Breakfast at Castle Lodge

Our delicious Home Cooked Breakfasts, cooked to order, set you up for the days activities and adventures ahead whether you choose from our cold buffet selection or go for a traditionally cooked Irish Breakfast. Try a little of both!

Cold Buffet

A choice of Orange, Apple or Cranberry Juices or Grapefruit Segments

Choice of Cereals or Muesli or Fresh Home Cooked Porridge

Selection of Fresh Fruits

Choice of Irish and Continental Cheeses

Selection of Brown Soda Bread, White Bread and Toast

Choice of Jams, Marmalade and Honey

Cooked to order

For you to choose from:

Grilled Irish Bacon, Sausages, Black & White Pudding, Fresh Grilled Tomato, Beans
Choice of Poached, Scrambled, Fried or Boiled Eggs
Children’s Portions Available

Choice of Freshly Brewed Breakfast Teas, Herbal and Fruit Teas
Freshly Ground or Brewed Coffee
Hot Chocolate

(Decaffeinated Tea and Coffee Available)

All our guest bedrooms have Tea and Coffee Making facilities with Complimentary Biscuits.

We are also very happy to provide picnics and Take Away Coffees on request should you wish to enjoy the great outdoors for the day. For packages and prices, please request at reservation stage or at check-in.

New for 2017 is iRevive Beauty Salon which is located through our garden. Martina offers a wonderful range of massages, beauty treatments and relaxation treats! Click here for more information…

We have a delightful TV lounge with outdoor Terrace and Gardens for you to relax in every evening and the Lodge has complimentary Wifi access should you wish to catch up with home. There is also secure private parking for all our guests.

Plan your day in Killarney

Gap of Dunloe

Muckross House is a nineteenth century Victorian mansion located in the heart of Killarney National Park. Guided tours of the House are available year round. Muckross is also home to Muckross Traditional Farms, a reconstruction of farms in 1930s Ireland. You can also visit Muckross Craft Centre to see the craftworkers.

Tour Ross Castle

Ross Castle sits on the edge of Killarney’s lower lake and was built by O’Donoghue Mór in the 15th century. Guided tours of the Castle are available during summer months. This is also the departure point for boat trips to the nearly Inisfallen Island as well as the enclosed Waterbus tour of Killarney’s Lower Lake.