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SELF CATERING HOLIDAY HOMES

You want the convenience of a hotel, but you'd also like the freedom of self-catering accommodation. There is a perfect solution: The Kenmare Bay Hotel 4-star holiday homes. Located on the grounds of the Kenmare Bay Hotel & Resort, these holiday homes can comfortably sleep up to seven people, making them the ideal choice for groups and families.

All the facilities of the hotel are available to you, but you also have the home comforts of an exceptionally well-equipped holiday home. Finished to a 4 star standard, each roomy and attractive 2-storey house has everything you need for an enjoyable stay. For large groups, book adjacent holiday homes: The gardens can be shared for sociable summer evenings.

Facilities include:

  • Accommodation for up to 7 people (includes sofa bed in lounge)
  • Master en-suite double bedroom
  • Twin room
  • Single room
  • Separate family bathroom
  • Open plan kitchen/dining room complete with all modern conveniences
  • Living room with a fold out sofa bed, multi-channel TV/DVD unit, Chorus channels and open fire
  • Downstairs toilet
  • Complimentary parking
  • French doors opening onto a semi-private garden complete with patio and picnic table (gas BBQ available on request)
  • Travel cot and high chair. (cot linen not supplied)
  • Stair gates available on request
  • Easy access to the picturesque town of Kenmare is a short stroll from the hotel, via a pathway

 

SELF CATERING LUXURY LODGES

Sometimes you need to escape, but not too far. That's where the Kenmare Bay Hotel self-catering luxury lodges come in. Discreetly located in the grounds of the Kenmare Bay Hotel, the four-star luxury lodges (two-bedroom, bathrooms en-suite) give you sumptuous comfort in a secluded setting just moments' walk from all the facilities of the hotel.

Open the door to your luxury lodge and enter an elegant world of spacious, well-appointed rooms finished to an exceptional standard and offering every convenience and comfort.

FACILITIES INCLUDE:

  • Accommodation for 5 people (includes sofa bed in one bedroom)
  • 2 master en-suite king-size bedrooms (available as twin/double rooms)
  • LCD TV's in each bedroom; separate bath & shower in each bathroom
  • Sofa bed in one of the bedrooms
  • State-of-the-art fully fitted kitchen with granite worktops and walnut flooring
  • Open plan dining room and elegant lounge area with LCD TV, DVD, Chorus channels, MP3 docking station and open fire
  • Complimentary parking
  • French doors opening onto a private garden equipped with patio and picnic table (gas BBQ available on request)
  • Travel cot and high chair. (cot linen not provided)
  • One wheelchair accessible lodge; 3 single storey lodges (on request only).
  • Stair gates available on request
  • Within easy walking distance of Kenmare

 

FORELANDS SELF CATERING HOLIDAY HOUSES

Forelands Holiday Homes are located off-site in Kenmare town, a two-minute drive or five-minute walk from the Kenmare Bay Hotel. Residents enjoy the best of both worlds, with the freedom of a centrally located self-catering house combined with access to all hotel facilities.

Your Forelands Holiday House is a haven of space and comfort, with all the flexibility of self-catering accommodation and a convenient location close to both the Kenmare Bay Hotel and the centre of Kenmare. Groups of all kinds are welcome at the hotel, so do contact us for great group discounts.

Facilities include:

  • Accommodation for up to 8 people (includes pull-down double bed in lounge)
  • En-suite double room
  • 2nd double room
  • Twin room
  • Separate family bathroom
  • Spacious open plan kitchen/dining room fitted with every modern convenience
  • Living room with pull down double bed, TV & DVD player
  • Downstairs toilet
  • Complimentary parking very close to house
  • Rear communal gardens complete with patio and access to BBQ
  • Travel cot and high chair. (cot linen not supplied)
  • Stair gates available on request
  • Adjacent to the picturesque town of Kenmare

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