Welcome to the Arbutus Hotel

A boutique hotel in the heart of Killarney

If you are seeking an utterly unique experience, genuine Irish hospitality and a hotel with character, the Arbutus Hotel is for you. Established in 1926 by our grandparents, we continue our proud family tradition of extending the warmest of welcomes to the Arbutus Hotel and Killarney.

We are perfectly situated amongst the shops, pubs and restaurants of Killarney town centre, minutes’ walk from the train station. Parking is available in the adjacent carpark.

Each room has an individual charm, blending antique pieces with contemporary comforts to create a haven of peace and relaxation. Our famous breakfast is served daily until 11am with a great selection to choose from and full Irish cooked to order.

Enjoy a drink, a chat and maybe a bit of music in Buckley’s Bar. From the wood panelled walls and turf fire to musicians playing in the corner, some things have changed very little since founder Tim Buckley’s time.

The Kingdom of Kerry Is Yours To Discover

The Arbutus Hotel is the perfect location to explore the Kingdom of Kerry. It’s picture postcard mountains, lakes, coasts, towns and castles are on your doorstep. Killarney National Park with Muckross House and the Torc waterfall are 5 minutes drive. Killarney town is the start of your journey along the Ring of Kerry. Catch a boat tour of Skellig Michael from Portmagee, just an hours drive away. Discover more fantastic local attractions to visit.

Céad Míle Fáilte

At the Arbutus you are the most important person. Our team are delighted to answer as many questions as you have and make your stay the most enjoyable it can be.

We look forward to sharing our hotel and this incredible part of the world with you.


Book here on our official website

It's always €10 cheaper per night

 
Book here on our official website

Hotel Bedrooms

Both beautiful & boutique

 
Hotel Bedrooms

Discover Kerry

On your doorstep

 
Discover Kerry

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