About Rathkeale House Hotel
Nestled in an old orchard, this charming, family run hotel oozes the allure and character of an old world hotel. Large, spacious public areas, high ceilings, earthy colour decor, open fires and the use of wood create a unique atmosphere here in the hotel. We have 26 tastefully-decorated bedrooms, all en-suite, with direct-dial telephone, tea and coffee making facilities, air conditioning, free wi fi, free parking and multi-channel TV. Plenty to make your stay as comfortable as can be.
Relax in the newly refurbished foyer where you can enjoy a leisurely drink or light snack by the warm glow of an open log fire. The hotel grounds are beautiful with a wide combination of shrubs, trees, flowers and a beautiful array of roses all surrounding a fabulous wooden gazebo which is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the tranquil surroundings.
Be it that special treat, evening meal, wedding function or conference it is without doubt an ideal central venue.
The Hotel was re-opened in September 2011 under the ownership of Damien & Brenda O’Grady. Damien, Australian born has returned to his roots as his father was born just outside Rathkeale.
The hotel is a family-run business, so you can be assured of personal attention at all times. Our aim to ensure that your stay will be a truly memorable one, in the hope that we’ll be welcoming you back again in the future.
With ample parking for over 200 cars and coach’s, Rathkeale House Hotel is located in the heart of Munster, only 2 minutes off the main motorway connecting Dublin and Killarney (N21). The Hotel is within a 1 Hour drive of Shannon, Cork & Kerry Airports.
This makes our location ideally situated close to many of the excellent and varied attractions in the area. For information on tours and local places of interest please go to our attractions site. There you’ll find a great list of things to do all year round. Buses also run directly beside the hotel every hour to Limerick, Tralee & Killarney which can take you directly to any destination you desire such as Limerick’s city centre, Adare, and Bunratty Castle.