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This guesthouse is in a superb location in the heart of the town. The room and en suite were great and staff were very friendly and helpful. Would definitely recommend this as a great choice of place to stay.
We had a party of 7. We absolutely loved the Fairview & her staff. Extremely friendly, helpful, and accommodating staff. Great hotel, clean rooms, excellent location. Lobby always smelled of fresh cut flowers. Tastey pancakes at breakfast. I highly recommend this place & as a...More
This was a great hotel with an excellent breakfast, staff and location. A short walk to all the places you would want to be. I thought the room could be updated, but it was roomy and very clean. Parking was up the street with a...More
Everything was amazing about this place. We were offered the penthouse and it was simply stunning. 180 degree views of Killarney on our private patio, on our own floor was amazing. The staff was beyond exceptional, and the breakfast was delicious.
We just arrived Ireland after flying into Kerry and the Fairview was our first location. We were greeted with a gracious hostess who was helpful in directions and information. Our room was small but nicely appointed. It had a double and twin, which for the...More
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US$143 - US$313 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Official Star Rating provided by the AA.
#8 Romantic Hotel in Killarney
#11 Business Hotel in Killarney
#12 Family Hotel in Killarney
#16 Luxury Hotel in Killarney
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Anyone else been robbed blind by this place when you've had to cancel a booking without giving 72 hours notice???? I gave them 48 hours, and explained the personal circumstances which prevented me from cancelling sooner. They (eventually) agreed to 'graciously' refund half of what they effectively stole as a gesture of 'goodwill'. Still waiting for them to do that 2 months later!! Anyone thinking of booking a room at this place, DON'T DO IT!!! Bunch of robbing b*******!!!!!! They've ignored all my attempts to contact them to try and resolve this. Anyone out there with a legal background who can offer advice as to what to do next?? HELP!
6 August 2016|
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Thanks Liam. You're absolutely right- I had no joy in getting the refund I was legally entitled to. The Irish Hotels Federations Legal Guide states a hotel may charge a guest when cancelling a reservation. However, it goes... More
Thanks Liam. You're absolutely right- I had no joy in getting the refund I was legally entitled to. The Irish Hotels Federations Legal Guide states a hotel may charge a guest when cancelling a reservation. However, it goes on to qualify this by saying there is no industry standard regarding cancellations, but the charges ‘must be reasonable and proportionate to the loss likely to be suffered by the hotel due to the cancellation.’ There can be no justification to charge me in full when 1) I was able to offer 48 hours notice prior to cancelling 2) the hotel was not fully booked on the date in question 3) as soon as I realised the charge had been made I provided a full and frank account of the personal circumstances which prevented me from cancelling sooner. The hotel manager sent me a number of rude and threatening emails telling me to 'call off' my action. In the end the whole think made me feel sick with stress, I can't afford to write off such a substantial sum of money but they left me with no alternative for the sake of my well being. I really have no idea how the hotel has any good reviews and can only assume the unscrupulous manager has simply fabricated them.
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"Book well in advance because Killarney is a popular tourist stop and this hotel is so good."