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Killarney, Kerry, V93 A066

9km from Killarney

Meet your host…

Noel & Eileen Spillane

Noel and Eileen are both retired teachers of Rural Science, Maths & Home Economics. Inveraray Farm has been their family home for nearly 50 years and they've been welcoming guests for nearly as long. Both love meeting people and helping them discover the stunning local area that they know so well. Their incredible knowledge of local walks, drives and tours can help you tailor your itinerary so you can utilise your time here. You're in safe hands at Inveraray.

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 west for 8km on the N72 (Ring of Kerry) towards Killorglin.

At the junction opposite O'Sullivan's shop/petrol station, take the left-hand turn towards BEAUFORT over the Beaufort Bridge.

Continue straight ahead for 1km, straight past Beaufort Bar.

Inveraray Farm is on the right-hand side of the road and is well signposted.

Postal Code:  V93A066

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
  • Satellite
  • TV in Bedroom
  • Walking
  • Wi-Fi

Customer Reviews

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03 Jun 2019 
Review Score: 6/10

Really looking forward to this stay but must admit we did feel disappointed on arrival. Location is awesome with views to kill for. Just felt that room and outside space was not as good as it could have been. We were both convinced that we could smell dog in our room which did put us off. The tea/coffee facility's were not up to standard of others we have stayed at for less money. The kettle was brown stained inside and required replacing. Hosts nice but seemed to us to be getting tired of b&b duties.Sorry but we have stayed in much better.

The Moore Family

01 Jun 2019 
Review Score: 9/10

Eileen and Noel were wonderful. Great location. Noel suggested we go to Kate Kearney's for dinner and it was perfect. We never could get connected to the wifi, either in our room or in common areas.

AJ Ellison

30 May 2019 
Review Score: 9/10

Eileen and Noel were excellent hosts! The view of the Gap of Dunloe from our room was divine, complete with cows from the family farm and friendly pup Louis. It is an older home but very clean. No wifi in our room, just the common area which made Skyping our kids a little awkward. The breakfasts were delicious and timely. Minutes from horse cart rides to the Gap of Dunloe, Kate Kearney's, a great little town and Killarney National Park entrance. Perfect placement!

Diane H

27 May 2019 
Review Score: 4/10

The grounds were nice. We had five rooms there and no one was very happy with their rooms. The bathrooms were in much need of updating. The towels were old, thin and worn, drying them on the clothes line just made them stiff. The rooms are small. The owners and there son were very nice and helpful with directions, etc.. No buffet with fruit, yogurt, and cereal like so many other B&B’s had. Not a bad place to stay but could certainly do better.

Ben Brown and Colleen O'Hara

27 May 2019 
Review Score: 10/10

Great stay and one of the highlights of our 10 day trip. Eileen was a very accommodating hostess and a great cook. Eileen directed us to Kate Kearney's Cottage where we enjoyed very good food and entertaining Irish music and dance. The countryside setting of Inveraray Farm complete with cows and the family dog was magical. Definitely would recommend to other travelers.


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