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Seanua B&B

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Reviewed 15 May 2011

Okay...this review is a longtime coming. We stayed at the Seanua back in May 2009 and meant to write a review but just never got to it (sorry Andy & Alison). The room was nice and clean - bed was super comfy and the bathroom was roomy (especially for Ireland!). The B&B owners are super sweet and made us feel...

2Thank Highkicks
Reviewed 10 October 2009

It was the first trip to Ireland for us and the best choice to stay at Seanua. Cosy rooms, lovely people and the most delicious scottish breakfast you can get. We werz sad to leave and would be glad to come back some day. Best wishes, Carolin and Oliver

1Thank olli_d
Nellysford, VA
Reviewed 7 October 2009

Seanua was our favorite place in Ireland – a true homestay B & B. We enjoyed Alison and Andy, as well as their very engaging daughters Naoimh, Rachel, and Olivia. The rooms are homey with very comfortable beds, good-sized bathrooms with big fluffy towels and hairdryers. The breakfasts delivered by the girls are outstanding. We took every opportunity to interact...

Thank JanetWP
Sacramento, California
Reviewed 7 September 2009

Our family stayed at Seanua B&B for 3 nights in August 2009. We booked two rooms before our visit to Ireland and those rooms were waiting for us. As comfortable as the accomodations were, the joy of our stay was getting to know our hosts, Andrew, Alison, and there children. Our first night there, we were advised that Andrew was...

1Thank rremen
Reviewed 30 August 2009

We stayed at Seanua for eight nights - it's the perfect starting point for exploring the Beara peninsula and getting rest after a long and exciting day walking in the mountains or wandering through the magnificent countryside. Alison and Andy made us feel really welcome and created a natural family atmosphere that we enjoyed so much. The rooms were lovely,...

Thank telde
Reviewed 26 August 2009

My husband and I stayed at Seanua for two days in July, 2009. We used it as a base for exploring the Ring of Kerry. Andy and Alison are very welcoming, happy, and kind people. The B&B is just on the outskirts of Kenmare, within walking distance and less than a five minute drive to downtown Kenmare - a beautiful...

1Thank kdubsandbenny
Sydney, Australia
Reviewed 18 August 2009

My wife and I stayed with Andy and Alison and their family for 5 days while we were in the Kenmare area - in fact, we asked to stayed an extra night! :-) It was a privelege to stay at Seanua - the atmosphere Alison and Andy have created in their home was just first-rate. The breakfasts were delicious (our...

1Thank Aussie-Scott-Susan
All over the world
Reviewed 22 July 2009

It is hard to write this review as the family who owns this B&B was friendly and their children were great playmates for ours but I have to be honest and say that it was not a very good B&B experience at all. The breakfasts were far and away the worst of our trip. The house itself was not very...

Thank Tegia
Reviewed 6 July 2009

A friendly welcome from Andrew, Alison and the girls made my solo trip something to remember. The area is beautiful, close to the small town of Kenmare where traditional Irish music can be found. The accommodation was both comfortable and attractive with everything necessary for an enjoyable stay. Great Irish breakfast with other choices available if required. Can't wait for...

Thank winnie1936
Reviewed 1 July 2009

We stayed in a wonderful Bed and Breakfast, "The Seanua", in this charming clean, friendly little town. Our hosts Andy and Alison welcomed us into their home and life. Their suggestions of places of natural beauty to see were so close to Kenmare. The Gap of Dunloe, Muckcross, Torc waterfall and the Old Ladies view were all breathtaking. I know...

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
'Seanua' meaning old & new is an old farmhouse style home offering the modern comforts of a bet & breakfast near the picturesque town of Kenmare in the heart of open countryside with panoramic views of mountains sea and valley. There is a fishing river nearby and the location is central for touring the famous Ring of Kerry, Lakes of Killarney and the Ring of Beara. Golf, hillwalking, cycling and water sports are just some of the activities that can be enjoyed locally. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Seanua B&B

Address: Gortagass | Crossroads, Kenmare, Ireland
Region: Ireland > Province of Munster > County Kerry > Kenmare
Number of rooms: 22
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