Torine House is a comfortable, cosy, family run Bed & Breakfast. It is a Three Star Fáilte Ireland and AA approved B&B and has also been recommended by the Guide du Routard. Torine House is located only a 5 minute walk from Killorglin town in County Kerry, home to the annual Puck Fair Festival held every August. This beautiful Bed and Breakfast enjoys some breathtaking views of the McGillycuddy Reeks, which includes Ireland’s highest mountain.

We offer 6 bedrooms, which include 5 ensuite bedrooms, and 1 standard bedroom. Each bedroom includes orthopaetic beds, TV and tea/coffee making facilities. Our dining room is bright and cheerful and is the perfect place to enjoy a full Irish breakfast each morning during your stay.

As well as offering comfortable accommodation, Torine House is an ideal base for touring the Ring of Kerry, Killarney and Dingle areas and after a day touring the local area, relax and unwind in the comfort of the sitting room in front of an open fire or enjoy the many local traditional pubs and restaurants which are within walking distance.

The breakfast menu includes full Irish Breakfast, Continental Breakfast and special diets are also catered for. There are many fine restaurants nearby and local pubs provide pub grub and traditional Irish Music.

Information on tours is provided. There are five sandy beaches and seven golf courses within a 15 minute drive. There is also excellent trout/salmon fishing on the rivers Laune and Caragh.


Latest B&B Ireland Customer Reviews


06 Jul 2018 
Review Score: 10/10

My family and I stayed at the Torine House from June 2-June 9, 2018. Our time there was wonderful! Tony and Catherine were warm and welcoming. They always had our needs met in a clean, comfortable room and we had a hot, full Irish breakfast each morning. I felt like I was staying at a family member's home instead of a B&B. The most amazing thing was that Catherine really helped us when we were in a pinch. Without her help, we would have been in a pretty terrible position. She went out of her way to accommodate us and I'm very thankful for that. Tony was full of suggestions for wonderful visitor spots and sights to see that weren't part of the regular list of sights. I hope one day we can visit again, thank you Tony and Catherine!

Host's Reply:
Hi Sarah Many thanks for this very kind comments it means a lot to me, it sure was a pleasure having you and your family stay with us and hope to see ye back again sometime. Thanks for everything and wish your family the very best of luck. With kind regards Catherine

Laura H

16 Jun 2018 
Review Score: 10/10

The Torine house is beautiful, big and very clean. It's in a very nice area near town. The hosts were very nice and helpful. They gave us advice on where to eat and good places to sight see the next day. I'm so thankful for their advice. The national park was one of our favorite stops. Thank you for a wonderful stay in your home.

Host's Reply:
Hi Laura Thanks you so much for your very kind comments, it sure was a pleasure to have ye in my home and I sure hope to see ye back again one day, ye are such wonderful people and I hope ye enjoyed the rest of your trip in Ireland. Many thanks again Slainte With kind regards Catherine

Karen and Sean Scullion

07 May 2018 
Review Score: 10/10

We thoroughly enjoyed our stay! The Torine house was our stay before driving along the Ring of Kerry. We didn't have reservations so we didn't know what to expect because no research had gone into finding it. BUT we are so glad we did find this little gem. The home is so nice and clean, our ensuite had fresh white linens and a heated mattress, it made for our best night sleep on our entire trip. The town is only a 5 min walk, Catherine gave us some great recommendations on where to dine for dinner and we had a lovely evening stroll back. Breakfast was great, I wish we had some more time, Catherine's garden would make for a great spot for an evening glass of wine, or morning coffee. We will be sure to visit again!

Host's Reply:
Hi Karen and Sean What a lovely time we had, we really enjoyed having ye and hope to see ye back again soon. Thank you so much for the really nice comments, it sure was a lovely reply we loved helping ye to enjoy our area and your stay at TORINE HOUSE, until we meet again kind regards Catherine

Dallas Chip Woods

26 Aug 2017 
Review Score: 8/10

I thoroughly enjoyed my time visiting the Torine House. A beautiful house, very clean. The host was kind and welcoming. Breakfast was good. Especially enjoyed meeting Catherine's husband Tony (I believe I have his name correct). He was most kind and gave lots of wonderful advice for how to see and experience as much of the Ring of Kerry, the Dingle Peninsula (and more). Wonderful hosts in a great location. Wonderful communication with them. Highly recommend!

Host's Reply:
Hi Dallas It sure was a pleasure to have in my home, thank you so much for those very kind comments, hope ye enjoyed the rest of your trip and hope to have ye back again soon, thanks so much again with kind regards Catherine

Barbara Kahn

02 Aug 2017 
Review Score: 3/10

Of all the places we stayed in, Torine House was our least favorite. We needed to be up very early the next morning for a planned ride in the National Park and were not offered an early breakfast of any kind. We requested cereal and fruit when we noted that the courtesy had been extended to another guest. We did not feel welcome.The room was spotlessly clean and the breakfasts were good but I would not recommend Torine House.

Host's Reply:
Dear Barbara I was very disappointed to read your review. I am sorry you did not feel welcome in my home, this was certainly not my intention. I start serving breakfast at 7am and if guests are looking for breakfast before this time, like yourselves, I always leave out cereal and fruit for them. This is certainly not a problem in my home as I don't like anyone leaving my house, hungry. Thank you for the lovely comments about our rooms and breakfast. I hope that you enjoyed your trip to Ireland. Catherine

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