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Perryville House
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Reviewed 2 September 2011

The Perryville is a lovely hotel in one of the nicest towns in Ireland. It is the first hotel you meet when you come in from the Cork city side so no searching for those not acquainted with Kinsale. There is free dedicated hotel car parking across the road which is ideal as the town is very busy…. with parking at a premium. My wife and I had a room on the Cork side with a lovely view of the harbour. The room was mid-size but comfortable with a nice sized bathroom. The bed was quite large also which is always nice. We did not have dinner in the hotel as we were only staying 2 nights and wanted to sample the town's vast choice of gourmet restaurants. We did have breakfast though and it was an ideal way to start the morning. The time between 8 - 10 was appreciated and we rose both mornings at 9am ( time to sleep off the night-before in good fashion ) and made our way down for a variable breakfast and served as we requested.....which does not always happen elsewhere.
One small item was that we were not given a front door key and had to buzz in every time. There was no delay as there was always someone there to buzz us in and in fact it avoided having to keep a key but is unusual and I would have thought a nuisance for the hotel. I had a brief chat with the owner when leaving on the upcoming Rugby world cup. As a former player he was full of enthusiasm for the event if not our chances. It was easy to see how the hotel had benefited from this same enthusiasm over the years. I was sorry to leave but will be back.

Room Tip: Nice to have a room at the front in order to get a view of the harbour.
  • Stayed: August 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 19 August 2011

Called to this establishment yesterday evening to enquire about golf group rates for this september.Found the proprietress cold and unwelcoming. she quoted me the rates with a take it or leave it attitude..This brief experience confirmed the many other negative comments about this woman.!Stay away from here there are many lovely places with a proper blend of hospitality, luxury and good food! I'm certainly not booking my group in here and i would advise anybody else to do the same.

  • Stayed: August 2011, travelled on business
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Reviewed 14 August 2011

When booking our trip, we seriously debated among several lodging options in Kinsale, ultimately settling on Perryville House. We could not have been happier -- there is no better place to stay. It was the perfect balance of sophistication, modern amenities and old-world charm. We had a view room, which was lovely and worth the extra money. The breakfast each morning was delicious. And proprietor Andrew did a beautiful job of providing us with ideas and suggestions, without being "smothering" as some B&B hosts can be. We cannot recommend Perryville House more highly!

Room Tip: The harbor view rooms are worth it, although our companions had a lovely room without the view as well.
  • Stayed: July 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 11 August 2011

This hotel oozes class and style. The building has been renovated to an exacting standard by owners Andrew and Laura and furnished with high quality antiques and art. Our bedroom for our one night stay was large, clean and comfortable; finished and furnished to a high standard and with a great view of the the harbour, marina and town. Wifi in our room was a plus; the lack of tea/coffee making facilities a minus. The public rooms are a haven of peace and quiet and beautifully furnished and decorated. We were given a warm welcome by our genial host Andrew who was always available to chat or to provide any information that we needed. The hotel provides breakfast and lunch but not dinner. However, there is a wide range of excellent restaurants within 5 minutes walk of the hotel and their menus are available to peruse in the lounge. Andrew will provide advice and handle the bookings. Breakfast was a real treat here. Special mention must be made of the rhubarb compote; poached plums; home made preserves and home produced honey. All of the ingredients for the cooked breakfasts are sourced from local suppliers and are really good. There is parking directly opposite the hotel. There is no lift.

  • Stayed: August 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 9 August 2011

Kinsale is a fabulous town and very welcoming and overall family friendly - except for this hotel and adjacent shop. We wanted to go into the shop to look around and buy a few presents but we were greeted at the door and very quickly told that we were not welcome because we had a pushcair - however we were told that children were ' very welcome'. We were told that we could leave our pushchair outside - albeit a very narrow small street! . Business must be good ! I would not recommend!!

  • Stayed: August 2011, travelled with family
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