Had a lovely break in Garrison house in the middle of Cork City. Everything was on our doorstep it was just perfect
Another beautiful stay in this house. A great place for both young children to explore, and for all to relax while enjoying family time in stunning surroundings. Thank you!
The location is unique and absolutely stunning. Accommodation is great and Gerard was great. You require your own transportation and phone signal boy great in house but you really really can escape from it all at this wonderful property
We had a fabulous weekend in Galley Head. My only gripe is the departure time on the day you leave. 10am is very early, barely time to get up and have breakfast, especially with the 4pm entry time on arrival day. 11am would be more acceptable. Other than that couldn’t fault our experience.
The cottage is restored to a very high standard with an old world charm. It is steeped in history. It is set in a tranquil garden where you can imagine the trains once running. It is ideally situated close to amazing beaches and cliffs of the Wild Atlantic Way. Donegal town is only 2 km away with lovely pubs and restaurants.
Really enjoyed my stay. Scenery was beautiful with lovely sunsets. Very warm and comfortable with all essentials provided. Easy to find.Gerald most helpful.
Our stay in Parade House was really enjoyable. Perfect spot for two people. Would be a trifle tight for three. Elizabeth Fort’s historical connections were a bonus enhanced by a guided tour of the Fort. Loved Cork city. Some promo material, brochures or flyers of places of interest etc. Would have been helpful.
Our stay in your lovely school house was absolutely brilliant great location school house was well equipped and enjoyed our time there immensely. The only downside of the whole experience was at the end when we were accused of not notifying that we would have a dog with us which we did when we booked the School house filled in the forms and even had to enter the dogs breed and also the dog’s name. There seems to be a lack of communication between the Dublin office and the site manager obviously they don’t communicate well and it did leave a bad taste in our mouth’s from what was a lov...more
It was thoroughly enjoyable and the gate lodge has a v warm atmosphere. Two minor quibbles...provide a small cooking pot for, say, boiling an egg and provide some complimetary shampoo/soap.
This was our second time staying with our two young teenagers in the Merrion Mews house. The house is ideally located for a city break for taking in the cultural and landmark highlights of Dublin. The house itself is incredibly peaceful, quiet and makes you feel very safely nestled in a little oasis of calm in the middle of everything. The house is incredibly comfortable, a real home away from home, beds and bathrooms are of a very high standard. The kitchen is extremely well equipped , everything works and is uncomplicated. Great for a family with two kids who all need their own space and l...more
We had a great stay and our host Gail was so helpful . I would recommend to anyone to visit Galley Head
A quiet & remote place to forget about time but easy to tour towns & villages with car. Very cosy & warm. With no TV & limited WiFi, it was perfect to chat & catch up in the evenings. Dog stayed too (allowed) - she loved it.
Had a great time and with its location on the cliff got some very wild and stormy weather which added to my stay
We loved staying here. Arranging arrival with Teresa was easy and she was so welcoming. Te lodge is fanstic and had everything you might need for a stay. The grounds were beautiful and the lodge was completely silent at night. No wifi and TV meant we weren't even tempted to connect with the busy world outside.
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.
This is an idyllic setting for a weekend away on your own, with family or friends. Location is perfect in wild and wonderful surroundings with the waves protecting you on all sides.
From the moment we met Theresa we knew we were going to have a fantastic time. What a very special lady. She welcomed us with a "cead mile failte", We actually felt we knew her all our lives, such a warm, kind, friendly, knowledgeable, helpful and happy lady. The castle itself was lovely and quaint, full of charm and history. It was so inviting with the stove lit and what an array of books and games to choose from. Loved the fact that there was no television as this allowed us to totally recharge our minds and bodies. The peace and quiet was lovely and the birds singing was such a tr...more
Termon House is a wonderful retreat in an idyllic seaside location with an added bonus: you experience the weft and weave of history from every angle and perspective throughout the property.
What I liked: Clean, warm, comfortable and functional. The furniture was correct. Beautiful fresh crisp bed linen. Fresh flowers in kitchen were a lovely touch and more than enough. Most of the reading material was interesting. Board games instead of TV. What I did not like: Furnishings too floral and not authentic- too much like the idea of your grandmothers house, rather than that of a historical living family home, the house would be better trying to emulate. Readers digest magazines beside bed in master room, rather than one of the many beautiful, interesting books on bookshelf. The crocke...more
We are a group of friends who did a post-grad together. We try to meet once a year but it had been two years since we last got together. Castletown Round House was the perfect place for us. The house is unique and we immediately gave ourselves over to its charms. On our first night, we lit the fire, ordered in a take away from the many on our doorstep, and proceeded to catch up. The location, right at the end of the main street in Celbridge, was great. We were walking distance from a convenience store, restaurants, pubs, the lovely grounds of Castletown, its cafe - unfortunately the house itse...more