Butler Arms Hotel
Latitude / Longitude: 51.82743, -10.17198
Welcome to Butler Arms Hotel one of Ireland's best known family-run hotels in Kerry, treasured by its many guests over the years by its air of luxury combined with a welcoming and homely atmosphere. Situated midway around the Ring Of Kerry, Waterville (An Coireán) "The Little Whirlpool" is the premier coastal tourist centre of South West Kerry and has welcomed many celebrities over the years such as Walt Disney, Charlie Chaplin and family, Bob Hope, Michael Douglas and Katherine Zeta Jones as well as sporting legends Tiger Woods, the late Payne Stewart and Dan Marino, all attracted by its beauty and various amenities.
Butler Arms Hotel Rooms
Choose from a range of individually decorated rooms with your comfort in mind from intimate exclusive seaview rooms to 12 recently built luxury Junior suites. All rooms are impeccably furnished to be your comfortable home from home, and the stunning views from your window will provide an ever-changing vista of ocean, land and sky bathed in subtly-shifting light.
Butler Arms Hotel Restaurants & Bars
The Fishermen's Restaurant awarded 1 Red Rosettes by the AA for excellent cuisine offers a varied menu specialising in a variety of fresh seafood and locally sourced meat complemented by an excellent wine list.
We cater for vegetarians and, if you have special dietary needs, please let us know.
"A former guest from the start of the century recalled the daily evening seven course menu as consisting of: Hors doevre, Soup, Fish course, Joint (main meat course), Desert, Cheese Board and Tea/coffee all of this was followed bu copious wine and whiskey, as beers and stouts were not popular in such settings at the time. Styles and tastes may change but whatever your choice you are still likely to find it in the Butler Arms Hotel"
The Fishermen's Bar
The Fishermen's Bar offers a superb bar menu in relaxed surroundings. Here is a place where guests can become friends and they can choose to meet local people in this public bar.
"If God had really intended men to fly, he'd make it easier to get to the airport" - George Winters