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Reviewed 6 August 2007

Great place, great village, lovely people, etc. Jackie is a perfect host, and so is her husband. Good breakfast with stunning views of the sea (even seals and dolphins!). The room is big and comfortable. A bit pricey, but accomodation in Ireland is really expensive, so the price here is average: Definitely, a place worth going!

Date of stay: July 2007
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Reviewed 13 May 2007

We stayed here for 3nights in april to celebrate our anninversary. We stayed in the crows nest room which was immaculately presented and had a beach feel about it, as did the main area. The breakfast menu had a great choice for those who liked a fry up they were lovely and for the healthy option a lovely fruit greek yoghurt honey and nut that was to die for. Our hosts jackie and joe were so lovely couldnt do enough for us and added a special touch for us with lovely flowers on the table for us and our chilled bottle of bubbles with lovely champaigne flutes.And a lovely gift of a bottle of wine.It is so nice when someone who does not even know you makes that extra effort to make your stay so special .We totally recommend this place as the beauty of the place is as outstanding as its hosts.Skerries is also very pretty and has a couple of tours that are very good.We will definatly be back .

Date of stay: April 2007
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 28 May 2005

This is a nice place to stay with separate entrance and kitchen for the B&B guests. We stayed in the Captain's Room because it has direct access to the deck. There are lots of tide pools that you can explore when the tide is out. When the tide comes in, you're right on the water. We walked into Skerries and ate at the local restaurant, Stoop Your Head, and drank in the local pubs. It's a safe area with lots of locals out at night. The host makes great scrambled eggs with various sides. The bathroom is really small and the room is small too but nice linens are on the bed. The separate kitchen/ sitting area is available to guests which makes it more comfortable. The host is very helpful and recommended a better iteneary than we had planned. It was a nice experience but kind of pricey compared to other B&Bs, probably paying a premium for staying on the water. It was lovely. Located about 30 minutes North of Dublin, 30 minutes South of Dundalk. The parking lot was very tight for an American driver. Our host kindly got our car out for us!

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Reviewed 20 July 2019
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Date of stay: July 2019
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 4 June 2019
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Date of stay: April 2019
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