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After our leisurely stroll through the Blasket Centre, we arrived at this quaint farmhouse with its comfortable rooms. Lelia was a very good host offering us a viewing of Ryan’s Daughter which apparently put this end of the peninsula on the map. We awoke to...More
We stayed here one night on our 3-peninsula walk in southwestern Ireland. We loved it. Our room was clean and comfortable, our host Lelia friendly and helpful, and our breakfast in the morning delicious. We ate our morning meal under grapevines laden with grapes! In...More
Although modest, the home was clean, the owner warm and friendly and the food was, hands down, the best we had walking the Dingle way. The rooms are cozy and reading lamps were provided on both sides of the bed.
Very charming place! We were very impressed both with our clean and comfortable room, but also by dinner and breakfast prepared by Lelia. This felt like total luxury after the walk from Dingle, but at a modest price. You'll want to eat your evening meal...More
We had a tough wet, windy muddy walk on the Dingle. We made it here tired and exhausted. We were welcomed, shown to our tiny cozy room. Lelia served us hot tea and biscuits and all was well. The dinner was unexpectedly delicious, first class...More