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Valley View Cottage with elevated, panoramic views.
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34 reviews
Valley View Cottage with elevated, panoramic views.
view from patio at front of cottage
Comfy Seating in Valley View Cottage
Kitchen of the Cottage
One of the neighbours!
Glenmore Lake near cottage 4 kms
Bridge over the local river, 1 km from cottage
Looking into Rabachs Glen, 1 km from cottage
The valley in front of the cottage
Seals on the Rocks near Garnish Island
View from the top of Knockatee Mountain 3km from cottage
Lighthouse at tip of Mizen Head. Day trip from cottage (spectacular walking area)
knockatee mountain reflected in the water of kilmackilogue harbour
molly gallivans cottage and traditional farm visitor centre day trio from cottage
river sheen on the caha pass day trip from cottage
Looking towards Bantry Bay from the Priest's leap road
The light house in Bere island ( fantastic walk)
Garnish island off Glengarriff.
Our sign. Stop when you see this
Blacksmith stove for comfort and cosy feel
Single bedroom in valley view cottage
4 poster bed in the cottage
Clones lakes and kenmare bay. 7 klms from cottage
Knockatee mountain from under canteen bridge. 4 klms from cottage
Local waterfall park with scenic walks.
Cashelkeelty stone circle. 4 klms from cottage
Uragh stone circle with gleninchaquin in the background
Cloonee lakes . 10 klms from cottage
Bridge at the end of glentrasna valleyeasy walk from cottage
Glentrasna valley. Nearby easy walk from cottage
The harbour from knockatee mountain walk
Knockatee mountain walk. .4 klms away
The islands in Glenmore lake. 5 klms away
Gleninchaquin waterfall park. 12 klms from cottage
Plenty parking at cottage.
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Cottage -
1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom, Sleeps 3
Lauragh, County Kerry

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Jamie O B
1 review
“Fantastic stay”
Reviewed 5 March 2017 for a stay in March 2017

Myself and my girlfriend stayed with Eileen and Robert for 4 nights. Although the weather did not favour us. We had a fantastic stay and would definitely stay again. Eileen and Robert were perfect hosts and Kerry is simply beautiful

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Management Response
7 Mar 2017
Hello Jamie and eimear. Thank you so much for your lovely review. We were delighted that you choose our cottage for your break. We hope to see you again sometime. Best wishes always. From eileen and Robert.
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Antony B
1 review
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“A Home for a Holiday”
Reviewed 19 November 2015 for a stay in November 2015
2
people found this review helpful

Thank you Eileen, Robert and family for a wonderful holiday. The cottage and local environment proved everything I hoped for when planning a 4 night relaxing holiday and I was so comfortable in the cottage I extended my stay by a further night. The well appointed kitchen, comfortable bed and in particular the relaxing chairs in front of the open fire, with an endless supply of fuel, well offset the wet and windy November weather. Eileen and Robert are welcoming hosts providing a cup of tea and warm fire on arrival and are happy to share their wealth of local knowledge. The Beara Peninsula has plenty of ancient and recent historic sites to explore, lots of walking tracks, wonderful scenic drives and local eateries to fill your time. Lovely cottage and location.

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Liked best: The fact it was exactly what I wanted
Liked least: Nothing
Travelling group: Solo Traveller
Would you recommend this hotel to a friend?   Yes.
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GeordieNo...
Nottingham
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16 reviews
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“A true Irish Home”
Reviewed 23 September 2015 for a stay in September 2015
3
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We knew from the welcome given us by Eileen & Robert that we'd be very happy in the cottage. Nothing was too much trouble and they were always on hand at their shop across the road if ever we needed them. It's all very cosy especially with the endless supply of logs and peat bricks for the open fire. The situation is ideal for heading off into the Beara peninsula, surely one of Ireland's best kept secrets. There are several dining experiences near at hand ranging from homely pub food at Kilmakilloge to fine food at Josie's overlooking Glanmore lake. All in all, a first class holiday experience.

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Liked best: The Irish welcome and hospitality
Liked least: Doesn't applyes
Travelling group: Spouse/Partner
Would you recommend this hotel to a friend?   Yes.
Recommended for:
Older travelers
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Bassil201...
Saint-Etienne, France
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2 reviews
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“Still the same perfection”
Reviewed 10 September 2015 for a stay in September 2015
2
people found this review helpful

Returned again this year to the same fantastic welcome, well-appointed home with everything you could wish for.

Would you recommend this hotel to a friend?   Yes.
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APDMEL
Winnipeg, Canada
Level 1 Contributor
3 reviews
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“A Lovely Country Cottage”
Reviewed 1 September 2015 for a stay in August 2015
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people found this review helpful

My husband and I recently stayed at this lovely country cottage while visiting the Beara Peninsula. Situated near the tiny village of Lauragh it was perfect as a base for our Ring of Beara touring. Eileen and Robert were very helpful in providing local information and their welcoming gesture of tea and biscuits beside a warming fire made us feel at home immediately upon arrival at the tidy cottage. The views from the cottage were striking, from the lush green valley below to the field next door where grazing sheep frequently caught my gaze, we were totally relaxed in our quiet country retreat. Hiking in the area was spectacular and the Sunday evening seafood supper we had at Teddy O’Sullivan’s was not only delicious but provided two Canadians with a wonderful opportunity to spend time in a quaint country pub, filled to the rafters with local families and friends enjoying themselves immensely. Our time in the Peninsula was most memorable and we thank Eileen and Robert for providing us with a delightful place to stay during our visit.

Travelling group: Spouse/Partner
Would you recommend this hotel to a friend?   Yes.
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