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We had an enjoyable stay with Ms. Mary who is funny and energetic! She instructed our husbands to carry our luggage up two flights of stairs! We stayed in a triplesingle bed room which was comfortable with quilts and wool blankets! The breakfast was a...More
We stayed here for a night during our trip to Kinsale; as others have mentioned there was a note on the door directing us to go to the pub down the hill to get the key. We found Mary there, and she walked with us...More
If you are looking for fancy this is not the place for you, but if you are looking for someplace with charm and character this is it. Mary is a wonderful hostess and certainly makes you feel at home and invites you down to the...More
Quaint little B&B great location close to heart of town but also very quiet, Mary's hospitality was generous and don't be surprised if you are invited down to The Tap tavern for a drink as she is the land lady down there. Best Irish Breakfast...More
Mary is a 'hoot' - our double-occupancy room was clean and roomy. Our friend had a single-occupancy room that was very small. Good breakfast and Mary was very attentive during the meal - loved the quaint feel of the breakfast setting. Great location with easy...More
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Response from Toothfairy311 | Reviewed this property |
You have to park on the street nearby which we didn't seem to have a problem doing. We double parked to unload our luggage. Kinsale is a walking town with narrow streets so you will want to park your car anyways!