Neidin is the Irish name for Kenmare and translates to Little Nest. A Little Nest is exactly what was envisaged in 1790 when The Lansdowne first opened its door.
The Lansdowne Kenmare has been part of the history of Kenmare since it was built as the town residence of William Perry Fitzmaurice in 1790, the 2nd Earl of Shelbourne, and is one of the oldest landmarks in Kenmare.
It now stands as a beacon welcoming guests to wander the streets of this quaint town and to explore the breath-taking scenery that surrounds it.
At the heart of The Lansdowne Kenmare is a passionate team, dedicated to creating great memories for our guests who return time and again for escapes to Kenmare. For us hospitality begins with a warm welcome and ends with a friendly goodbye, with great service, stylish décor and tasty food .
We love The Lansdowne Kenmare and we hope that you will too.