Sheen Falls Lodge
Between river and mountain, sea and sky, lies Sheen Falls Lodge. A luxury hideaway on Kenmare Bay, the Sheen River set our course and helped write our extraordinary history. Our five-star Relais & Châteaux hotel is spectacularly situated in Kerry along Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way, with exceptional fine dining and an exceptional array of estate activities.
Retreat to the tranquillity of the lodge and surrender to the scenery. Embark on an outdoor adventure. Dine superbly in The Falls Restaurant or The Stables Brasserie, or opt for dining at our sister property with the newly opened Nua Vista Restaurant, where panoramic views will be your backdrop and Mediterranean influences feature on the menu.
Explore our beautiful 300-acre estate. Lounge in Easanna Wellness & Spa. Play a round of golf at the scenic Ring of Kerry Golf Club. We are Ireland’s original five-star lodge and we’ve perfected the art of escapism.
The Falls Restaurant: Our guests can enjoy imaginative and exquisite menus in one of Ireland’s finest restaurants. Using locally sourced produce where possible, our expert restaurant team has created a superb dining experience you will want to return to time and time again.
The Stables Brasserie & Bar: A dining destination for gathering and celebrating. Housed in the beautifully reimagined stables at Sheen Falls Lodge, guests will find casual and contemporary fare, a terrace, and a bar with big screens, making us the perfect spot for every mood and occasion.
Nua Vista Restaurant: Located at our Sister Property, Ring of Kerry Golf Club, Nua Vista Restaurant offers superb panoramic views of Kenmare Bay and the magnificent Caha Mountains, as well as a menu with Mediterranean influences.
Golf at The Ring of Kerry Golf Course: Located only five miles from Sheen Falls Lodge, our sister property, the Ring of Kerry Golf Club, offers guests the opportunity to experience a true Irish golfing hidden gem. Overlooking beautiful Kenmare Bay, the course nestles between the towering MacGillycuddy Reeks and the Caha Mountains in a stunning setting. Hotel guests avail of a 15% discount off the green fees.
The Beara Peninsula: The Beara Peninsula in southwest Ireland is one of Ireland’s most compelling and beautiful locations. The peninsula stretches for a distance of 48km (30 miles) from Glengarriff to Dursey Island and back to Kenmare. We have an un-spoilt and magnificent landscape. It is the most scenic route in Ireland along the Wild Atlantic Way.
Garnish Island: Located in the sheltered harbour of Glengarriff in Bantry Bay, in Southwest Ireland, Garnish Island, is world renowned for its gardens which are laid out in beautiful walks and it has some stunning specimen plants which are rare in this climate.
Killarney National Park: An expanse of rugged, mountainous country that sweeps down to the world-famous Lakes of Killarney. Stretching across 10,000 hectares, lies Killarney National Park, with its unforgettable combination of mountains, lakes, woodland and waterfalls. The main access to National Park sites is the N71 road.