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Recent Killorglin reviews

  • Clean, convenient, comfortable, quiet and two minute walk to Killarney

    "Donal and Mary are a lovely couple, and went out of there way to be responsive and have the property clean and ready. Mary made delicious biscuits and scones for our arrival, none of which lasted to the following morning's breakfast. Review title sums it up. My family (wife, a couple of the kids, and parents) were comfortable and completely at home. All in all, we would definitely stay here again and highly recommend to any that plan on using Killarney as a base of operations."
    Guest: Jim R. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 16, 2016
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  • WOW!!!! quiet luxury

    "Easy arrangements with John. The property exceeded any expectations we had. A tree lined lane and a gurgling river introduced us to this peaceful countryside retreat . Amenities well above the usual standard (Bose, satellite TV, very well equipped kitchen), space for all and wonderfully comfy beds. It was 5 minutes to Kenmare, a delightful town on the Ring of Kerry. We debated coming back here -or staying longer-- even though we had 'done County Kerry'. A five star property!!"
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 19, 2016
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  • Absolutely blown away with our experience!

    "Our large family were on vacation celebrating our (grand)parent's 50th wedding anniversary. We were planning day trips all around the "Ring of Kerry" for 10 days and we needed a place to comfortably accommodate our family with enough room to relax on down days from travel. When we arrived at Dunkarron House our whole family was beyond excited about the property. The pictures and descriptions do not do it justice by far! Some highlights of what we loved about Dunkarron House: Bedrooms of different sizes for everyone with multiple master suites, plenty of bathrooms, large modern kitchen, large dining room with fireplace, game room with ping pong and pool table, sun room with TV & DVD, bar room with fridge (for our Guiness), multiple living room areas with fireplace(s) to relax, high-speed WiFi, laundry room with washer/dryer, historic castle ruins on the property, river-front picnic area (short walk from house), short distance to Kenmare (with great restaurants, pubs, shops). The owner and property managers were a great pleasure to meet and they made our experience extremely enjoyable. Any questions we had were promptly attended to. I highly recommend this property to anyone who wants to get away and relax and experience the Ring of Kerry from a convenient location. I personally would definitely return!"
    Guest: Michael F. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: September 21, 2016
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  • Lovely. Very welcoming and comfortable.

    "Thank you for a wonderful week in such a relaxing place. The cottage is comfortable and beautifully furnished. We particularly appreciated the wide range of books distributed throughout, including in the loo - a winner ! This has been an ideal base from which to explore the Dingle peninsula and also visit the mountains near Killarney. We've had around 4 hours good walking every day in contrasting places. We recommend driving through the Gap of Dunloe and walking in the Black Valley. Also, climbing up Caherconree, walking around the Maharees Peninsula, climbing between Mas an Tompian and Piaras Mor, near Mt. Brandon or Cruach Marthain, above Dunquin. But everywhere we have been has been wonderful, and all the people we've met are friendly and interesting. We'll miss the peace & quiet. Thanks again. NB Note for prospective visitors: If you have a dog you might like to know in advance that some walks are not possible - for instance we wanted to climb Brandon Mountain, and explore around (and perhaps go up) Carrauntoohil, but the 'no dogs' signs in both places were more forbidding than some of the others. On the whole we found that if we talked to local farmers and checked with them, the dog was not a problem."
    Guest: Kate W. Date of Stay: April 2016 Review Submitted: May 19, 2016
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