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Not enough words to describe this lovely hotel. My husband and I stayed here for a few days in October and just absolutely loved it.
The owner John O'Farrell was incredible.. the views, the food, the staff, the kindness, were beyond exceptional. Highly recommend !...More
We stayed here on a trip in the November off-season and still had a wonderful time. The location is perfectly situated a moderate (15ish minutes) outside of town, so it's nice and quiet but you can easily head into town for activities. Very easy to...More
Accommodations were simply amazing! Warm welcome with elegant surroundings. Views were spectacular! Breakfast was outstanding with a beautiful presentation and cooked to order. Loved my stay and wished I could of stayed much longer.
This was my 2nd stay at Pax House. I visited in November 2016 for 2 nights and everything about that stay was absolutely grand. Like last year, I wish I could keep this place as my little secret because I love it so much, but...More
You can see that John has put his heart and soul into making this the best B&B in Ireland. All the furnishings and decor was imaginative and suited the vibe of the house, and breakfast was first class.
If you are heading to Dingle, I...More
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Your best bet to help select the room that is right for you is to email the owner, John O’Farrell through the Pax House website with your dates. He helped me choose the first year I stayed with him. I’ve stayed there twice... More
Your best bet to help select the room that is right for you is to email the owner, John O’Farrell through the Pax House website with your dates. He helped me choose the first year I stayed with him. I’ve stayed there twice (in November). I don’t think you can go wrong with any room at Pax House. There are great views from the lounge for all guests and a terrace that is accessible from the lounge. But... if you have a sea view room, you could turn off your lights at night to see the view with no reflections in glass windows... If you want a terrace room, you may be visible while in your room (with the blinds open) to other guests walking on the lawn. But I’m not sure about that. It was always something I considered when selecting a room. For that reason, I myself would probably opt for the Top of the House room given the rooms you are considering.