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Waterfront Country House on the
Wild Atlantic Way
Come and explore this elegant
Georgian Country House.
You will discover the House in a private sheltered cove
on the waters edge of
The Atlantic shoulders your arrival along the unforgettable
Barrow House driveway, with the Slieve Mish mountains
framing the views.
The House and Gardens are available as an exclusive venue
for corporate functions, private group rentals and intimate, small scale weddings.
We are 2 minutes from
Tralee Golf Club,
40 mins from Killarney and
Kerry International Airport,
2 hours from Cork &
It's a beautiful 40 minute
drive to Dingle via
the infamous Conor Pass.
Barrow House is a place
for our guests to connect,
have fun and, above all, to relax.
Barrow House is recorded as a Protected Structure in
The National Inventory of Architectural Heritage.
Iconic Irish Luxury
Barrow House is ideal
for small scale gatherings.
The property can be rented exclusively
and staffed with a private chef, a private driver,
daily housekeeping and a
property manager on call.
Barrow House accommodates up to 18 guests
as a fully-catered, exclusive private rental.
Barrow House is one of the most extraordinary locations
for a wedding.
Our restored Georgian
is available to hire for
unique wedding experiences.
Over three days you,
and your guests are the only people in residence.
With impeccably restored Georgian features that highlight
the rich heritage of this
this is the perfect backdrop for intimate gatherings,
small wedding receptions and civil ceremonies.
Barrow House offers eight comfortable ensuite bedrooms,
all designed with a mix of contemporary and
Super king, four poster, and
offer a variety of
Each guest room has views of either the
Atlantic and the Slieve Mish mountain range
or our landscaped gardens.
Crisp Egyptian cotton sheets, goose feather duvets,
firm King Koil mattresses, optional weighted blankets
bedding are all available to ensure a restful night.
The rooms have still and sparkling water also
tea & coffee-making facilities.
An Ait Ciúin - The Quiet Place
There are no televisions or radios competing with the peace and tranquillity
of the House.
However we do have a dedicated screening room with complimentary Netflix
and a large selection of classic movies and box sets.
We have no shortage of board games, art supplies and a
Both the Library and the Marble Room have open fires,
and binoculars to spot
the seals and herons in the bay.
Whilst the House is historic, we are not living in the past.
We know connectivity is essential with Wi-Fi
in all the bedrooms.
And we have Samsung tablets
are available for guest use.
Sir Edward Denny was granted over 6000 acres of Munster
after the Desmond Rebellion.
After many generations, the land around Barrow
was leased to William Collis,
a Cromwellian Officer,
who married a member of the Denny family.
Barrow Harbour was the major port for the region,
servicing the monastic settlement of Ardfert
and the general area of Tralee.
A narrow entrance to the Harbour was protected
The ruins of the castle still remain.
Along with restoring Barrow House, we are committed
the full history is documented and shared with all our visitors.
No visit to Ireland is complete without a round of golf
and our nearest neighbour is the venerable Tralee Golf Course,
a mere 2 minute drive away.
Barrow House is also located conveniently close to Ballybunion, Killarney,
Dooks, Dingle and the 18 holes of Waterville Links Course are
not to be missed.
Many of our guests choose Barrow House as their base for their golf tour
and schedule an unforgettable round of golf
at each of these
world famous courses.
Barrow House offers a wide range of complimentary
outdoor leisure activities
for you to enjoy during your stay.
We have bicycles, kayaks and paddleboards for our guests to use and wetsuits for
open water swimming in the
in front of the House.
We can recommend hikes around Barrow and Fenit and
for the more energetic, we suggest trails that bring you across National Parks,
sand-dunes and mountains in the Dingle and Killarney area.
Beach horse riding, morning yoga classes on our boat deck,
an introduction to beekeeping
or even a
chauffeur-driven classic car
tour are all experiences exclusive to Barrow House guests.
It occasionally rains on the West Coast of Ireland so we have added some useful guest facilities including a screening room and a sports kit & clothing drying room...just in case!
A locally-sourced a la carte Irish, menu is available at the shared table in the breakfast room. Delicious chef-cooked food to start your day.
Check in is from 4pm until 8pm.
If you wish to check in outside of these times, please arrange before arrival. We politely ask that guests vacate their room on departure day by 11am.
Barrow House does not have televisions in bedrooms but instead we encourage guests to enjoy the outdoors, great conversations in good company or to simply relax in our beautiful lounges by the fireplace with books, music and eachother.
Barrow House is a Georgian period property built over six levels
with no lift.
We regret to inform that Barrow House is unsuitable for guests with reduced mobility.
Barrow House is pet friendly, and small dogs are welcome but strictly by prior arrangement.
We accommodate one
(knee high or smaller) dog per guest booking in "Curlew" our ground floor two bedroom suite.
Let us look after those you love.
There’s only one thing better than receiving a gift
and that’s finding the perfect token or present
for a treasured loved one, friend or associate.
At Barrow House we have combined the mountain views,
luxury interiors, fresh air, peace and relaxation into an unforgettable experience.
Please call to arrange a voucher for the perfect stay.