Muskerry Arms, Blarney


Muskerry Arms was acquired by the O’Connor family in 1984 and has been managed by Nell O'Connor and Family ever since. First established in1838, the house is named after the Muskerry Tram line, which serviced the village up until 1830. The O’Connors will greet you with a warm welcome and will do everything possible to ensure t...

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B&B Overview

Muskerry Arms was acquired by the O’Connor family in 1984 and has been managed by Nell O'Connor and Family ever since. First established in1838, the house is named after the Muskerry Tram line, which serviced the village up until 1830. The O’Connors will greet you with a warm welcome and will do everything possible to ensure that your stay in Cork is an enjoyable one. Free secure parking is provided for guests traveling by car.

Room Information

Rooms at Muskerry Arms follow a contemporary, cosmopolitan design. Solid wood flooring and warm plush bedding adorn each room. All rooms are en-suite. Double, Single, Triple and wheelchair friendly rooms can all be booked. Each room comes equipped with wireless internet access and TV.

Hotel Facilities

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

Food & Beverage

Muskerry Arms offers a range of dining options in both the on site restaurant and in the bar. The restaurant serves a blend of traditional Irish meals and foreign cuisine. The bar offers a more relaxed dining experience. Full Irish breakfast is available in the bar all day long.

Area Information

Muskerry Arms is located right in the centre of Blarney Village. Blarney is famous around the world for being the associated with the gift of the gab, or speaking non stop.

Map & Directions

We are located on the village square, in the centre of Blarney.
From Dublin: Take the N8 towards Cork. At Cork, take the North Ring Road and follow the signs for Limerick (N20). From the N20 take the R617 into Blarney.

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