Welcome, and Failte to the Ballybunion Manor Inn, located deep in the heart of the Kingdom, that is Kerry. The managment will indeed make your stay a memorable one, with over 9 fabulously decorated rooms all en-suite, you can relax in comfort and style at the same time.
So if your planning a trip in the south west then make The Manor Inn your destination.
Nine Rooms En-Suite
TV, Hairdryer, Alarm Clock, Coffee & Tea Making Facilities in all Rooms
Breakfast served until 10:30 AM
At The Manor Inn, Ballybunion, we will indeed make you stay as comfortable as possible, below are some of the major facilities which we offer our guests, if there is anything else, which we have listed, and you would like us to provide, then please do not hesitate to contact us.
All rooms are En-Suite.
All rooms have Colour Television.
All Rooms have Hairdryers.
Tea/ Coffee making facilities in the dining room & in bedrooms if required
Luxurious Sitting Room for guests use .
Central Heating throughout the entire house.
Laundry facilities if required by guests.
All major credit cards accepted.
Beautiful view of the Atlantic Coastline from the room windows.
Minutes walk to the Ballybunion.
Each Beautifully adorned room, has it's own unique view of the surrounding area, and each room has thus been appropriatly named. Take in the splendor of the 'Cnoc and Mhór' hills from the Cnoc an Fhomair room, and from the Doon Point room marvel at the beauty of the Ballybunion Coastline. From the Shannon room, you can see the River Shannon, Ireland's largest river, as it flows into the mouth of the Atlantic.
Relax in our Living Room, which has been elegantly decorated with pieces from all over the world, and in those long winter night, enjoy the comfort of an open log fireplace. Enjoy your full Irish Breakfast, in our wonderfully styled dining room, where we offer you an extensive choice of food, including fruit, cereals, yoghurts, and of course that Irish Breakfast, Bacon, Sausages, Eggs, and Irish Pudding.
The Manor Inn, Ballybunion is located in the heart of the Shannon Region which is one of the most beautiful parts of Ireland. It gets its name from the Shannon River that flows through its centre which is the longest river in Ireland & the U. K. The Shannon Region has a fascinating Atlantic coastline & the Purity of the air refreshes in the region has to be experienced to be believed.
The Shannon region consists of counties Kerry, Clare, Limerick, &
The Manor Inn, makes the ideal touring base to expierience everything that the Shannon Region has to offer.
Ballybunion with its extensive beach and spectacular scenery has all the attractions of an established seaside resort. Home to one of the world's finest golf courses with its magnificent clubhouse the town is also renowned for its world famous Seaweed Baths.
Carrigafoyle Castle is situated outside Ballylongford. Ballylongford at the head of the bay and is guarded on each side by Lislaughtin Abbey and Carrigafoyle Castle. This castle was built by the O' Connor chieftains in1490.
Tralee is the capital of Kerry and has a lot of attractions to keep any visitor happy.
Blennerville Windmill (c.1800) is the largest working windmill in Ireland and Great Britain The Kerry County Museum is housed in one of Tralee's finest buildings, the Ash Memorial Hall. It presents the history and archaeology of Kerry in a very exciting way. The Jeanie Johnson visitor Shipyard will introduce visitors to traditional shipbuilding with lots of displays on the development of timber ships and the historical background to Irish emigration.
Steam Railway, the Tralee - Blennerville section of the world famous Tralee & Dingle railway has been restored and you can now take a ride from Blennerville Windmill to a station near the Aqua Dome. Town Park where the Ashe Memorial hall is situated on. The beautiful landscaped lawns with a children's playground and recreational amenities for adults .The roses look spectacular when in full bloom in August.
Greyhound Stadium is a new ultra modern greyhound stadium in luxurious surroundings. It is the place to go for a fun night out, great food and excitement. Open every Tuesday & Friday at 8 p.m. & also Saturday during the summer months.
A Day In The Bog is located half way between Listowel & Tralee on the N69.You can stroll around the thatched cottage, learn how blanket bogs were formed, how people cut the turf, wander around the garden or go and see the pet's corner. You can also have a cup of tea in front of a turf open fire. There is a great session of Irish music every Friday night. Open March to October from 10am to 6pm.
Ratoo Round Tower located near the village of Ballyduff. This 28 metre high round tower or bell tower is one of the finest in Ireland and the only surviving one in Kerry. It dates from the 10th or the 11th century. There are also the relics of an almost obliterated monastery and a 15th century church of little interest.
Crag Cave is located on the Abbeyfeale side of Castleisland.
Killarney is the most famous of Irish places of beauty and one of the most famous for spectacular scenery in the world. When one visits Killarney you will return home feeling refreshed and lots of beautiful memories.
Muckross House & Gardens & Traditional Farms.
Killarney Watercoach Cruises are an ideal way to view the National Park and the lakes of Killarney
Ring Of Kerry is Irelands most famous tours. The tour is mostly taken anti-clockwise where spectacular views await you. The circuit takes in Killorglin, Glenbeig, Caherciveen, Waterville, Sneem, and Kenmare and Killarney town. Glenbeigh is very busy in summer because of its beautiful beach and its famous golf course at Dooks.
The Dingle Peninsula is best known the world over for its magnificent scenery, Fungie the dolphin, and the most archaeological sites in Ireland.
County Clare is only 25 minutes away from The Manor Inn, Ballybunion, by taking the Tarbert drive on drive off car ferry. County Clare has an abundance of visual riches from the river Shannon, Cliffs of Moher, the Burren region, Aillwee Cave, Doolin, and beautiful beaches.
The Burren is Irelands ecological treasure. The name Burren comes from the Irish name meaning stony place. Its formation has lain unspoilt since the ice age and is composed of karstic limestone, the largest area of such in Western Europe.