Castlerosse Park Resort, famed for its sublime surroundings of Killarney National Park, Lakes of Killarney, and the mountain peaks of McGillycuddy Reeks, is offering incredible staycation value throughout 2021. With full cancellation protection in place, the resort is passing on the benefit of the budget announced VAT reduction to its welcomed and valued guests, representing a 4% reduction on 2020 prices. The resort is rewarding visitors for what has been an exceptionally turbulent year for families across the country.
Home to a 120-bedroom hotel and 39 two-bedroom 4-star golf lodges and holiday homes, leisure club, spa and 9-hole golf course, children’s play areas, Castle Rangers Kids Club, bike rentals plus locally acclaimed Grosvenor Restaurant and Mulligans Bar & Lakeview, the all-encompassing resort’s idyllic location on the shores of the Lower Lake and just a 30-minute walk away from Killarney Town Centre through the National Park, offers a unique and fun staycation destination. And, with accelerated plans for a fully sustainable resort, their green agenda means you can be kinder to the environment whilst enjoying all the perks of your staycation.
This year, the resort is offering inclusive packages at 4% lower than 2020 rates, for families, friends and the over 55’s into the Summer and beyond. Book with confidence with free cancelation up to 2 days prior to your intended arrival at the resort.
Family Packages – Fun for all the family
Enjoy family time together, take a splash in the 20-metre swimming pool, entertainment at Castle Rangers Kids Club, outdoor fun in the playground or a family cycle through the National Park. There are also plenty of activities for parents to relax and enjoy their leisure time.
The resort is offering 3-night family packages from €535 (June), from €650 (July & August), based on 2 adults and 2 children sharing, including bed & breakfast and dinner for all the family each day.
Throughout 2020, Castlerosse Park Resort embarked on a ‘Green Agenda’ that in time will transition the resort to becoming fully sustainable and help to reduce its carbon footprint. This includes an aggressive four step plan, showcasing the resort’s full commitment to eco-tourism and its preservation of picturesque Killarney National Park. The agenda focuses on Water Conservation, including sourcing the resort’s water needs from a 60m deep well on the grounds of the property. Recycling and Waste having introduced recycle bins, a commitment to reduce waste to landfill and a ‘pledge on plastic’. Green Energy is already in place in all 39 holiday homes and the introduction of heat pumps and solar panels elsewhere will greatly reduce the resort’s dependence on fossil fuels. Plus, the resort has created a 100% organic Herb & Biodiversity Garden, which the kitchen team will use in various dishes served in the resort’s Grosvenor Restaurant and Mulligans Bar.