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Butler Arms Hotel
Waterville
Kerry

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Offering an intimate atmosphere with unrivalled hospitality, the charming Butler Arms Hotel, on the scenic Ring of Kerry, has been owned and managed by four generations of the Huggard Family since 1915. Three comfortable lounges provide peaceful relaxation while many of the tastefully furnished bedrooms and 12 luxury suites have magnificent ocean views. The Fishermen’s Bar is noted for superb bar food and cosmopolitan ambience and our award winning restaurant specialises in locally caught seafood. Waterville’s Lough Currane is renowned for salmon and seatrout fishing and deep sea fishing can also be arranged. The south west is home to many famous golf links including Waterville Championship Links, Ballybunion, Tralee and Old Head, Kinsale. It is an ideal base for touring the Ring of Kerry and local archeological sites - Staigue Fort, Church Island and the offshore Skelligs monastic settlement. Fine beaches, hill rambling, cycling and horse riding are close by. Excellent woodcock and snipe shooting is available from November to January. Two RAC dining awards.

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