Booked a room for a one night stay to meet up with friends for an evening, the room was clean and tidy, not overly spacious but comfortable for what we wanted. The staff were friendly and helpful offering advice on where to eat and drink around the town.
We stayed for 2 nights... staff were very helpful abs friendly - rooms really clean and comfortable. Breakfast was really lovely - perfectly cooked. Overall a lovely place to stay and very good value. Great location
Stayed recently for 3 nights in the Kilkee town house B&B, Rooms were clean & bright, Offers a great full irish with beans in a separate small dish on the plate, Warm crispy toast with proper butter, The service was also 100% ,
Hi I stayed at Kilkee Townhouse end of July and it was one the best Bnbs I have ever been too.The room was cosy and bright, lovely shower bath and the Seaview was breathtaking. The owner and her staff are really friendly and polite. I cannot wait to return again for another visit.Also the breakfast was top class very tasty and fresh. I'm really grateful to have found this charming beautiful Bnb in Kilkee which never disappoints. Well worth a visit.
Would highly recommend. We were staying with a young family, and Maureen and the rest of staff were very accommodating for our needs. Room was clean, and exactly what we needed. Breakfast was good and well organised, and the location ideal for Kilkee - just off the Main Street, so quiet but with brilliant access to shops, pubs and the beach.
Stayed for 4 nights B&B. Hotel was spotless. We had a twin bed room. Very nice and clean. Beds were very comfortable and bathroom/shower etc was a good size. Staff were all extremely friendly and breakfast was superb with a wide variety of choices. The icing on the cake was Maureen’s home made breads which were simply superb. Will certainly go back and would highly recommend.
We stayed one night and the room was nice. The hosts were extremely knowledgeable and welcoming. The breakfast was really lovely and nothing we asked for was too much. Would go back.Kilkee is a pretty little seaside town. We ate in hickeys which was great, and recommended by b and b hosts.
Three of us spent last Friday and Saturday in Kilkee, staying in the excellent Kilkee Town House, a comfortable, spotlessly clean hotel with very friendly and helpful staff at a quite reasonable overnight rate. We had a memorable meal in Murphy Blacks, superb Scallops and decent wine list, our enjoyment enhanced by the wit and banter of Corkman Murphy, the joint owner. We swam in the Pollock Hole no 3, which has to be the best location in Ireland for an envigorating plunge in the sea. We supped at length in pubs Scott's and The Greyhound and were lucky enough to listen to the aged but brilliant Limerick R&B group , The O Malleys in the Greyhound. Their rendition of the classic Madam George was 10 minutes of nostalgic heaven. To these 3 Corkman, our weekend in Kilkee was just brilliant. The Murray's…
Stayes here recently and woke to find no running water in shower or tap. Told the owner and dismissed it totally saying the plumbet should have it fixed soon whilst giving no apology. Not good enough and improvement needed. On the otherhand beds comfortable and good breakfast.
Really enjoyed our stay here. The staff were so friendly and welcoming, we were given some great dinner recommendations.The rooms were exactly what we needed. Breakfast was good with a nice selection. Would highly recommend.