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I liked everything about this place. The gardens around are beautifully designed and well kept. We were upgraded to a holiday house, which was a really nice suprice. These houses are very spacious and provide with a greater comfort than a B&B. We stayed there only one night, because our trip was fully planned, otherwise we would have extended our stay. We loved the breakfast. It was delicious. And the hosts are very nice people. You can feel they care about their guests.
Cleanliness. Good location heating system was not working properly in the room.
The location was perfect for me as I needed to visit a nearby company. The owner was very accomodating as I needed to leave the B&B early, so she said she would serve me breakfast earlier than usual. She was really helpful & friendly. The room could have done with leaving the windows open to air it a bit. Otherwise, the B&B was excellent.
Little room for improvement in this pleasently located well appointed guest house. No bad points.
The attractiveness of the location; the quality of the breakfast choices; free use of internet
The facilities were very nice. Full Irish breakfast in the morning was the perfect start to the day. Good location on the river just outside of town.
Ideally situated for Puck Fair. Delia and Fergus, many thanks for a memorable stay, I am experiencing withdrawal symptoms' that can only be remedied by a return visit. Hope to see you soon.
Food and comfortable surroundings less space than previous hotel but we may have been spoiled!
The comfort,the little details,smiling faces, the breakfast and the views.
Advice from staff on local possibilities and internet availability. Atmosphere of old manor house. Nothing
Great hospitality. Awesome view. Delightful breakfast
This is the absolute BEST B&B we have ever stayed in! Everything is arranged so beautifully and is really ran more like a 5 star hotel! The home is something you would see out of a magazine and the staff is amazing! The view of the beach and mountains was a delight! The only thing that I didn't like was the distance from Dingle and the drive across the Connor Pass everytime you wanted to make the trip to Dingle. The road is very narrow (sometimes a 1 lane) and is a bit scary, which prevented us from hanging out in Dingle as much as we would've liked. It is about a 20 minute trip total. Not sure it would keep us from staying there again, but thought it worthy to mention.
This is one of the finest Lodges you could ever wish to stay at, from the moment you arrive and get an incredibly warm welcome, to the moment you leave wishing to spent more time there, Annette and her team do all that they can to make your stay perfect. They serve the best breakfast anywhere and it is presented so elegantly, a marvellous way to start the day. One of our party was unfortunately taken ill during our stay and Annette could not have been more caring, providing not water bottles and anything else we needed. The views from the house are stunning with an amazing beach only a few minutes walk away; this is truly a total experience not to be missed. Not one thing!
Camp Junction House has amazing views of the ocean. John is a fantastic host! He's super friendly, and really cares about you enjoying your stay. Rooms were nice and comfortable. It's a bit far from most of the sites on the Dingle peninsula, so you'll have a bit of a drive each day.
While primarily for adults, I'm sure children are welcome. We loved our hosts Myra and Michael. Myra offered the full Irish Breakfast or a hearty continental. The Irish Breakfast was quite good. When I saw how close N70 was to the house, I thought we might have noise, but we did not, and I am a light sleeper. Good restful stay and wonderful conversations with Myra and Michael. Myra was helpful confirming our arrangements with the boat ride to Skellig Michael, having breakfast ready early so we could make an appointment, and she gave my husband and I a box of chocolates and birthday card when she found out we were both having birthdays while there. Being slightly north of the Ring of Kerry was also welcome because it was more quiet in Castlemaine which also positioned you nicely to Dingle. Nothing negative whatever to say.