Killure Bridge Nursing Home has been thoughtfully designed and tastefully decorated. Many have commented that it is more like a hotel rather than a nursing home. Our feature crystal chandelier adorns our foyer, complementing our use of native ash and glass viewing panels. All areas are fully wheelchair accessible.

Living areas

Killure Bridge Nursing Home has several large living areas. Our south facing Sun Room provides a place for residents to enjoy the great views and benefit from the secure patio area. The Library is a very relaxing room where the residents may wish to go for some quiet time or privacy with their visitors. The Sitting Room is home to a handcrafted traditional stone fireplace and stunning views of the surrounding countryside. This area has become the lively meeting place for Residents and friends. Our private dining room adjoins our fully equipped kitchen. The Nursing Home also houses an Oratory which offers Residents an area for quiet reflection where spiritual needs will be met.

Sleeping areas

The spacious bedrooms are cheerful, bright and airy. Most rooms are en-suite, with some shared rooms for those who prefer company. Each Resident has their own telephone (for incoming calls), double built in wardrobe, ample space for personal items and a variety of views from each bedroom.


Our beautifully landscaped gardens complement the Nursing Homes own private lake, named Suibhneas, which is the Irish for “calm”. The lake contains water features including a fountain, weeping rock and a duck house. The wildlife on the lake provide a constant source of entertainment to young and old alike.

Entrance to the Nursing Home is sheltered by our covered set down area which is supported by ample private car parking.

Catering Facilities

Our varied menu is both appealing and nutritionally balanced. There is always a choice on the menu. Special diets such as diabetic, low cholesterol etc are also catered for. We endeavour to cater for the individual dietary needs of each residents and as far as possible the needs of our visitors.

Maura Doyle:I am so happy
here. Everyone is so kind and
nice, the food is beautiful.

Pictured: Maura Doyle with
her nephew Jim.