Torc @ Robeen House is a stylish first-floor apartment nestled near the centre of Killarney, County Kerry.
Contemporary furnishings make this apartment a splendid base for a family or group of four to explore the wonders of Killarney National Park.
You will find the apartment on a secure, gated property where off-road parking is available for an easy arrival; park up and carry your belongings inside your home-away-from-home.
A beautifully furnished, open-plan living space immediately welcomes you with a plush corner sofa to sink into with a good book; on warmer days, open the patio doors onto the Juliet balcony and let the fresh air in.
Plan the day's adventures over a hearty meal at the breakfast bar in the sleek, well-appointed kitchen area, well-equipped with electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer and built-in microwave.
For easy cleanups and more time to enjoy your holiday, you'll also find a washing machine, tumble dryer and dishwasher!
Choose from one of two chic king-size bedrooms, one of which is zip/link, with attractive furnishings to crawl under the sheets after a long day's adventure.
Both have convenient en-suites to kick-start your day with a power shower, whilst the cloakroom is a handy room to quickly freshen up before venturing out.
Why not dine alfresco in your very own seating area at the front of the property?
Rustle up a delicious dinner on the barbecue and toast to your Irish adventure.
For your self-catering needs, you'll find an array of shops and eateries in Killarney, alongside fabulous attractions right on your doorstep; wander through the spectacular grounds of Killarney House and Gardens with its interactive museum, join the regular events at Killarney Racecourse, or pack your clubs and head to Ross Golf Course.
Killarney National Park is within easy reach for avid walkers and wildlife lovers to follow the many walking trails guiding guests through a rural sanctuary of lakes, forests and waterfalls; hike up Library Point, visit the imposing fortress of Ross Castle, or take to Lough Leane and Muckross Lake for a variety of watersports.
On the eastern edge of the National Park, Muckross Abbey is home to a roofless abbey and 19th-century mansion, Muckross House, which visitors are welcome to explore.
The vibrant town of Tralee lies north of Torc Robeen House to discover the county's history at Kerry County Museum, dine at the iconic, restore Blennerville Windmill, or pack a picnic and head to the Park of Tralee.
Gather your loved ones for a memorable holiday at Torc @ Robeen House.
Note: This property can be booked with Refs: 1085204 and 1092168 together sleeping up to 10 guests.