What can I say about Myra and the team , from the moment I arrived it felt like a home from home and being away on business this is important. The cottage I have is clean, tidy and has all you need for a comfortable stay and open fire is a wonderful touch. The beds are comfortable and the kitchen has all the mod cons. The view is outstanding and even the dog on site makes me smile with his antics For a holiday or short break you won’t be disappointed as Tralee and the local Kerry area has so much to give and only 10 mins from a blue flag beach. I’m back again for work in Jan but will bring the family here one day x
There were many personal touches added to make this a very enjoyable stay. Myra is an excellent host and we can’t wait to visit again. Cottage was very clean, taxi to town is 10e. Some lovely walks close by.
Myra’s Courtyard Cottages are a hidden gem... it was the perfect place for our week-long stay to visit Dingle, Killarney, Limerick and even the Cliffs of Moher. From Myra’s warm welcome with a roaring fire (after a very long & frustrating day of delayed flights & missed train connections) and bottle of wine to fresh scones, jam, butter, coffee, milk & eggs for our morning breakfast and all the lovely, homey touches of fresh flowers, we couldn’t have asked for a more hospitable, warm or lovely place to stay for our first trip to Ireland.
Spent a long weekend in Kerry and used courtyard cottages as a base, lovely host, brilliant spot and lovely accommodation. We were made to feel very at home as soon as we arrived, would recommend it as a base in the area.
I stayed here in late October and I liked the place. It was a good size. The cottage I stayed in was a two bed room and I liked that it had a kitchen, living room, shower and bath tub. The one negative was that the heating wasn't great and it was quite cold in the cottage. The heat was set low and once the sun went down it was quite cool. The fire place helped and I could see this place being perfect in the summer. The water pressure in the shower was okay the cold and hot water come out of different facets in all the sinks. The kitchen was stocked with everything I needed including coffee, tea, oil, and vinegar. Not all of the burners on the hob worked. The tv had a HDMI port and a handful of cable channels. In terms of location it was easy to explore the Dingle peninsula and Killarney. The ring of Kerry was a bit of a hike because the roads are slow. It's doable, it's just a long day. of driving…