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Avail of the great offers in The Killeshin Hotel – and unwind in Laois

The view from the Sliabh Bloom, dreams I can still see
A beauty just as grand as you will find
These are scenes from childhood, once more I will return
And meet those folk, those friends we had so fine

It’s amazing how much beauty we have around us without realising it.

How many of us have explored the majestic Slieve Blooms, the opulent Emo Court and Parklands, the history of The Rock Of Dunamase with views looking over all the neighbouring counties. Laois is a beautiful county and has a lot to offer. 

At the Killeshin Hotel we have a lot to offer as well. We have been serving the local community for over 50 years now. 

Featuring 88 well-appointed bedrooms, duplex Cedar bar, Cedar rooms restaurant, Zest health club which features a state of the art gym and 18 metre swimming pool.

We have over 200 free car parking spaces in the hotel and we have recently become a dog friendly hotel so you can treat your beloved four-legged friend to a night away too.

The Killeshin offers our county residents and essential workers a safe and welcoming place to retreat, relax and revive during these turbulent times, where the emphasis is on personal interaction and service, to you, our guest.

The hotel received its Covid Safety Charter certification from Failte Ireland and details of all the efforts we have made to keep you safe can be found on www.thekilleshin.com/covid19

With rates from just €70 per person including a 4 course dinner, overnight accommodation and full Irish Breakfast the following morning, it is the perfect time to explore your beautiful county and explore The Killeshin.

To make your booking please call (057) 8631200 or see all your tempting offers at www.thekilleshin.com/specialoffers 

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