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The property is incredible; gorgeous landscaping, beautiful flowers, a nice walk through a field to a 360 degree viewing platform with breathtaking views of the surrounding area, and a neat little rotating garden pod to sit in and take it all in. The hostess was...More
I booked in to the Coolakay B and B for two nights to attend a party nearby. Unfortunately my check in was significantly late due to flight delays. This meant, horror of horrors, that I had to ring the landlady in my arrival at 2.00am....More
We stayed here 2 nights at the start of our 2-week tour of Ireland. It was a perfect introduction to the lovely B&B's of Ireland. Yvonne, the owner, is just as lovely and helpful as you could ask for. Our room was small but nice....More
Of the 5 B&Bs we stayed during our trip, Coolakay House was easily the nicest. The grounds were beautiful and well maintained and the facilities were the most up to date. Yvonne, the owner, was very accommodating, even cutting short a dinner in town when...More
This B&B is nestled in the countryside of Enniskerry, with spectacular gardens and a million dollar view. Yvonne was so hospitable, anticipating our needs and ready to help out anyway she could. The room was comfortable and it was nice to have a refreshment station...More
There is a busstop in nearby village of enniskerry, which I assume has a service in the direction of Dublin. It is about 7 mins drive from the b&b, and I know the local taxi is used to collecting or dropping off for the bus... More
There is a busstop in nearby village of enniskerry, which I assume has a service in the direction of Dublin. It is about 7 mins drive from the b&b, and I know the local taxi is used to collecting or dropping off for the bus. There is a good team service out of Dublin so the bus does not have to get you all the way in. Best ask the b&b how best to get to them.