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Located in Lauragh, 37 km from Killarney and 50 km from Sneem, An Sibin B&B features free WiFi access and free private parking. All rooms include a private bathroom fitted with a shower. You can engage in various activities, such as snorkelling, diving and cycling. The bed and breakfast also offers bike hire. Kenmare is 18 km from An Sibin B&B, while Bantry is 24 km from the property. The nearest airport is Kerry Airport, 49 km from the property.
Pros: The An Sibin, nestled in the forest of Lauragh is a very warm and welcoming place thanks to its lovely hosts Helga & David. It has a great variety of breakfast options, one of the best we had in Ireland. Also the Cafe offers delicious food during the day. The room was lovely and very clean and you have a beautiful garden view from the cozy bed. A very charming place to stay and start your trips from, especially if you want to avoid the crowded touristic places of the area.
Pros: Amazing stay in an idyllic location. Couldn't have been more welcoming and helpful. Lovely selection of local drinks and homemade food. Rooms were spacious and super comfy. Breakfast was also lovely. Located right next to the Healy Pass which is an exhilarating drive with breathtaking scenery. Will definitely be back again.
Cons: Nothing, exactly what we expected.
Pros: Lovely hostess who was very helpful and accommodating. The room was a great size. Breakfast was very nice.
Cons: No TV and the internet was patchy. On arrival it was hard to find the entrance.
Pros: Don't miss this gem! A colourful and quirky place filled with candles and fairy lights, An Sibin is tucked away beside a river and surrounded by trees. The bedrooms are light & spacious, and the bed the most comfortable I've slept in. Lots of choice on the breakfast menu - my smoothie with fruit & muesli was delicious.
Pros: Spacious rooms and comfortable beds. Delicious breakfast and coffee! We will be back for sure
Cons: We liked everything
Pros: Stayed for two nights - one at the start and end of our cycling trip to Beara. Was our favourite place to stay on the trip. Lovely spacious clean room & shower. Breakfast was absolutely delicious. Couldn’t have asked for any better!
Pros: we were greeted by the owners after a day of touring. We sat downstairs on big fluffy couch and had cappuccino and a scone. They bake everything right there so it was absolutely delicious. We went up to our rooms and everything was clean and bright and cheery. I have been told that Back in the early 1900s my family came here to do a little bit of food shop, A drink and some dancing. there were other people there but we did not hear them.
Cons: we loved everything about this quaint, remote bed and breakfast café.
Pros: Lovely warm welcome great service with a smile. Lovely breakfast, even got the chance to enjoy a game of chess..
Pros: The bed and linens were very comfortable and I slept really well which is so very important when you are on holiday. I also loved visiting with Helga and David. They have a real passion for what they are doing and you can tell. I highly suggest that you have a meal with them as well. Their food is a real treat as they put a real bit of family love into their made from scratch meals.
Cons: I would have liked a tv in my room but definitely wouldn’t prevent me from staying again.
Featuring a garden, a terrace and a shared lounge, Hungry Hill Lodge is located in Adrigole Bay on the Beara Peninsula and Wild Atlantic Way. Glengarriff is 20 minutes’ drive away. Free WiFi access is available at this hostel. You can enjoy a garden view from the room, and guests have access to barbecue facilities and an outdoor seating area. A continental breakfast is available on site for an additional charge. Guests have access to a shared kitchen and dining area. An array of activities can be enjoyed on site or in the surroundings, including cycling, fishing and hiking on the Beara Way. Sea kayaking is possible nearby, where seals can be observed. Cork Airport is 87 km away. The property offers free parking.
Pros: Helpful friendly staff who were very welcoming and happy to help. Rooms were great and the overall facilities in terms of kitchen, living room etc were really good. We had a mishap with one of our group who had to stay on an extra day and the owners were fantastic help.
Cons: It was in a beautiful location in Adrigole and unless you had transport there isn't anything around locally. That being said everything was just a short drive away.
Pros: Everything good!
Pros: The kitchen available, but it was not so clean
Cons: The change of room without previous advise, I didn't like to have a room without bathroom when the reservation included it, even if the room was larger then the one booked. The heating didn't work and the moquette was bad smelling
Pros: Owen and Barbara are wonderful hosts. The whole campsite is spotless and in an amazing location. 4th time staying and i will be back!
Cons: Nothing. Perfect!
Pros: Caretaker was very friendly and very accommodating.
Cons: We were in stone cottage & it was quite cold going to bathroom.
Pros: We stayed in the chalet which was great! A very nice little house and Owen is a great host! He arranged pick up and return to a great restaurant nearby for us. Would definitely recommend this place!
Pros: Good old camp ground style facilities with outstanding service by Owen! The room was fine, shower was great, not a lot of room in the bedroom but good lounge facilities and reasonable location as a base for a tour of the Beara peninsula. Would recommend staying here!
Pros: Very clean and well run
Cons: It was a very nice stay so nothing I did t like
Pros: this is one of the best hostels I have been to. I come back regularly when I am hiking in the area or when I have friends from France visiting
Pros: I left my important valuables early in the am and they were happy enough to assist us about it. Kudos!
A Country House retreat at the foot of the Sugar Loaf Mountains, Dromagowlane House is a charming 18th century home and organic farm in County Cork. Guests can enjoy 4-star comfort just a five-minute stroll from the sandy shoreline. Hosts Anne and Paul Harris pamper guests with traditional home cooking, superb local knowledge and a peaceful, welcoming atmosphere. Only 12km from idyllic Glengarriff, visitors can explore the unrivalled Beara Peninsula, follow scenic walking and cycling routes and try a spot of fishing with tackle and bait shop on site. Farmstay Experience Dromagowlane House is set in 20 acres, with an organic farm, garden and orchard that supplies the house. Guests can be taken on a tour of the farm to meet the animals - sheep with lambs, pigs, chickens and hens and guest can also collect the eggs for breakfast from the hen house.