Scotts Bar & Courtyard is family owned and is run by the O'Donoghues. Originally built in 1930, Scotts Bar is a favourite watering hole for locals and tourists alike and combines luxury, contemporary style and services in the heart of Killarney. Famous for providing a fantastic line up of live music to entertain all.
Scotts has three onsite bars, the snug, with warm cosy alcoves for that intimate chat to the lively open spaced Horseshoe Bar, for great craic, character and a great pint.
Scotts Bar opens to an enclosed area on Killarney's newest pedestrian shopping street making it the perfect place to enjoy our extensive lunch menu on a sun drenched afternoon or simply a few drinks with friends - as you watch the world go by!
WHAT'S ON OFFER / FACILITIES
Along with three distinctive bars, Scotts have 120 contemporary rooms plus a private residents bar for guests. Designed in a stylish manner with comfort in mind, Scotts offers a mix of double rooms, family rooms, deluxe rooms and plush self-catering apartments. We have rooms to suit everyone's needs.
Scotts enjoys an exclusive privilege of ample secure private parking, standing over its own underground car park.
Live music nightly from March to October.
Scotts Bar serves an extensive mouth watering menu from 12.30pm to 9.00pm, with daily specials.
The Courtyard Restaurant serves both Irish and International cuisine opened daily from 6.00pm - 9.00pm.
All Scotts seasonal produces are sourced locally.
* INEC, one of Ireland's leading entertainment venues
* M.V Pride of the Lakes Boat Trip on the Lakes of Killarney
* Torc Waterfall
* Muckross House
* Deerpark Shopping Centre
* Killarney Outlet Centre
Visit website: www.scottshotelkillarney.com
Whats on Offer:
- Late Bar
- Live Music
- Parties Catered For
- Beer Garden
- Car Parking
- Coach Tours
- Family Friendly
- Family Run
- Open Fire
- Smoking Area
- Wheelchair Access
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