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Golf Course (within 2 miles)
Food & Drink
Special Diet Meals (upon request)
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 3 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
This property only accepts cash payments.
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Spectacularly located on the waterfront in the historic town of Kinsale. The hotel is privately owned with a friendly, yet professional atmosphere.
Score from 259 reviews Excellent
Located in the sea side town of Kinsale, The K Kinsale offers elegant accommodation with free onsite parking. The property is just 2 minutes’ walk from local restaurants and shops.
Score from 95 reviews Excellent
The Carlton Hotel Kinsale & Spa is on 90 acres of woodland and has views of Oysterhaven Bay. It features an indoor swimming pool, a spa, a restaurant, free parking, and free Wi-Fi throughout.
Score from 482 reviews Very good
Situated in the heart of Kinsale, on Main Street, this guest house has been newly refurbished to create cozy and stylish rooms, free wireless internet access and tasty homemade breakfasts.
Score from 259 reviews Good
Phil is so friendly and accommodating. She makes a mean breakfast and the beds are so comfortable it's hard to get out and about.
The location of the B&B - only 3mn walk to the center. The bed was very comfy!
low pressure of the water in the shower.
Kinsale!! What a sweet little town - beautiful harbor, nice market on certain days, even a used clothing store! Danabel was clean - our room was small but nice. Breakfast was at one of two tables so we talked to each other. Parking was right out front and the town, grocery store, Jim Edwards pub etc was just a walk down the hill.
This was a home converted to a B&B so the bedrooms were small. We did have a bathroom but it was very small. Ireland needs to go to one faucet - everywhere all sinks have two faucets so either the water is hot or cold - can't mix unless you use the sink, which I only do that at home when necessary!
Breakfast very good
Very steep walk to the town, OK going down, whilst only a 3/4 minute walk heavy going walking back
Convenient walking location to town.
We booked a double room but were given a twin. Staff were not very accommodating when we asked if we could simply iron a shirt and we felt rushed out of there even though we were leaving on time
steep up hill climbing from center to hotel
Very clean and comfortable. Quiet neighborhood but only a few minutes walk from downtown Kinsale. Fine complimentary breakfast.
Good location with only a short walk to centre of town and all the action. Very helpful and friendly host with good advice on a night on the town. Easy B&B to find and access.
Could not register a negative comment regarding our one night in Kinsale
Close to town. Excellent breakfast
Parking was difficult
Friendly warm welcome, made us feel at home. Informative information about best places to eat and to find evening entertainment. Close proximity to Kinsale Harbour. Everything nicely presented and nice and clean.
Easy walk to downtown and on a quiet street. Kinsale is a wonderful small town with great restaurants
Great location, clean, great breakfast.
You have to check in between 4 and 6. We had to rush to get there on time. I didn't like having to pay cash, all the other places we stayed took cards.
Location - on a scruffy road opposite a piece of derelict land. Parking on drive for 2 small cars otherwise on the road. Bathroom floor full of hairs.TV reception awful. Never saw the landlady from arriving till morning breakfast. Never shown any other part of house for relaxing in so felt as if that's your bedroom, stay there! We stayed in late June, room had white thin curtains therefore woke up with the sun.Bed was comfy. No chance of any sea view from the rear of this semi-detached,you're looking over roofs of houses to houses on a hill. Bathroom window had clear glass and house backed onto other houses so blind was permanently down and white towels had old stains on them.Short walk of minutes into centre of town but path was VERY steep.Breakfast was okay. House has been converted to a B&B on the cheap. Bathroom toiletries consisted of hand wash on the basin and a bottle of shower gel,so remember your own. Not a place I would recommend and we came away feeling the €85 per night (the most expensive night of our holiday and that was including a nice Dublin hotel and a really good room in Galway) was very overpriced.
I stayed in a room with a double bed and a bathtub. The owner, Phil, was extremely helpful with respect to restaurants, pubs, events, etc. The room was immaculate. Breakfasts were generous, with a number of options. I found it to be reasonably priced and would definitely stay there again. Several caveats: First, it's cash-only at check-out. No credit cards. Second, the B&B is located above the town and involves walking up and down an incline to get into town on foot, which might be taxing for those out-of-shape. Lastly: Arriving early can be tricky. The front door isn't always open like a hotel's would be. Check-in is 4pm-ish. If you arrive earlier, the door could well be locked, in the way that a person's home might be locked, and it's likely there might not be anyone there to answer if you should knock. If you need to arrive before 4pm, best to either arrange ahead of time for early check-in or call before arriving to make sure someone will be there to let you in.
hot tab cheese option in breakfast
far from city center. fee for credit card payment room next to entrance door
Location good near town centre but a steep climb back
Hugely over-priced we were amazed to find we had spent so much on a room in a semi on a housing estate. We chose it for secure parking but spent anxious times as local children played with hard balls around our hire car in the Band B front garden Neighbours did not seem happy about the BandB
The owner was very kind, even though I was running late to check-in after being lost, the room and bed were lovely and clean, and the breakfast lovely. Easy walk to the middle of town.
The walls are paper-thin, so not the best place for a second honeymoon and if someone has a cold in the next room, you feel you're going to catch it. The bed was firm but comfortable, but I suggest taking your own pillows unless you like them hard and flat.
Located about 2 blocks uphill from main business, pubs and restaurants. Room was clean and very comfortable and located above a private home.
Owner greeted us at the door, showed us to our room and also collected fee the following morning. She was uncharacteristically distant and reserved for a B & B owner. We declined the breakfast option so really did not spend much time interacting.
Owner was pleasant..beds were very comfortable. Great place to stay!
Room was small...no toiletries, but brought my own so no problem.
We had a great freshly cooked breakfast. Friendly and helpful.
Very pretty place. Owner is sweet and breakfast was wonderful!
Quiet & handy to village. Lovely host.
Good breakfast and comfy bed.
Not very good shower.