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All reviewsoutstanding hostssconesgreat place to stayexcellent locationpublic car parkno elevatorgreat breakfastoverlooking the watervisit kinsalejunior suitespent one nightmiddle of townnice roomfirst floorstayed longerminute walkgood size
We stayed in this guest house for 2 nights at the beginning of our trip to Ireland. The rooms were clean and well decorated and the breakfast was excellent.
The owners were on hand to assist and offer advice on places to eat and drink....More
We spent one night in Kinsale and very much enjoyed our stay at the Long Quay House. Very cute room with a great view of the harbor. The owner was so nice and helpful when we needed it. Located so close to everything and the...More
We stayed one night and were upgraded to a lovely spacious room. Smart recent renovations to all rooms. Delightful breakfast room and lounge. Super location with view of the pretty Kinsale harbour. Our host was exceptional and when a medical emergency caught us in the...More
We loved, loved, loved Long Quay House. The hospitality and location was the best stay of our Ireland trip. Owners were extremely gracious from the moment we arrived until we left. Kinsale is an amazing town and you can walk every where and enjoy all...More
Kinsale in County Cork is a great place to see and is within driving distance of Blarney and Cobh. Peter and Rosa are outstanding hosts and the rooms are very nicely appointed. Great breakfast and served with white gloves was a nice touch. Highly recommend.
There's nothing on site, but there is easily accessible parking. There are a few free on street spaces right across the street in addition to the car park that charges during the day. When we went, in early October, there... More
There's nothing on site, but there is easily accessible parking. There are a few free on street spaces right across the street in addition to the car park that charges during the day. When we went, in early October, there was at least one free spot available whenever we wanted to park. When we first arrived, the owner was nice enough to go outside and stand in a spot to make sure no one took it as we were turning the car around to go park it.