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South West Ireland

Enjoy the vibrant counties of Cork and Kerry with their distinctive scenery, sounds and tastes. Visit the ancient cities of Limerick and Waterford.

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Ireland’s second largest city is a thriving cultural hotspot, packed full of diverse restaurants and traditional pubs. Visit the historic English market, full of local and artisan foods and discover the city’s ancient monuments such as St Anne’s church and the French Gothic spires of St Finbarr’s Cathedral.

Gresham Hotel, Cork

Maldron Hotel, Cork

Clarion Hotel, Cork

South West Ireland


County Kerry in the southwest of Ireland, is known for its striking terrain and has one of Ireland’s most famous scenic driving routes, The Ring of Kerry. It’s capital, Killarney is a busy tourist town, with lots of pubs and restaurants. Explore Killarney national Park, with its forests, moorland, waterfall and the spectacular Torc Mountain.

The Earl of Desmond Hotel


This hotel is owned and operated by the White's Hotel Group

The Earl of Desmond Hotel is in Tralee, the capital of Co. Kerry. With mature landscaped gardens to the front and rear, it is an ideal choice whether you are hosting your big day, or just seeking a relaxing break.

Open spacious bright and welcoming foyer, with our Baby Grand Piano, and bespoke furniture, it’s a welcome place to relax and begin your break, or take time out to review the business of the day if your stay is work related.

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The Abbeygate Hotel, Tralee

Heights Hotel, Killarney

South West Ireland


Limerick city, the fourth largest city in Ireland has witnessed a rebirth in recent years and in 2014 was chosen as the Irish city of Culture. Developments included a rejuvenated waterfront, a new boardwalk as well as a renovation of the 13th century St John’s Castle. The city centre also has excellent shops, stores and is close to Shannon airport.

South Court Hotel, Limerick

Limerick City Hotel

Fitzgerald Woodlands Hotel, Limerick

South West Ireland


Waterford located in the southeast Ireland, is Ireland’s oldest city. Founded by Vikings in 914 A.D, the city has been extensively redeveloped but still retains parts of its Viking and Norman past. Visit some of the city’s excellent museums and discover the story of it’s iconic Waterford Crystal.

Treacy’s Hotel, Waterford

Viking Hotel, Waterford

Dooleys Hotel, Waterford