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The Malton
Town Centre
Killarney
Kerry

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From its distinctive architecture to its effortless service and genuine hospitality, The Malton - formerly the Great Southern Hotel - has been a favourite retreat for over 150 years. After warming yourself by the open fire in our entrance hall, ease into a soft velvet sofa and enjoy afternoon tea. We like to think time slows down just a little at The Malton. Enjoy the light as it streams through tall windows, ramble through our gardens, and rest for a while on a secluded bench. Where else are you going to find 6 acres of gardens in the centre of a bustling town? This is life at The Malton, a Victorian landmark, and one of Irelandís most beautiful hotels since 1854.

After a restful night, you will be treated to our sumptuous breakfast. Everything from healthy options to the positively sinful is on offer. After breakfast, the day is yours, and there is no better place to set off for adventure. From here starts the iconic Ring of Kerry, taking you on a breathtaking tour of wild seas and rugged landscapes.

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