Muckross Park Hotel & Spa
Lakes Of Killarney
The Muckross Park Hotel is one of the oldest hotels in Killarney. It opened its doors as The Herbert Arms in 1795 and was part of the original Muckross House Estate. In August 1861 Queen Victoria visited Killarney and stayed at Muckross House just across the road from the hotel and she took lunch in the hotel on Wednesday 28th August. Other past guests include George Bernard Shaw who spent the summer of 1923 in the hotel writing Pygmalion (My Fair Lady).
In 2006 the luxurious Gothic inspired Spa at The Muckross Park Hotel was added to the new wing of the hotel with beautiful facilities.