 2018 
Review Score: 10/10

We stayed here 3 nights and wish we could have stayed longer! This was a great location to access many of the things Kilarney has to offer. We hiked Kilarney national park, Torc Mountain, Macgillycuddy's reeks/carrauntoohil, walked through the Gap of Dunloe, and still did not do everything we wanted to there. The views from the house are breath taking with the Gap of Dunloe and Macgillycuddy's reeks in the distance. The city is an easy 10-15min drive from the house with tons of options for dinning/shopping/etc. Eileen is an amazing host and serves a fantastic breakfast. Thank you Eileen for having us, we had an amazing time!

Katie Raistrick

08 Apr 2018 
Review Score: 7/10

Louie, the farm dog, was a great companion throughout our stay. Owners were friendly and helpful. Rooms were a bit outdated and some issues finding the location. This was more of a GPS technology issue however. Overall positive stay.


08 Apr 2018 
Review Score: 9/10

Inveraray was a beautiful home with amazing scenery and a great location! Eileen was so sweet and really helpful as we were trying to decide what sights to see and activities to do in the area. And the location of the home is perfect for all the activities in the Killarney area. It was less than a 5 minute drive to start the hike to the Gap of Dunloe and an easy drive or cab ride into town, but also nice to be a bit off the beaten path. Her breakfasts were delicious and the breakfast room had a beautiful view of the mountains. If you're looking for a little more country feel than a B&B right in Killarney, this is a great spot!

Donna Canty

03 Apr 2018 
Review Score: 10/10

Great B&B and hospitality Would highly recommend it While not in Killarney it is a good location to tour the area. Great dinner recommendation

Tom Banks

23 Dec 2017 
Review Score: 10/10

What a magical place! We stayed in a room with a breathtaking view of the Gap of Dunloe. After a long day of driving the Ring of Kerry, it was a real treat to sit and just stare out the window while my dear one napped. I can't overstate the pastoral majesty of the property, and no reason exists for one to fight the bustle in busy Killarney when this is nearby. Noel is a local expert. He spent a few rounds with me looking over the maps and providing advice on our next day's plans: Killarney National Park. Louie, the dog-on-duty, was another highlight. We spent wonderful moments playing with him in the yard as the day waned. We dined nearby at Kate Kearney's to the delights of trad music and dance. Breakfast the next day way prompt and splendid; i enjoyed muesli for the first time, and Eileen kindly talked me through the accepted options for enjoying this delicacy. Our only regret was that we didn't stay longer. If we find our way back here again, we'll stay for a few more nights and dedicate full days to hiking in the National Park and exploring the Kerry coastline.


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