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Hillview Farmhouse

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Herzliya, Israel
Reviewed 6 July 2014

this great farm house is right next free roaming cows, sheep, calves, chickens and even one donkey. we drove by and saw the cows and the B&B sign and decided to check if they had a room for us. even though we arrived unannounced and during the evening they treated us with tea and great freshly baked scones at the...

2Thank Alon_Shtadler
Reviewed 24 May 2014 via mobile

We thoroughly enjoyed our stay, and would definitely recommend. Welcoming, working farm. Delicious, home-cooked breakfast, friendly hostess, helpful suggestions and directions. Thank you for a lovely stay!

Thank Cathleen C
Elizabethtown, New York
Reviewed 29 August 2013

My husband and I recently (August 2013) toured the Republic of Ireland for two weeks. One week with a tour and the other week on our own. We booked several types of places to stay to try to get a taste of several things while we were there. We stayed one night at a regular B & B, two nights...

2Thank Diane B
Brooklyn, New York
Reviewed 12 August 2013

loved the stay it was a farm house l really liked the animals even to look at them is a peaceful feelling the service was brilliant and dorothea was very knowledgeable of the local killorglin and mid kerry area. The <a href="http://www.hillviewfarmhouse.com">hillview farmhouse website</a> contains details on all towns and attractions. I will be recommending hillview farm killorglin to my...

1Thank jsos20
Spokane Valley, Washington
Reviewed 19 July 2013

Dorothy and Joe greeted us on our arrival with tea and scones. Very quiet location with an incredibly relaxing setting. The hosts made us feel like family friends and that it was not a business, but a sharing of their home. The farm fresh breakfast was amazing and a great start for the Ring of Kerry. Dorothy offered an amazing...

2Thank holl5351
San Clemente, California
Reviewed 3 September 2012

Dorothy and Joe were the warmest most caring people! When we arrived we were greeted with homemade scones with real cream and butter! They were delicious! Dorothy sat down and chatted with us and we felt like family right away! She said it was milking time and we got to watch the cows being milked. That was quite something for...

6Thank Anne_776
Whangarei, New Zealand
Reviewed 30 August 2012

We recently travelled around the southern coast of Ireland. All the B&B's we stayed in made us feel very welcomed and were all great at giving us information. If you plan to do the King of Kerry an excellent base is at the Hillview Farmhouse B&B in Killorglin. We stayed 2 nights with Dorothea & Joe Stephens and thoroughly enjoyed...

5Thank Chris D
Bad Fallingbostel, Germany
Reviewed 26 August 2012

It was a lovely stay at Hillview Farm. I stayed there for four days and it was the best of the six B&Bs where I was during my trip around Ireland. I had a spacious double room with a large double bed for single occupancy. It was the room with the view downhill to the Dingle peninsula. Every morning I...

3Thank heideblume
Warner Robins, Georgia
Reviewed 24 August 2012

Simply the best view of all of our stays in Ireland! This is a real, working, dairy farm, so expect the sights, sounds, and smells accordingly. Since my wife is from a dairy family, this was like old home week for her. That said, it was a joy to stay there, the Stephens were wonderful hosts. Dorothea found out what...

6Thank DougF111
Salt Lake City, Utah
Reviewed 12 August 2012

I traveled through Ireland for 2 weeks staying at various B and B's and hotels. The Hillview Farmhouse was my favorite. It was like staying with my favorite aunt and uncle on the farm. This is a 7th generation working farm. The B and B is part of the farmhouse, warmly decorated with pictures and knick knacks from generations. The...

6Thank jlg2433

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Address: Milltown P.O., Killorglin, Ireland
Region: Ireland > Province of Munster > County Kerry > Killorglin
Number of rooms: 4
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“make sure you get the room overlooking the cows! :)”
Alon_Shtadler, 6 Jul 2014 | Read review
“Ask for rooms with a view downhill to see the Dingle peninsula.”
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