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Recent County Kerry reviews

  • "Home Away From Home"

    "Home away from Home If you are traveling to Killarney and looking for a place to stay, I highly recommend The Priory, Killarney Courtyard Cottages. We have stayed there on two separate occasions, once in An Tigan and last year in Teach Mor and we wouldn’t even think of staying anywhere else. With The Priory, you can choose a cottage that best serves your needs, whether you plan to stay for a few days, a week or a month. All four cottages are self-catering and include many more amenities than you will find in a hotel. The Priory is only about a 15 min. walk to the City Centre, but has the feel of an enclave of country cottages. We stayed in Teach Mor from Aug. 10 to Sept. 14, 2016 and absolutely loved the space and comfort it provided. Aside from the many amenities of this cottage, which include a fully equipped kitchen, washer/dryer, jacuzzi tub, ensuite master bedroom and plenty of high quality towels and bed linens, the location really is perfect. We could easily walk into town and pop into a pub for a pint, {which we very much enjoyed}, but it’s also an easy bike ride in the opposite direction to Muckross House, Muckross Abbey and Torc Falls in the Killarney National Park. We enjoyed the convenience of being able to walk to many tourist attractions including Ross Castle, Killarney House and the Killarney Brewing Company as well as St. Mary’s Cathedral for Mass on Sundays. We loved walking back from a trip to town, turning off of busy Muckross Rd. onto the private secluded lane and listening to the sound of the river. As we made our way back to Teach Mor, we were usually greeted by the “Welcome Waggin”, Oscar and Mazie, the four legged members of the O’Donoghue family. Which brings me to the main element that makes Teach Mor, and The Priory in general, such a wonderful place to stay: the cottages are attractive and comfortable to be sure, but it’s the kindness and personal attention given by Tim and Bernadette O’Donoghue that make The Priory such a special place. Tourists go to Ireland to take in the beauty of the country, but it’s the warmth of the Irish people as demonstrated by the O’Donoghues that keep people coming back! Once you have stayed at The Priory, you will long to return and make it your Irish “Home Away From Home”."
    Guest: Carolyn and Peter S. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: October 26, 2016
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  • Best Place to Celebrate a Birthday

    "We had a simply perfect holiday in this gorgeous, clean and comfortable home in one of Ireland's most beautiful regions. Kevin and family went the extra mile to make sure we had everything we needed, including a great stereo system and an assortment of spices for this happy cook. The house is so spacious and warm (both literally and figuratively), the acoustics are sublime for music, the views out every window could not be better, the kitchen and linens well-stocked. There was always instant hot water and heat in the house - amazing for a structure with so many huge windows. Geothermal is a brilliant way to go! Even the lovely cat who showed up at the window was a wonderful treat for these animal lovers. I am guilty of feeding him, though he certainly looks well looked after. One night, we sat in the dark enjoying a candlelit dinner in the kitchen, and the Supermoon sent a huge beam of light through the windows. It was such a treat! We enjoyed exploring the local beaches ("Himself" went for a swim - in a full wetsuit, of course - every afternoon!) and sights, having good meals in the Dingle pubs, and walking around town in the off-season was especially fun, not so many people! We stayed in most nights by the fire, watching movies from the ample selection of DVDs provided. We were delighted to wake up one morning to white-dusted mountaintops (hail, not snow!) and dramatic ever-changing skies. I have been to Ireland many many times, but I have to say, this was definitely the best home I have ever had the pleasure of staying in. My traveling companion is a local Irishman, and he was equally as impressed by the house. We celebrated my birthday in the best possible place in one of the most spectacular areas of this beloved country. We most certainly intend to return to this house again. Thank you so very much, Kevin, for allowing us the honor of staying in your gem of a home."
    Guest: Beth Trepper & William Lee Date of Stay: November 2016 Review Submitted: November 26, 2016
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  • Einfach super toll.

    "War alles so unkompliziert. Hat alles super geklappt."
    Guest: Susanne S. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 23, 2016
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  • Floreat Kells and Dingle Bays

    "What a perfect place and what a perfect welcome we had from Agnes and John. Sadly we could only stay for two nights but now that we have found it, we'll be back. The reason for our trip from County Down was to visit Kells Bay gardens with its outstanding Thai restaurant. Altogether it was a receipt of delights. We would recommend this property for each and everyone of the list below."
    Guest: Jules Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: October 4, 2016
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