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Reviewed 31 July 2018 via mobile

This is a quaint B&B. And I did expect to pay more during Cork week but when you charge double the price you do expect some basics.
At a charge if 160 euros per night I would expect the Internet to work in your room. I am not sure what is the tradition in cork but there seemed to be no toilet roll holders. Well at least not in the room we were in it the toilet in the general area. Our roll was either in the floor or on top of the toilet.
Breakfast was included and have included a picture. It’s all in the presentation.
Our room was clean but the general areas needed some attention. There was a empty can of 7 up on the front porch for the 6 days we were there.
When we arrived we had to ring as no one answered the bell we rang at reception.
Again when you are paying what would be equivalent to $250AUD per night you do expect some basics

My recommendation is come and stay here when it is the normal price but if you are expecting value for money during Cork week you would be better to find an alternative.

Stayed: July 2018, travelled as a couple
Thank Erin S
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Reviewed 22 July 2018

good size rooms, great view of the river, good breakfast. very welcoming, spacious public areas, spotlessly clean. family run Norma, Barrie, Monica, two generations, Barrie is a walking library of local, fishing, and sailing information. lots of parking.

  • Stayed: July 2018, travelled on business
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1  Thank combebelle
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Reviewed 5 May 2018

Our second time staying at Crosshaven. When you travel abroad, you never know what to expect from a B&B. The Twomey family make you feel like family. Lovely location with breathtaking view of the yacht club. Easy drive to Kinsale. A must stay.

Stayed: May 2018, travelled with family
Thank Hemicoronet
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Reviewed 24 August 2017 via mobile

Stayed here with my wife ,The view was special looking out onto the estuary with sailing boats moored in it .I often came to Crosshaven as a child ,and always was fascinated by the boats moored there .The bed and breakfast was suited to Crosshaven lots of rooms .Breakfast was top quality very friendly staff .I would consider E 100 too expensive E80 would be fair .

Stayed: August 2017, travelled with family
Thank Susan M
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Reviewed 8 August 2017

What a joy, to find such friendly confines within an easy bus ride to Cork. Cross haven is a small village that has allot to offer, from a 17th Century harbor side fort to a Village Green perfect for picnicking... And, if you choose to overnight, there's no better place than Whispering Pines. Relax and watch the anchored boats sway with the tide, or walk into town for a delicious seafood supper at Cronin's. This is a clean, comfortable place with as friendly a staff as Ireland's ever produced and, if the small town of Crosshaven is too confine, BusEireann's 220x will pick you up at the driveway and have you in Cork within a half hour.

  • Stayed: May 2017, travelled with family
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Thank onthemooooove
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