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Tennis Court, Golf Course (within 2 miles), Fishing, Darts, Hiking, Cycling, Horseback Riding
Wired internet is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Packed Lunches, Baggage Storage, Suit Press
Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
3:00 PM - 10:00 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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Set amongst beautiful gardens and greenery, Beaufort Lodge features spacious, light rooms with scenic views.
Score from 74 reviews Exceptional
|Offering a restaurant, Carrig Country House & Restaurant is located in Killorglin. Free WiFi access is available in this country house. The accommodation will provide you with a seating area.|
Fresh homemade soda bread each morning and delicious fruit salad. Fantastic panoramic views and beautiful gardens.
The location, the house, the room, the bathroom were excellent. On top of that Dells was so caring and thoughtful. She just made us feel at home. Also the breakfast was delicious! It was the best breakfast we ever had~! We recommend you to ask for the pancake ^^ This b&b is highly recommended~! Thank you Dells ~
very helpful staff
We liked everything
We liked everything
The hostess was really nice and helpfull The breakfast was excellent - especially the porridge The rooms were tidy, clean and quiet
That we didn't stay longer
Everything was really excellent. Lovely garden and patio. Would like to return.
Location might be spelled out a bit more.
2 choices for evening meals nearby. Breakfast choice good.
Wifi very poor - only decent reception was lounge downstairs. Room small - floor sloped. Sloping ceilings a hazard for tall people. Bathroom very small. Single bed mattress very uncomfortable - needs replacing
Lovely welcome spotless, comfortable, delicious breakfast. Great value
Breakfast, location, comfort
scenery & staff
Comfortable beds Use of the lounge and garden. The garden was well maintained with good seating. The view. The friendliness of the lady serving breakfast and her travel tips. The owner was very kind and offered us coffee/tea when we used the lounge in the evening. We were made very welcome. Very good breakfast.
The main road to the village felt hazardous if we walked due to the bends and no pavements therefore we used the car.
what can i say, Della is friendly and very helpful. nothing was too much trouble for her. my husband and i have stayed in b and b's all over england,wales and scotland but i have to say we have never had a better one than glencurrah house. keep up the good work Della.
Very nice people who provided a delicious breakfast for us. We were also taken to town after the long walk from Glencar to Glenbeigh in order to have some wonderful food at the Glenbeigh Hotel. It was just a wonderful how nice and caring the family was!
From the moment we arrived we were made welcome.A tray of tea & biscuits was given to us in the lovely lounge specially for guests.Our room had a double aspect with fantastic views of both sea and countryside.The bed was very supportive & comfortable & was made up with lovely matching linen.It was very quiet and peaceful and we slept well.Our breakfast was served in the dining room and was comprehensive to say the least,the first morning our hostess Della brought us warm scones and soda bread, juice and a delicious full Irish breakfast, which was served on a piping hot plate, toast, tea and coffee as well.Della is very friendly and helpful and we would definitely return.
It was clean and a good location to visit the Ring of Kerry. Great breakfast and friendly service in the morning. A beautiful view and pretty garden.
Didn't feel overly welcoming when we arrived. No tea making facilities in the room ( which is fine) but when we arrived late one afternoon gasping for a cuppa we felt nervous to go knock for one. We were then told that we should've just knocked, this is fine but perhaps they should make it clear upon arrival as we felt a bit uncomfortable doing so. We booked this place for tranquillity but could hear the road all night ( which is quite busy) it's actually more peaceful at home in central London. This no fault of the owners and all B&B along this stretch will have the same issue, just be warned..