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Killeshin Hotel – 40 years of history and new special dining options this December

Killeshin Hotel

The Killeshin Hotel has always been a leading destination for top quality food and exceptional service in Portlaoise.

Serving the community for over 40 years, the team there are experts in delivering consistently excellent dining experiences whether it’s an intimate dinner for two or a family celebration. 

This December, they are launching their new Thursday night special offer at the Cedar Rooms Restaurant.

The new offer includes two courses for two for just €45 in total. Choose from starters or desserts to accompany your main course and enjoy delicious unique dishes from their menu, prepared with fresh, local ingredients.

This affordable offer makes the perfect excuse for a pre-Christmas evening out with a loved one!

For a more casual dining experience, enjoy their home made 8oz beef burger or fragrant chicken korma in the Cedar Bar along with a draught pint of your choice for just €19.95, available seven nights a week.

Ideal for enjoying while watching live sports on the big screen or during a catch up with friends over the festive season.

Why not make a night of it and enjoy a stay overnight before Christmas? Room rates start at just €99 including bed & breakfast for two adults. All guests enjoy complimentary access to Zest Leisure Club with sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi and swimming pool, the perfect way to unwind and de-stress before the Christmas rush.

And it doesn’t end there! The Killeshin now has an extensive range of cocktails on the menu including an espresso martini, refreshing mojito’s as well as old favourites such as a strawberry daiquiri.

It is also the perfect weekend choice of families at the weekend and the ideal venue for new mums to meet and talk.

There is ample free parking and plenty of space for those prams and all our facilities are at ground level.

The Cedar Bar is not like any other hotel bar – it is the local choice for lunch for community and businesses alike because, over the past number of years every part of the hotel has undergone an extensive refurbishment programme. 

The Killeshin has served the community in its many forms since its humble beginnings almost 50 years ago. Steeped in local history and part of many family celebrations throughout the years, it is entrenched in the locality.  

The Killeshin Hotel provides food for all occasions including Christenings, birthdays, anniversaries, and communions.

The Killeshin is the ideal location for your bespoke wedding as well. The head chef, Roland’s, attention to detail means that your wedding day will be include the outstanding food that makes your day all the more special. 

The Killeshin has always been an Irish family-owned hotel and it is continuing on that track having been purchased by the Só Hotel Group in 2015 which is owned by Pat & Una McDonagh.

The conferencing offering is extensive with 15 dedicated conference suites catering for up to 800 delegates at any given time. It is a highly sought-after conferencing venue bringing business to Laois from all over the country.

At the Killeshin Hotel, they are following all Covid regulations with a temperature check on arrival and all guests must show their vaccination certificate before taking their seats.

Safety of their guests and staff are the top priority and their bar and restaurant offer a spacious and safe environment to enjoy a night out in Portlaoise. 

To book a meal or overnight stay, get in touch with the team today. Contact Pauline or Sarah from the sales time on 057 863 1200 or email sales@thekilleshin.com.

Pre-booking essential for the Cedar Rooms Restaurant, walk-ins welcome to the Cedar Bar seven nights a week. Make some great memories this festive season at the Killeshin.

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