Great few days recently at Inchiquin House. House is in excellent condition with all mod cons. - wifi is poor at the rear of the house. Suitable for 8/10 adults/children with 3 double bedrooms and 2 twin bedrooms. Good location beside Burren and half an hour from sea at Lahinch,Ballyvaughan etc.
Beautiful house in the heart of the center but sooooo quiet. Very clean with all mod cons (bar mugs for tea - were Irish!) . beds very comfy. Location is fab and to be in a fort even better. Can seem pricey if its only 2 people but i cant begrudge it as it was a great experience. Did not miss the TV one bit as radio was excellent.
Killee cottage is a very comfortable beautifully restored cottage. Very welcoming house manager. Excellent place to stay and a great addition to Landmark Trust’s portfolio. Very easy to find - it is not far from Mitchelstown. Only problem was poor or non existent phone signal and of course no wifi. This is a problem post Covid as opening hours for cafes and even OPW sites nearby are not as one would expect. Online checking is really essential. It would be nice if some of the rear space beyond the picnic bench was either cut or better still was a meadow rather than unsightly weeds. A small po...more
We had a fantastic stay in this unique and wonderful property. We have already secured our stay for next year. Many thanks to Irish Landmark for making these properties available to us.
We visited SJ Schooner with our two young children - and couldn't recommend it more. The cottage is comfortable and spacious. The setting is absolutely beautiful. The nearby beaches were wonderful places to spend time, white sand, rock pools to explore, and surrounded by fields.
We were made to feel very welcome on arrival Gerard has a lovely welcoming manor- location can’t be faulted - the light house is a true once in a life time experience
A great city stay in Cork, closer to the city centre than we had thought. Parking around the fort and in Cork in general is very tricky, so better come by public transport, if you can.
The Schoolhouse at Annaghmore is a beautiful house. It is in a wonderful location. The condition of the house is impeccable and exceeded our expectations. We would recommend this house to anyone who is seeking peace and tranquility. The information Sarah gave us regarding the bats was very interesting.
This beau building is a quaint , well looked after building that just welcomes you with its charm as soon as you walk through the front door
We spent 5 nights at the Merrion Mews last week. There were 5 of us in our group. The location is fantastic - pretty much within walking distance to everything in central Dublin. The property is also within a lovely residential/ apartment area, so there are lots of local bars and pubs in the nearby. We had a rental car for our 3 nights at Loophead Lighthouse on the west coast, but returned our car to Shannon and just took the Greenbus into Dublin. No need for a car while in the central city. The Landmark Trust description said it was above an active stable, but we did not see any ho...more
A lovely small cottage with beautiful garden. But, very small bed and, worse, almost no water pressure at all. It is impossible to take a shower! Seems to be a already known problem
Gail was friendly and welcoming, it was lovely to hear the family history and local recommendations. The accommodation is a unique opportunity to stay at the lighthouse and experience the lighthouse operating into the night. We were lucky enough to have typical Irish weather of a misty rainy day and then a clear sunny day the next so this meant we had plenty of different views during our time there. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and would definitely recommend it - thank you!
Spacious and comfortable house with stunning location and views. Beautiful cliff walks, bird watching and lighthouse tours out your front door. The caretaker is also wonderful and willing to help with whatever comes up. Do be aware there are public tours and facilities in the courtyard during the day. It wasn’t a problem for us - we enjoyed access to the coffee each morning and still had plenty of privacy. Cell service also pretty spotty but worth it. Bring a good book!
Actually, you can just look out the window all day and you're already satisfied. There are beautiful walks along the coast. Besides, the stairs provide daily exercise. We are very happy to come back!
We had a memorable stay in Batty Langley Lodge and thanks to Breda we managed to see hidden gems close by aswell as the birth and final resting plase of Arthur Guinness. The house was well worth a visit aswell as the coffee shop and gardens. Lovely river and park walks. We were able to travel into the city by bus as Celbridge is only 20 mins walk through the park. Could find nothing to fault
The location of the Townhouse is excellent with amenities right on its doorstep. Great to experience an old house in the heart of the vibrant city.
Lovely place to stay . Stairs to bedroom is class.very medieval. Harte fireplace would be lovely in winter ,gate’s and walls give alot of sisclusion
This is a beautiful house with amazing views from every window. We loved it - walking to the beach and going in the sea and walking back to the cosy house and a fire. A very special place
Beautiful+vintage small country cottage, at entrance to natural park, but also shops for essentials.
This I’m was my second time staying in the house and it was once again a wonderful experience. The house itself is incredibly cosy and a lovely place to spend time with family or friends, there is also a small outdoor area where you can eat together in addition to the lovely and well equipped kitchen. There are lots of books to read. The town itself is also full of activity- the Castletown house and gardens is of course the star of the show, but you should also go on a guided tour of the town (Celbridge Guided Tours) to ensure you learn about the wider history and see more of the historic si...more