Paradise Found: Sheen Falls Lodge
Cosy fires, beautiful decor, fine food and scenery to remember, this Kerry gem ticks all the boxes for the perfect festive break, says Jessie Collins
What is it that makes memories? Often, it is simply the smell of a place. So when you step inside the broad, big hug that is the lobby at Sheen Falls and are met by a scent of wood smoke, followed by a kir royale, resistance is futile. This is a place of big welcomes, cosy yet generous spaces, and exquisite decor that marries its hunting lodge roots with the best in mid-century design.
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