A decadent Victorian manor house with rooms and suites both in the original building and those scattered around the grounds, Killashee Hotel is charming, romantic and welcoming all at once. Contemporary updates are sympathetic to the age of the property, but there is an old world charm that continues to pervade.
“The spa is an adult only environment with its own hydrotherapy suite and relaxation area…”
The hotel separates its leisure facilities and its spa treatments a little, with The Club in the grounds of the hotel providing the space for the pool, gym, children’s pool, two Jacuzzis, two steam rooms and two saunas. The spa treatments on the other hand are a decadent collection from Elemis, in an adult only environment with its own hydrotherapy suite and relaxation area. The result is a hotel that balances appeal for both family holidays and romantic breaks with spaces dedicated to everyone.
While you’re within easy reach of Dublin, the hotel is very much designed as somewhere that you don’t have to leave – a holiday destination in its own right, and as a result it has two restaurants. Turners is all about fine dining, with chandeliers and opulent furnishings, while The Bistro is a casual setting for lazy brunches, afternoon tea and lighter bites.
“Quiet and gentle contemplation in 220 acres of woodland and landscaped gardens…”
Lush green landscapes in the ancient East of Ireland surround the hotel, while at the same time you find yourself a mere 30km from Dublin if you wish to head out and explore, or 2km from the nearby Naas town to wander around and explore. Meanwhile at the hotel itself it’s all about quiet and gentle contemplation in 220 acres of woodland and landscaped gardens.
Quite simply, Killashee Hotel is a beautiful and relaxed place to visit. Whether you’re joining with your family, who they welcome with open arms, or with your partner for a romantic weekend, it’s a beautiful place for quiet contemplation and indulgence.
“Take in the gated Jack and Jill Foundation Garden…”