Would recommend visiting Knockreer if you want to escape the busyness of Killarney. It's right in the town and very peaceful.
About Knockreer Estate
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While walking in Killarney National Park, we stopped off here for lunch. This cafe is run by Down Syndrome Ireland and provides employment for young Down Syndrome people, who waited on our table with efficiency and very pleasant manner. We enjoyed our toasties in the...More
The thatched roof is unusual and interesting. This house is located in Killarney National Park. Viewing it can be part of your "stroll" through the park. Other reviewers mentioned the interior of the house. The house was not open when we visited it.
take a walk in the knocreer estate there are many pre made walk short and long see the deer ..have a coffee at thatched cottage see the beautiful extended chimneys on the cottage..you will feel so relaxed after your visit here as it a chill...More
Be sure to stop at the cafe after your stroll through the park. Only way to finish a day of gazing at the mountains and lakes....
I love to see this cottage every time I enter Killarney National Park from this side. Beautifully maintained, there's also a coffee shop serving lovely homemade baking, coffees/teas. One Dan then head to walk in any direction within the extensive parklands.
Very casual but fun place to have tea or light snack. We had a table outside and were able to enjoy the park sights and jaunty cars passing by.
We discovered this attraction while on a walk - we had no idea it was there. We were very much impressed with the roof thatching - the most impressive we saw in all of Ireland. It is worth visiting this easy-to-access attraction.
The Tea Room is not a large space. I love this particular place because it's a great starting off place to sit and enjoy a nice cup of tea or at the end of a long day of walking through the park. My daughter and...More
Knockreer House is not accessible for the public. The view from this location is more or less obstructed by trees. So don't bother to go there. The only great looking building I discovered on the estate is Deenagh Lodge Tea Room which was built in...More