My partner and I stayed in at the Perryville House in Kinsale for 2 nights, and the town and the B&B were the unexpected gems of the entire trip. We had never been to Kinsale and didn't expect it to be as charming as it is. It's big enough to explore for a few days but small enough to feel manageable, and the food and scenery are great. Perryville House is an upscale B&B and the owners have paid attention to the details and the fine touches. Our room was very comfortable and spacious and we couldn't have asked for a better location. Owner Andrew provided a warm welcome and was very helpful during our stay. We couldn't wake up fast enough to get down to the incredible breakfast! Everything was fresh and either homemade or locally sourced and I could have eaten breakfast for every meal of the entire trip! The only slight detractor from a full 5-star rating was the location of our room. We were above the shop on the 2nd floor and through the view of the harbor was fantastic the traffic noise from the street was a bit much. It wouldn't stop us from coming back or recommending this place, but I would request a different room.
Randy and John from Washington, DC
Welcome to Irish hospitality at its very best at the Perryville House Guest House in Kinsale , which offers you all the …More
Nice touches- books in room, turndown service with weather forecast for next day, borrow DVDs and kites from reception- helpful! Despite all rooms being "luxury doubles" some are more overlooked than others by guests arriving/departing the building. However, we asked to change rooms and the next day got an amazing one on a high floor with great beach view which truly made our holiday! The staff are lovely, the Residents Bar is a quiet retreat, the main restaurant great for breakfast (good seaviews) but pricey 5 course evening meals so we chose to eat in the atmospheric Dunes Bistro Bar (also within the hotel). You cannot reserve tables here but we got in most nights without much of a wait and the food is incredible as are the portion sizes! Both beaches either side of the hotel are to die for and walks are plenty. Clonakilty town is nice and only about 10mins away by car (tricky to walk as not always pavement) with other eating choices aplenty but we couldn't tear ourselves away from Dunes! Go try and enjoy- we will be BACK!!
Diane from Cheshire
LocationSet overlooking two stunning beaches with endless views of the ocean, Inchydoney Island Lodge and Spa is long …More
Had a wonderful 3 night stay here over the easter break. Was such a peaceful beautiful hotel with lovely views. The restaurant was superb with a top rate menu and the Chef was top class. Most of all I cannot praise the staff enough We were welcomed so warmly and thoroughly spoilt throughout our stay nothing was to much trouble.
We plan to return very soon.
michelle from essex UK
In the heart of the lush green valleys of North County Cork, and a haven for fishing and walking, Longueville House - Mallow …More
The hotel is located in a beautifil area. Rooms ar very clean an have gorgeous views of cobh harbour which is very nice. The double bed we received in the room was very uncomfortable it seemed to be two single beds pushed together which wasnt nice. Everything else was perfect an staff wer very pleasant. Also great selection of breakfast which tasted great. Overall we enjoyed our stay.
What a wonderful peaceful upmarket hotel, staff were just brilliant and so friendly.
Scenery was just out of this world, how wonderful to have a hotel in one of the most beautiful corners of Co Cork.
Food was excellent, staff were so helpful and no job was too much for them.
Standards were the best I've come across for a long while and we travel a lot to all different parts of the country and beyond but this is far the best we have stayed in for a good while.
Cannot wait to go back soon
Maggie from England
Breathtaking views, fresh ocean air and a scenic cliffside location all combine to make the Bayview Hotel, Ballycotton the …More
We really enjoyed the 2 nights that we stayed here .It is on a country estate and you can wander around the grounds at will. The rooms are clean and comfortable, the food was delicious and nicely presented. The staff were very helpful. We would happily reccommend it to friends.
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