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Just 13 dreamy Instagrams from Tripadvisor's newly-crowned 'top hotel in Ireland'

The food looks unreal.

TRIPADVISOR RELEASED ITS annual Best of Ireland list today.

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It takes the year’s reviews into consideration, and rounds up the best hotels on our little island. The Killarney Park hotel managed to knock off consistent winner, Harvey’s Point, from the top of the list.

The top ten include:

  1. The Killarney Park Hotel (Kerry)
  2. Harvey’s Point (Donegal)
  3. Ashford Castle (Mayo)
  4. Hayfield Manor Hotel (Cork)
  5. Ballygarry House Hotel and Spa (Kerry)
  6. The Merrion Hotel (Dublin)
  7. Castle Durrow (Laois)
  8. Dromoland Castle (Clare)
  9. Villa Rose Hotel (Donegal)
  10. Absolute Hotel (Limerick)

The suite looks extremely cosy in the Killarney Park Hotel, we can see where people are coming from

It looks like an ideal place for an intimate wedding

Do people review their wedding venues?

Afternoon tea, anyone?

It’s legendary stuff, apparently.

Yes please! #afternoontea #killarneyparkhotel

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The food probably contributed to the high rating

A lot

It looks fierce posh.

The surroundings probably helped too

It’s quaint


Pretty amazing lobster tonight in the #killarneyparkhotel #yum #Weekendtreat #lobster

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And cosy

How many hotels do you know that melt a chocolate with their name on it into coffee?

Giz a tune

Good God

A fried egg, SANDWICH?

Yes, that is a fried egg INSIDE my sandwich. No, you cannot have some. @killarneypark

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There’s local sourced honey at breakfast

This is how you serve locally sourced honey🐝🍀#ireland #killarney #honey

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Anyone else kinda want to go to Kerry now?

Congrats lads

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