We had a fantastic stay at Inchiquin house as a group of 6 and some little ones. It's a fantastic house with lots of space and beautifully restored. It was very cosy in winter time, and we lit fires in the dining room and sitting room every night. Anne was so helpful and accommodating with check in and any other needs we had. The house is also in a great location and we enjoyed walks in the Burren National Park at Gortlecka, Dromore woods and even down to the sea at the Flaggy shore. Would definitely recommend, and hope to be back again!
The views were amazing, very peaceful and quite, a very relaxing experience. I was in cork on a work trip during lock down all tourist places were closed, a tv in the house would have been appreciated as the evenings were long, however overall a really lovely experience
We had the most wonderful time in this charming cottage, the wind howling around the house, the fire lid. We would love to come back anytime. Being close to Kilybegs, some nearby beaches and Glencolumkil not far either, we had some very exciting day trips too. Thank you! Elisabeth and family
We thoroughly enjoyed staying in this incredible residence -the feeling of being 'inside' the fort is quite special.
Lovely old converted School House near a river and close to Sligo town and tons of other places to visit like the Carrowmore megalithic complex. Cozy place and well stocked for cooking. Comfy beds and a nice fireplace. All the mod cons (minus wi fi and tv). Our phones had good coverage though and so if we had wanted to we had internet through our phones. Very relaxing, which is just what we needed.
We really enjoyed our stay in Railway. It is a quaint, traditional cottage which is well equipped with all modern conveniences. Liaison with, Gerard, property manager, was great and with easy access and departure. Location near Donegal town on the Killybegs Road was good, with easy access to South Donegal, including Sliabh Liag, stunning. Cottage well equipped - only addition I would recommend would be, perhaps, an outdoor table and chairs (maybe wrought iron in keeping with the traditional style of the cottage?). All in all, we enjoyed our 3 night stay and look forward to experiencing further...more
The property is wonderfully restored. The underfloor heating made for a delightful level of warmth underfoot, and a great crawling surface for our infant. The property manager Maro made it easy to check in, out and was very responsive to queries and requests. It's very convenient for Cappoquin. Heartily recommend
Stayed as a family of 4. The cottage was spotless and well provisioned. After the initial shock to the kids that there was no WiFi or TV they soon got over it and we spent a wonderful week of exploring, finding hidden bays, dramatric mountains and culture. Can't recommend it enough for a family getaway.
We stayed for a birthday dinner and loved the quirkiness of the building and the location is superb for people who are not from central Dublin
Very nice place, clean, tidy etc just like home, staff n house manage very helpful, one big problem is park, having to pay €20 per 24 hours n car park when one could park n a designated space in the fort like the staff do,,, all you need is one car space per house,, other than that a great stay, highly recommend it
It was absolutely everything I expected and needed. A special gift given to me by those who know me best. The lighthouse was magical and the surrounding views were stunning. I experienced the changing weather and the power of the sea. The house was calm and has a unique character. Looking forward to doing it all over again in 2021!
We had a super stay over the new year at Wicklow Lighthouse and enjoyed the tranquil setting. The lighthouse was kept meticulously especially during Covid 19, the house manager was so considerate in assisting us , we felt very well cared for. I had wanted to do this for a long time and it was worth the wait.!!
The house was ready for us early which was great & the heating was on when we got there but the house was chilly that night,As it was straight after Christmas I assume that the house was empty for a couple of days with the heating off because the 2nd night it was lovely & cosy,,I'd take a hot water bottle if I was going in the winter.there was every utensil you'd need to cook,plenty of glasses,plates.The bed was comfortable,lovely views from the bedroom.Castletown house was only a few minutes walk away that you could get food in the cafe,we were there in a lockdown which meant we could only ge...more
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.
We stayed for two nights at the Woodward designed lodge in Annes Grove for the second time. The first being 23 years ago. As before we enjoyed the visit immensely - a perfect autum escape. We will be back and will not leave such a gap between visits. The housekeeping and welcome warm adn friendly as ever.
very enjoyable stay but two nights was too short a visit. Termon house is a very relaxing house to return to, having explored nearby attractions such as Tory Island and Glenveagh national park. I will probably stay here again.
We couldn’t ask for a quainter or more accommodating place near such a lovely location as Castletown house. Highly recommend.
We were thoroughly impressed with the Roundhouse. It may look small and quaint - but it is deceptively spacious and very comfortable for our family of five (2 adults and 3 young adults). It was warm and cozy and perfectly equipped for cooking and doing laundry etc. The layout of the house was also fabulous- we hosted many dinners for my elderly parents around the beautiful hall table and then retiring to the fire in the sitting room. The location is superb - step out the door into Castletown Estate grounds for walking through the fields, woods or along the river Liffey and of course aroun...more