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Dromquinna Manor

  • helipad
  • children welcome
  • internet access
  • wine licence
  • parking available
  • credit card accepted

Contact Information

Dromquinna Manor
John Brennan
Sneem Road, Kenmare,
Co.Kerry

Telephone: +353 (0)64-664
Email: admin@dromquinnamanor.com
Web: dromquinnamanor.com

If you’re fed up with the same old hotel routine and want to shake things up, without sacrificing your creature comforts and holiday pampering, then check out the fabulous ...

Dromquinna Manor
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Good to know

Open:
Feb 14th - Oct 31st
Price:
€160-€350
Dinner:
Yes
Credit Cards:
Yes
Parking:
Yes
Spa:
No
Swimming Pool:
No
Wifi:
Yes

About The Hotel

If you’re fed up with the same old hotel routine and want to shake things up, without sacrificing your creature comforts and holiday pampering, then check out the fabulous Dromquinna Manor Estate in Kenmare.

This stunning estate, set right by the water’s edge, and overlooking Kenmare Bay,  is home to Ireland's very best glamping experience. The tents at Dromquinna Manor are custom made by specialists in India to provide you with the ultimate luxury outdoor lodgings. The tents even feature ‘double-skin’ roofs which absorb the sound of rainfall to ensure a peaceful night’s sleep. As for bedding, the tents feature fully sprung 5-star king size Wilderness beds with snooze toppers, goosedown duvets and pillows and crisp white cotton linen.

The tents are located on the estate’s west side, close to the toilets, showers, kitchen, laundry, games room, playground, reading room and shop

Levelled decks and verandas are a great touch, with the tents being placed strategically to take full advantage of the surrounding beauty – perfect for those unforgettable moments.

If you want to push the luxury meter a little bit more, then book a stay at their exclusive Hideaway. Described as ‘paradise within paradise’ this sizeable tent is tucked away in its own private piece of heaven, with its own private bathroom, and is well stocked with luxury amenities to enhance your stay, from toiletries and bathrobes to board games and books.

If the outdoors just isn’t for you, then perhaps their ‘Potting Sheds’ are just thing. Cosy and modern with private gardens, super king sized beds and en-suite facilities, they’re as close to nature as it gets whilst staying indoors. They also have a gorgeous self-contained, self-catering house on the premises called the Bolthole, which features three bedrooms including a master en-suite, full kitchen, family den and outdoor patio with BBQ, and might be just perfect for that big family holiday.

The active bods will love Dromquinna Manor for the assortment of outdoor activities nearby with horse riding stables, golf courses, bike hire, sailing, kayaking and a water activity park all practically at your fingertips, not to mention the Ring of Kerry and the Kerry Way walk. In fact, with on site mooring facilities, the sea farers among you can even sail right up to Dromquinna Manor.

As for food and drink, you have to try their delightful Boathouse Bistro, which is a wonderful place to eat at any time of day with great modern bistro fare, an excellent gin menu and breathtaking views out over the water.

For weddings and events, be sure to check out Dromquinnna Manor’s ‘Shutter on the Pier’ entertainment space. An absolutely gorgeous indoor/outdoor nautical space with white vaulted cielings and French doors opening onto the terrace with beautiful views of Kenmare Bay beyond.

So, if you fancy heading to the great outdoors, but don’t want to sacrifice your iPhone or king size bed, then Dromquinna Manor is the place for you.

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