We stayed here Saturday night of the bank holiday weekend. The Kinsale Sevens was on so the town was packed and the pubs and streets full at night. However, even though we had a street view room we didn't hear a sound and slept all night.
The rate is great value - €30 pps room only. One of the only places it would seem that don't put up the prices the weekend that's in it. As the rate suggests the hotel is very basic. However, it is clean, the staff were very friendly and the location couldn't be better. You really are in the town centre if you stay here. We stayed in room one. We had a big room with comfy bed. The bathroom was huge but very old and we had to go through a little corridor to get to it but it was just for our use only.
The Kinsale Arms only does room only. There is a cafe underneath but we chose to eat breakfast in the cafe beside The Blue Haven which is only steps away.
We would stay here again. Not luxurious but then we're hardly in our room when we visit Kinsale
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Jo's Rooms are clean, relaxed and comfortable. Our central location on Main Street Kinsale allows guests to stroll home after an evening enjoying the many Gourmet Restaurants and lively bars.Breakfast is available in Jos cafe every morning. A wide selection of scones are baked each morning and served with our homemade raspberry jam.All of our cakes are baked by Jo here at the café. Using her grandmothers and her mother’s receipts along with her own, Jo produces a sumptuous selection of baked cakes, cookies and treats daily to suit every mood. We have an extensive coffee and hot chocolate menu along with Baldwins Real Irish Farmhouse Ice-cream. IF your looking for edible delights Jo's is the place to visit. ... more less