The hotels of the Group
Way back as the 1950s were coming to an end, Hans Liebherr built a guest house in the south west of Ireland to accommodate visitors to his new factory. A short while later, his first hotel was erected in the idyllic countryside. The Group now operates six first-class hotels in Ireland, Austria and Germany.
When the founder of the company, Hans Liebherr, opened a production site in 1958 in Ireland's Killarney, there was a shortage of accommodations in the region for visitors. He subsequently had a guest house built. A short while later, the company acquired a plot directly by a lake. Instead of the factory that had originally been planned for the site, he erected his first hotel called "The Europe" in the idyllic countryside. In this way, he created the basis for a new business area – the Liebherr hotels.
Within a few years, two further hotels are opened in the Irish county of Kerry, the "Dunloe" and the "Ard na Sidhe Country House". Both are in an exquisite location and offer their guests a particularly high level of comfort. The Group now operates six first-class hotels in Ireland, Austria and Germany. They all have one thing in common: their high standards of quality.