We select hotels with your comfort in mind, with careful consideration for convenient location, amenities, and services. In addition to finding hotels with all the essentials and luxuries you deserve, we choose lodgings with special charms. All accommodations O’Shea’s of Kerry uses offer private bath and are highly rated by the Irish Tourist Board and sites such as TripAdvisor.
We routinely inspect our hotels to insure high standards are maintained. Here are some of the preferred accommodations we use…
The Fairview, Killarney
Located in the centre of Killarney, Fairview Lodge sets new standards for accommodation and service. Completely refurbished and redeveloped it offers the guest comfort and standard which few can match. Rooms at Fairview Lodge are special. Spacious and decorated with a very fine eye each contain ensuite bathroom ( some with Jacuzzi ), king size bed, antique furniture, hardwood floors, iron and trouser press, tea coffee making facilities, multi-channel television, direct dial telephone, to name but a few. The attention to detail is very obvious and sets out Fairview from its competition. For golfers a drying room is available which always comes in handy when one travels to Ireland.
A full and extensive breakfast menu is on offer to the hungry guest, served by trained and experienced waiters. Enjoy the buzz of this wonderful town and be close to the great restaurants, entertainment and night life. Just a short walk away is the National Park Demesne, the ancient friary and unique to Killarney, the Jarvies, who provide a pleasant trip around the area by horse driven carriage.
The Schoolhouse, Dublin
For those seeking somewhere a little bit different in Dublin, The Schoolhouse Hotel is definitely ahead of its class. Unique, intimate and ideally located, the four star Schoolhouse Hotel exudes a warm and friendly atmosphere. The hotel is located just 15 minutes walk from many of Dublin’s main visitor attractions: the fashionable shopping area of Grafton Street, Trinity College, St. Stephen’s Green, The National Museum, The R.D.S. and the Aviva Stadium.
The original building of the hotel was designed by the famous architectural partnership of Sir Thomas Dean and Benjamin Woodward, a partnership which also designed two of Dublin’s finest buildings, the Museum Building at Trinity College and the Kildare Street Club. The building opened as St Stephen’s parochial School in 1861 and was at centre of the Battle of Mount Street during the 1916 Easter Rising. The school closed in 1969 and did not re-open again until 1998, when it opened its doors as the Schoolhouse Hotel. The Schoolhouse Hotel has retained many of its original features from its days as St. Stephen’s Parochial School. Its former classrooms now host the award-winning Satchels Restaurant and the lively and popular Inkwell Bar. Sleepy heads can relax in style. Combining old world charm with today’s modern facilities, the 4-star Schoolhouse Hotel comprises 31 deluxe en-suite bedrooms, fully equipped and to a very high standard.
The House Hotel, Galway
Welcome to the House, a luxurious boutique hotel in Galway. Ideally located in the heart of the city surrounded by shopping areas, vibrant bars and restaurants. The House Hotel represents the ideal ‘home away from home’ with its cozy atmosphere, chic style, excellent facilities and personalized service. Modern and contemporary in style with classic furnishings.
We provide the lavish comfort and practicalities you need when traveling for business or pleasure. The ground floor public area is spacious and open, with the Reception, Lounge, Bar and Restaurant creating a free flowing internal space where guests can relax and socialize — just like at home! The vibrant colors and textures of the hotels interiors provide a rich sensory effect, enhancing its warm and friendly atmosphere.
The Acton Hotel, Kinsale
4 Star Hotel with 73 bedrooms, spectacularly located overlooking Kinsale Harbour. Relax in the Captain’s Table award-winning restaurant, Waterfront bar & bistro, Leisure Centre and Gardens. Actons Hotel is ideally situated for a vacation featuring some of Ireland’s best golf, sailing, fishing and other sporting activities nearby. Each of our 73 bedrooms is appointed to international standards and bear testament to what good design can achieve. Front rooms enjoy superb garden and sea views and a number of suites offer even more spacious comfort.
Kinsale is ‘the gourmet capital of Ireland’ and Actons Hotel has been instrumental in the creation of this international reputation. The Captain’s Table Restaurant, a member of the prestigious “Kinsale Restaurant Association” draws on an eclectic menu to provide an exceptional culinary experience created by award-winning chefs. Our restaurant also boasts an AA Rosette for its excellent food, acclaiming a high degree of competence with imaginative dishes utilising the best of Irish and local ingredients.
Bushmills Inn, Antrim
In the village that is home to the worlds oldest distillery, between the Giants Causeway and Royal Portrush Golf Club this award winning hotel and restaurant has been outstandingly successful in re-creating it’s origins as an old Coaching and Mill House. Open peat fires, gaslights and striped pine set the tone in this living museum of Ulster Hospitality while the Restaurant has an international reputation in serving the best of new Irish cuisine.
The oak beamed Loft with its fireplace “snug” is the gateway to the Mill House on the banks of the River Bush. Here the spacious bedrooms have their own sitting room area and small dressing room and all are en suite with either bath or shower. Complementing the Mill House are the original rooms in the Coaching Inn individually decorated and furnished in comfortable cottage style.
What our customers have to say...
“To say the tour went well was an understatement. I can’t say enough for Brendan, our driver. We learned SO much about Ireland! There were other tour groups getting lost, or whose driver’s knew little or nothing. Brendan is a priceless asset. His ‘people skills’ were the best; his disposition, always positive. In sum, he MADE the trip the huge success it was! I thank you for sending him to us!”
Michael Fitzhenry, PA