Food & Drink

Breakfast, Sunday Brunch, Family Lunch, Afternoon Tea, Sunday Dinner, Late Supper and Snacks in between – On the Rocks, Freshly Squeezed, Pulled, Poured, Shaken but not Stirred.  Some of the highlights of your trip will be the food and drink enjoyed - all the more so because it is sourced and produced in a responsible way.

All of our listed Cafes, Restaurants, Farmers Markets, Bars and Pubs actively implement environmental policies that include good practice to minimise food waste and very importantly source local, seasonal and sustainable ingredients. Some go a step further and work with local groups and schools to encourage healthy eating and teach cooking skills.

Choosing green tastes so good! Wherever you go ask whoever is serving you food - where does it come from? In Ireland this is known as the "Just Ask" practice promoted by Bord Bia (Irish Food Board) to encourage customers to find out the provenance of the foods they eat and to encourage restaurants, etc, to use Irish provenance food and beverages.

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The Hotel’s five stars were won by setting standards, not simply by meeting them. Personality, individuality and superb levels of comfort give even the most seasoned travellers a new level of hospitality. The Europe Hotel & resort is home to a stunning meetings and events centre and an award winning lakeshore ESPA spa, one of the largest in Ireland.
The ESPA Spa is 55,000 square feet and is located over three floors. Guests enjoy complimentary access to the Active Level of the spa which includes 20m lap pool, indoor and outdoor vitality pools, thermal suites and relaxation experiences.
Fine food and excellent service are at the heart of great hospitality. The Panorama Restaurant and The Brasserie Restaurants’ sublime setting on the shores of Lough Lein is one such place that creates a unique dining experience.
There are ample activities available to satisfy the adventurous folk. Tennis is available on two indoor courts and horse riding on Haflinger ponies is also complimentary for guests. Boating and fishing may be arranged from the hotel’s private pier. Kerry is a golfer’s paradise. The hotel is adjacent to the Killarney Golf & Fishing Club (home to the Irish Open 2010 & 2011) and it is within easy distance of a number of parkland and links courses.

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