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Inns in Killarney

McSweeney Arms Hotel
College Street
Killarney
Kerry

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In the heart of Killarney's town centre, this family-run hotel offers charming accommodation and a bar and restaurant renowned for its warm atmosphere, good food and good company. The McSweeney Arms Hotel is something of a landmark in Killarney. Located right in the heart of one of Ireland's most famous towns, the McSweeney family have enjoyed welcoming guests here for over 50 years. Proud of its long tradition of hospitality and friendliness, Tony and Pauline McSweeney and their team work hard to provide high-quality service and care.

Tony's Sandtrap Bar and Restaurant is the heart of the hotel and enjoys a great reputation for its atmosphere and its food. Hunters Restaurant is open from Tuesday to Saturday and offers fine cuisine. The hotel's good location and comfortable accommodation makes it a great base from which to enjoy the delights of Killarney and the magnificent coastline of South-West Ireland.

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Credit Cards Accepted
Evening Meal Provided
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
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