About Churchtown House, Kerry.
Providing the option of luxury self-catered or catered (B&B or Half-board) accommodation in Beaufort, Killarney, Churchtown House is a large and spacious 18th Century historic Country House, situated at the foot of the world famous McGillicuddy Reeks Mountain Range. Accommodation is provided in the main house with a total of 6 guest bedrooms, that can sleep 12-14 people comfortably. Churchtown House is ideally located in the charming village of Beaufort just off the main Ring of Kerry route with easy access to the Iveragh, Dingle and Beara Peninsulas. The house sits alongside Beaufort Golf Course and is an ideal base to play golf as well as indulge in the adventure side of life, with hiking, cycling, kayaking, fishing and a host of other adventure opportunities on its doorstep.
Beautiful & historic surroundings.
Churchtown House has been restored to its former glory mixing traditional elegance with country house charm. Large elegant reception rooms, roaring fires and quiet reading rooms add to the atmosphere. There is also a media room and games room in the basement of the house for guests to enjoy. All the individual, spacious bedrooms have their own bathroom facilities giving guests every comfort during their stay.
The house was built in 1740 by Sir Roland Blennerhassett and has been in the Magill family since 1860. From the house guests can view the historic Castle Corr which dominates the 15th Green of the golf course, this castle dates from the 15th Century. Nearby, guests can explore the Gap of Dunloe, Killarney National Park and many more historical and cultural sites. The estate is within easy reach of the towns of Killarney, Killorglin, Dingle and Tralee and beaches such as Inch and Rossbeigh.
Never far from the Atlantic Ocean to the west and the mountains to the south, Churchtown sits within one of the most beautiful counties in Ireland where guests can indulge in picturesque walks, golf, tennis, fishing and horse riding leaving something for everyone to enjoy. There’s an abundance of excellent restaurants in the towns nearby as well as great traditional Irish pubs.