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Overlooking Portmagee’s busy harbor, The Moorings Guest house is just a 30-second walk from the pier, offering elegant rooms with marble bathrooms. The breakfast room was right on the water with a lovely view. The breakfast was plentiful and delicious.
Located at the entrance of the picturesque fishing village of Portmagee, The Waterfront B&B offers free Wi-Fi and is nestled between the North Atlantic and the Mountains of the Iveragh Peninsula,... Friendly staff, easy walk into town & wonderful breakfast!
On the Wild Atlantic Way, on the West Coast of The Republic Of Ireland, The Ferry Boat is a small, family-run guest house located in the center of Portmagee, Ireland's Top Tourist Town for 2012/2013. Mike and Judy were fantastic hosts and made our stay very comfortable.
Featuring a garden and free WiFi, Uisce Beatha House B&B features accommodations 6.2 mi from Portmagee. The rooms at the bed and breakfast offer a TV. The hosts, Pete and Maureen, were very friendly and helpful. They gave us great recommendations. Breakfast was very good with home-made preserves. The view of the ocean (this is ocean front property) was beautiful and we even saw an otter. This is in a country location so it is very quiet. About 10 minuites from 2 towns, 1 in each direction. The room was small but so well organized and equipted that it didn't matter.
Skellig Port Accommodations - 1 Studio Bed Apartment is located in Portmagee and offers a garden, barbecue facilities and a spa and wellness center. Place was spotless. Paula was easy to organise with to get the keys. 4 minute drive down to Portmagee which has a load of nice restaurants and boat tours. Had a great stay and would highly recommend.
There are a few good restaurants and pubs. Very convenient parking close to harbour. There are no shops or chemists. Main shop shut at 6pm or so so we could not get water or food for our trip except thru pub or accommodation. So that’s something to be aware of.
Our accommodation and hosts in accommodation were more than likely the only nice people we met in Portmagee. We were very unhappy how we were treated in the Moorings Bar and restaurant that day we arrived, had dinner booked there for that evening and ending up cancelling it. We also travelled to Valentia which a short drive over the bridge, we were charged for almost looking at the views around this area which was ridiculous. 15 euro to walk around a light house and 6 euro to drive up a mountain view road. Will definitely not be returning to this town unless for short stay.
For a very small coastal village, this gem has so much to offer- friendly people, gorgeous food (try the prawns or seafood platter in the Skellig Restaurant & wash it down with a Guiness or Irish coffee from the Fisherman Bar next door), and so much scenery, history and nature to take in. Stay a night - there’s plenty to see and do from Valentina to the Skelligs to Cahersiveen …it’s the perfect half way stop off for a night or two on the Ring of Kerry
The staff and the place itself was excellent and the beautiful walks and the spectacular scenery all in all it was a wonderful place and the people were so friendly and the food in the moorings was first class
Portmagee is a very quiet, traditional and welcoming village considering the worldwide attention it is receiving because of its proximity to the Skellig Islands. The movie business certainly has not gone to its head. It has several lovely places to eat on the lovely waterfront. It is a tiny village but has plenty of car park spaces where vehicles are quiet safe even if you are taking the boat out to the Skelligs for a day trip.
Beautiful little picturesque town. Lovely locals, lovely restaurants. The only downside is that only a handful of places are open. If we're being encouraged to stay at home and travel due to virus, then open up the shops to make the visit worthwhile. Otherwise these places are only good for driving through.
Absolutely excellent place. The house was very spacious and well laid out. The kitchen was well equipped although some larger bowls would be good. Friendly owner who came to see us on arrival. Brilliant location and great views. We had a very comfortable stay and slept well. One of the best places I have stayed in and I do quite a bit of travelling. Couldn’t recommend highly enough. Would definitely book again if I visit the area.
The breakfast room was right on the water with a lovely view. The breakfast was plentiful and delicious.
Mike and Judy were fantastic hosts and made our stay very comfortable.
Friendly staff, easy walk into town & wonderful breakfast!
AAA+++ location in a traditional Irish home.