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Outstanding Lakeside Victorian Manor House In Walled Estate
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 60 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 60 days before check-in.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children allowed - May not suit a large number of young childrenMay not suit a large number of young children
Max guests: 16 - Extra guests may incur extra chargesExtra guests may incur extra charges
Hosted by John and Eileen BeazleyAsk a question
About John and Eileen Beazley
Carriglea House was built in 1860. It first opened its doors to guests in the summer of 1932 and a tradition started that has continued uninterrupted to the present day spanning 4 generations of the Beazley family. Carriglea offers guests house rental for a limited number of weeks each year. As on site owners we can offer you a personalised service with help and advise always at hand. John, Eileen Beazley and family are your hosts. John grew up at Carriglea and along with running the farm has been welcoming guests to his home all his life. Eileen is also a Killarney native, a nurse and midwife, she loves cooking and a good chat. We all love the house and farm at Carriglea and its surroundings and like nothing better than seeing people enjoy it like we do. We are here to help you with your holiday so you can relax in our truly sublime setting.
John and Eileen Beazley purchased this Farmhouse in 1922
Why John and Eileen Beazley chose Killarney
Carriglea house is an unique 19th century Victorian manor house ideally located overlooking the Killarney lakes and adjoining the Killarney National Park. It has 30 acres of private grounds and mature gardens. It has an unrivalled and enviable location only minutes from Killarney town but still in the country, all of the amenities are on your doorstep, enjoy a lakeside run, walk or cycle at any time for free as the National Park is just across the street. Wake up each morning and gaze out the window at Lough Leane, the wonderful grounds at Carriglea, from the wild rabbits playing in the lawn to to the lakes and mountain backdrop, take a stroll down our tree lined avenue through the farm and see our cows and calves grazing contently near a mystical fairy fort, meet our donkey ‘Paddy’ and our rescue pony ‘Beauty‘, eat some freshly laid eggs for breakfast from our chickens and if you have a few minutes to spare during the day just cross the street to the boathouse and enjoy postcard scenery and on the hot days take a dip in the lake.
What makes this Farmhouse unique
Carriglea House and its surrounds is considered to be one of the most beautiful properties in Killarney. Its unique location offers guests the opportunity to stay in close proximity to Killarney town and yet in the heart of the National Park, with direct access to the Lakes and trails. However, as it is an historic house it may not be suitable for large number of young children.