Pros: All good
Rooms were beautiful
This award-winning, family run farmhouse is surrounded by trees under the Slieve Mish Mountain. Guests can enjoy free Wi-Fi, power showers, and full Irish breakfasts. Light and freshly furnished, each spacious room at Tom and Eileen’s Farmhouse B&B enjoys an en suite bathroom with free toiletries. Some have mountain or garden views, and you can relax with orthopaedic beds covered in electric blankets, a TV, and free tea and coffee. Using plenty of local produce, breakfasts are served each morning and include pancakes with toppings, smoked salmon and scrambled eggs, or hearty, traditional cooked breakfasts. Castlemaine village is only 0.9 miles from Tom and Eileen’s, and guests can enjoy horse riding just 1.9 miles away. Canoeing and cycling is available less than 12.4 miles away.
Pros: The staff was amazing. The hotel grounds were gorgeous. The rooms were all tastefully done and the shower had wonderful pressure. The breakfast was very nice and the coffee was some of the best I had in Ireland. Our favorite part was being able to sit by the fire and have a nightcap after a long day sightseeing.
Pros: 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.
Cons: Nothing negative whatever to say.
In a quiet location in Castlemaine village overlooking the River Maine, the Castlemaine House B&B offers free Wi-Fi and free parking. It is located in the centre of County Kerry, 8.1 miles from Kerry Airport. Rooms are traditional in style, with wooden furnishings. Each has a TV for guests to use, and comes with facilities for making tea and coffee. Free toiletries and a hairdryer are also provided. Breakfast is served each morning in the dining room. Full Irish and continental options are available and guests have a variety of options from the extensive breakfast menu. Castlemaine House is on the Atlantic way route and ideally located for touring the Ring of Kerry, starting in Killarney, and the Dingle Peninsula which is 30 minutes' drive away. Public transport is available in the village, with connections to Tralee, Killarney, Killorglin, and Dingle (seasonal). It is a 25-minute drive to the Ring of Kerry, Kilarney and Kilarney National Park, with its picturesque lakes. A bar and restaurant are located within walking distance of the property.
Highly recommend to either the single traveler or a couple getting away.
Pros: It may take a bit to get out to the B&B, but if you are looking for someplace to relax and feel at home in nature this is the perfect place! If we would have known how much we would fall in love with this place we would have booked a longer stay!
Cons: The drive is a little perilous to get out there and back -but it's worth it!
Surrounded by stunning scenery, the remote Glencar B&B is well-located for walking the Kerry Way and exploring local hiking routes. Home-cooked food and drinks are served at Cooky Monster's Café, 24.9 miles from Killarney. Free WiFi, and tea and coffee facilities are in each room. A laundry service and a drying room are also available at Stepping Stone Bed and Breakfast. Stepping Stone B&B is set on the southern slope of Carrauntoohil. It is surrounded by the peaks of Curraghmore, Caher, Broaghnabinna, Duff, Namweela, Knockaunanattin and Mullaghanattin. The café offers an evening menu of local dishes, including Irish stew. Snacks and packed lunches are also available.
Inch View Lodge is located in Milltown, on a working, family-run farm. Free WiFi access is available in this country house. Featuring a shower, private bathrooms also come with a bath and a hairdryer. Some rooms have sea and mountain views. Extras include bed linen. At Inch View Lodge you will find a garden with a barbecue. An array of activities can be enjoyed on site or in the surroundings, including golfing and fishing. You can observe farm animals, including sheep and cows. This country house is 6.2 miles from Kerry Airport and 7.5 miles from Killarney National Park. Nearby attractions include Dingle, the Ring of Kerry and Scelleg Mikael. Inch Beach is 10 minutes' drive away.
With wonderful sea views, this traditional family-run guest house offers cosy rooms with free Wi-Fi. Liosderrig House B&B is located only 30 minutes' drive from Kerry Airport, in the heart of Glenbeigh. It is on the famous Ring of Kerry and on the Kerry Way. The bright and airy bedrooms are individually decorated. All rooms are en suite and feature a TV and work desk, and some have scenic views of the beach or mountains. Full Irish breakfasts are served daily at Liosderrig House B&B, including fresh coffee, a selection of cereals and homemade bread. The bars and restaurants of Glenbeigh are on the doorstep. Liosderrig House is situated directly on the Kerry Way walking route, just 1.2 miles from the Blue Flag Rossbeigh Beach, and drying facilities for walkers are available at no extra cost. Free on-site parking is available, and Killarney is just 14.9 miles away.
Overlooking beautiful Dingle Bay, Glencurrah House is located next to Seefin Mountain on the famous Ring of Kerry trail. Guests can enjoy its pretty gardens, rooms with sea views, and full Irish breakfasts. The light and traditionally furnished rooms all offer a private bathroom, along with free toiletries and a hairdryer. Guests can relax in the room with a TV. Freshly brewed coffee and home-made brown bread is served each morning, along with fruits, freshly cooked Irish breakfasts or crepes in the dining room. Kerry Airport is a 35-minute drive away, and a shuttle service is available from the airport’s neighbouring town, Farranfore. Killarney is a 30-minute drive away, while Dooks and its famous golf course is just 5 minutes' drive.
Pros: Newly renovated rooms added a modern touch to this heritage hotel
Cons: The location could be off putting for some with the main about a 15 minute drive away. Staff are also not present 24 hours
Pros: the comfortable bed, nice shower
Cons: the door can not locked in apartment 12
Pros: my stay at caitins was made special,by the care and helpfullness of its owner.
Pros: Brilliant room, easy to find location, Jack is a very good host and the kitchen was fab too.
Pros: We were very well received in Caitin's. We liked the room very clean, and with a wonderful skylight. The hostel has a well equipped kitchen which was helpful. The site is very nice and quiet. The owners were good host and apart from a good conversation, gave us good tips for the trip were extremely helpful.
Pros: Very clean room & shower room very friendly staff and excellent value
Cons: It was a little bit isolated 6 km from nearest town
Cons: The hotel staff wasn't around when I came, there was nobody there. The hotel was completely closed and when I wanted to pay and return the key the next morning Same story. I had to find the man in the shop 4 km down the road.
Overlooking Dingle Bay, midway between Glenbeigh and Cahirciveen, Caitin's is a traditional old-style pub with guest accommodations. Access to the Kerry Way walking route runs alongside Caitin's. Caitin's has been run by the Golden family for over 100 years. It provides very high-quality accommodations, and friendly, helpful staff. Within one kilometer there is a post office, grocery shop, gas station and a safe blue-flag beach for swimming.
We had a triple room; it had ample space for the 3 of us; more than I expected. The inn keeper was nice and joked. The front door is tricky to unlock after hours, you should practice before you go out if you plan on having any pints.
Pros: nice view; nice outside space; not a far walk from the main village
Cons: The GPS could not find it and we had to ask directions; but it wasn't a big deal
Kerry Ocean Lodge is a great choice for a stay in Glenbeigh. Freebies like WiFi and self parking are added perks, and guests looking to stay active can check out the nearby hiking/biking trails.
Larkin's Pub is situated in the famous County of Kerry, in Milltown, a peaceful town, close to the sea. This Inn is well known for its quality of welcome and service. Milltown, County Kerry offers the visitor comfort, relaxation, quality and value for money. Nestled in the heart of the Kingdom of Kerry between the McGillycuddys Reeks and the Dingle Peninsula, there are a range of attractions, sites and activities for the visitor.
Seems like all the money was put into the lobby. Rooms need updating. We had dinner which was pretty good but the buffet breakfast was not as good. Eggs were cold and runny. Despite the lack of help, those there did the best to accommodate your needs.
Pros: Lobby was very nice.
Cons: Noise from the street and a dog that barked continuously while trying to sleep. Having to get log ins for the wifi every 2hours for every iPad or iPhone. Having to go to the bar to find someone to assist you at the reception desk as no one was ever there
When visiting Castleisland, River Island Hotel is a great choice to consider. The pub is a great place to grab a drink, and guests looking for a bite to eat can check out Sliabh Luachra, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
The family-run Village House offers rooms with free Wi-Fi, full Irish breakfasts, and free parking. The Atlantic Coast is a 20-minute walk away, and guests can dry wet walking gear at the house. Each room at The Village House has a private en suite bathroom. Guests can relax in the rooms with a TV. The quiet village of Glenbeigh is located on the scenic Ring of Kerry driving trail, and the N70 road is 5 minutes away by car. Killarney National Park and Killarney Lakes are a 30-minute drive away.