It is reasonable value and our room had plenty of space for bags, good bedside lights and a large bathroom. As a person who tends toward minimalism I found all the unnecessary furniture and "collectables" a bit much, but others might see them as interesting possible antiques. But I did sleep well. It is a short walk to the village and there was room for parking.
We stayed at this B&B as part of a walking tour group. The company was so lovely. I would recommend this B&B to anyone in the area. We were within walking distance of the town. John and Barbara made us feel right at home.
We had a great time during our stay at the Whins. The rooms were immaculate, the breakfast delicious and the location could have been better. John and Barbara were such welcoming hosts. We loved talking with them, hearing about the town, and staying in their wonderful home. Would most definitely stay here again!
We stayed one night and were delighted with the entire visit. John and Barbara were lovely hosts welcoming us into theyre home. We had an excellent nights sleep and found the 4 poster bed very comfrotable. Breakfast was superb (full Irish) which we ate in the upstairs dining room looking straight out at an unobstructed view of Dunfanaghy Golf course and onto Killhoy beach. Awesome. Its an easy 5 minute walk into the village and i have no problems recommending the establishment to anyone and will definitely be back.
This is a lovely B&B that has the breakfast room on the 2nd floor overlooking a golf course and the ocean with a big picture window. Barbara is from New Hampshire and so very friendly and sweet, as is John. The breakfasts are out of this world. Try the yummy porridge with almonds and honey. I did not have the scrambled eggs and salmon, but it looked wonderful. I got my best night's sleep of my whole trip there. It is quiet and peaceful and there are a ton of great day hikes all around it. I would love to be able to stay again.