Ratings based on 5 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.6 Service & staff
3.6 Room comfort
4.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Good starting point for Dingle Peninsula.Posted Aug 19, 2012
Needed soap and shampoo. The upstairs great room should be better stocked for breakfast.
for Couplesby Kenn
Posted Jun 6, 2012 on Hotels.com
Overall was a very nice to visit, spectacular scenery and very friendly staff- they really seem to love doing their jobs which is rare for hotels in Ireland. Bad points are the views are not always guaranteed, we had booked a double but ended up with a twin and 2 single beds. Its quite far from anywhere, but very easy to find. The breakfast was amazing, but we never got to try the restaurant as the chef left at 9pm and it would have meant cutting our trip short to Dingle in order to make it back in time.
for Everyoneby Jess from Wisconsin
Breathtaking views, wonderful hotel, friendly folkPosted May 21, 2012
Pros: The views! The bay, the mountains, the blanket of stars -- and grazing sheep!! Couldn't have asked for more.
Cons: The shower stall was a bit small.
Location: Situated between mountains and a bay. Close to Killarney and the Ring of Kerry -- both worth seeing. A great combination!
Keanes of Currahean was an amazing experience! One of our favorites! We booked the room because of the bay view, but didn't expect the majestic mountains. So stunning! The hotel itself was lovely. Our room had two beds (one queen, one full/twin) and could easily have accommodated a small family. Our room was clean and had a wonderful view of the bay and surrounding properties, including several grazing sheep. The hotel restaurant had a wonderful outdoor deck, and the view of the night sky was breathtaking. I've never seen so many stars! The innkeeper, John, was welcoming and helpful in suggesting a few area sights. The bartender, Sean, was friendly and pleasant, as were the locals (Tom the tour bus driver) we met at the bar. In fact, it was the first experience we had with local people apart from wait staff -- and they were just what we hoped to find in Ireland. Many thanks for that! A few words about the area: If you're headed to Keanes, make sure to stop in Killarney. It has a beautiful city center and was one of the highlights of our trip. Wish we'd had more time to explore the inviting alleyway shops and restaurants. Also, the Keanes is near the Ring of Kerry, a definite must see. However, I would encourage you to start that driving tour well before mid-afternoon. Due to other adventures along our way, we couldn't start the drive until about 5:30 p.m. Even with sunset close to 10 p.m. in mid- May, we completed the last quarter of the drive in the dark. Not advisable!
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Nice secluded get away.Posted May 20, 2012 on Hotels.com
It was clean and nice. The food was great.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from London
Keanes of CurraheenPosted Jun 2, 2011 on Hotels.com
Small guesthouse above a bar / restaurant just outside Tralee convenient for trips around Dingle Peninsular. Room was adequate, barman and locals in bar downstairs were nice & friendly and food in restaurant was very good. Place was mostly deserted (only 2 rooms in use at end of May), and no other restaurant users. Located in small village with no amenities, but on the road into the Dingle peninsular so convenient location. Shower very weak, plumbing a bit noisy. Downstairs bar had lots of character and nice to enjoy an evening in.