Aaron House, Birr


Aaron House is the only Failte Ireland, RAC and AA registered Guest House in Kinnitty. This is a luxurious haven for the discerning visitor to Kinnittty, situated within a three-minute walking of Kinnitty Village and five minutes of Kinnitty castle. Betty will be your host and will do everything possible to make sure that your stay in Off...

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B&B Overview

Aaron House is the only Failte Ireland, RAC and AA registered Guest House in Kinnitty. This is a luxurious haven for the discerning visitor to Kinnittty, situated within a three-minute walking of Kinnitty Village and five minutes of Kinnitty castle. Betty will be your host and will do everything possible to make sure that your stay in Offaly is an enjoyable one.

Room Information

Rooms at Aaron House are designed to be warm and comfortable. All rooms are en-suite with power shower. Each room comes complete with DD phone, TV and hairdryer.

Hotel Facilities

  • Family Rooms
  • Free Parking
  • Free Wi-Fi Internet Access Included
  • Garden
  • Golf Course (within 3 km)
  • Heating
  • TV in all bedrooms

Food & Beverage

Breakfast is served each morning. Guests can choose from the breakfast bar with selections of cereals, fresh fruit, yogurts, jams and honey. Packed lunches are also available on request. There are a number of pubs and restaurants in Kinnitty. Guests are sure to find something to suit everyone.

Area Information

Aaron House is located in Kinnitty in County Offaly. Kinnitty’s name comes from the legend that the head of an ancient princess is buried beneath the village, Ceann being Irish for head and Eitigh being the Irish of the princess. The village is located in a scenic setting at the foot of the Slieve Bloom Mountains. Kinnitty has a pyramid, which was erected by the Bernard family, who resided in Kinnitty Castle, which they constructed on the site of St. Finnians monastery, the high cross of which is still stands on the site.

Map & Directions

Aaron House is located 12km from Birr on the R421 Kinnitty castle side of the village beside Kinnitty National School.

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