This was our third visit to Inchiquin for New Year and it is still a very special place. Log fires, warm rooms and a fabulous kitchen all made for another wonderful break.
Beautiful house in the heart of the center but sooooo quiet. Very clean with all mod cons (bar mugs for tea - were Irish!) . beds very comfy. Location is fab and to be in a fort even better. Can seem pricey if its only 2 people but i cant begrudge it as it was a great experience. Did not miss the TV one bit as radio was excellent.
Lovely cottage and sympathetically restored by ILT , great to have thatch cottage on their books close to mitchelstown by car (approximately 15 minutes). Lovely stove , the only thing is not great phone signal most of the time.
Really enjoyed our first visit to Galley Head 2 It was a great experience to stay at the house The sounds of the sea and the feeling of peace and tranquillity We especially enjoyed the history of the lighthouse told to us by Gerald Butler who was so passionate about it , we would highly recommend a visit to Gallery Head 2 already looking forward to our next visit there
My husband and my 6 month old infant stayed at SJ Schooner for 2 nights celebrating my husband s birthday. The location os beyond excellent,was really easy to get to,had all amenities that you could need,had no issues. Gerard was lovely amd helpful and pucking up the keys and leaving them was very simple.
The school house is perfectly accessible close to the N17 with a feeling of remoteness once you leave the main road. Plenty to see within driving distance. The house was warm, cosy and as expected full of atmosphere. Our very friendly host Sarah gave us some information about the house. It would have been nice to hear more as that is what makes a Landmark Trust stay different. The facilities were perfect for us but it might be a good idea to fix up the lovely sofa before it's too late.
Stayed here for 3 nights in January and it was just magical, weather was perfect and my dog loved all the space in the garden. Everything you could possibly need was in this cottage. Service was superb, Gerard was available for queries at all times. It's so close to a nearby supermarket/petrol station if you need anything, yet still felt like it was in the middle of the countryside. Beautifully renovated, highly recommended for a quiet stay.
East Cork, West Waterford, South Tipperary all converge around this cosy gate lodge.. ..The Vee Valley, The Nire Valley, The Copper Coast, The Blueway, The Greenway, the Youghal beach boardwalk, the Mahon Falls, The Towers, Dromana, Lismore, Dungarvan, Cappoquin, the hills, the walks the beaches, the drives, the houses, gardens and castles..not to mention the food and drink and hospitality..what more do you want? Book now!
We had a truly wonderful stay at the SJ Clipper. Arriving late on a winters evening the house was warm and cosy and ready for guests. Everything about the place was great - the views, the fire, the bath...the lot! It was so much more than just a trip away.
We really enjoyed our stay at Elizabeth Fort from the moment we walked under the Arch we were made welcome. The place itself was in such an unusual setting. The accommodation was very comfy neat & clean and although we were unable to met our Landmark housekeeper due to Covid She was very good about keeping in touch by phone and giving us loads of helpful hints re food & parking etc We would come back again. We had marvellous fun and met lots of very interesting people.
Loved our stay in Dublin City Centre, location is super, house is so comfy & Aaron is the perfect host. Will definitely be back
What a fab place to stay , travelled to the light in the dark but when we woke next morning , oh my god, the host Gail was full of knowledge and could answer any questions , I’m just waiting on the book as I’m very interested in the history of the light house etc , 15 mins drive from Clonakilty , def be back in the summer , great for a small social gathering , the houses sleeps 4and 6 and have an adjoining door, have a look on the website
A great experience. Awesome setting and views at sunrise and sunset. Beautiful details in the interior. Hot water, good shower. Well equipped galley type kitchen. Only challenge was the old brass bed, which is quaint but the mattress has long since lost its spring!
We all absolutely loved our time at Loop Head Lightkeepers cottage. Simply couldn't recommend it more highly. The house was very cosy and well equipped. Congratulations Irish Landmark Trust for the sensitive restoration and making this unique experience possible. A brilliant start to 2022!
My wife and I stayed 2 nights in the lodge. On arrival there was a birthday card and a box of chocolates on the kitchen table. A lovely touch. The house was warm and cosy throughout our stay. The kitchen was very well equipped. Lovely walks along the river to Castletown House. Lovely relaxing weekend. We'd definitely come back.
The location of the Townhouse is excellent with amenities right on its doorstep. Great to experience an old house in the heart of the vibrant city.
We stayed in the castle for 2 nights with our puppy and it was really lovely! Theresa was great on arrival, the place was spotless and had all we needed. Pack your slippers, a fluffy hoodie, a good book and sit back by the fire!
Termon House is a very comfortable house in a dramatic location overlooking the beach at Maghery. The rooms are all beautifully proportioned and decorated and there are lovely views of sea and fields out every window. It felt like a real treat to wake up here and the beds are very comfortable. From a practical point of view the kitchen was really well stocked (we cooked Christmas dinner here) and the heating worked well to keep the house cosy even in December. The open fire in one of the two sitting rooms was also very pleasant at night. The Sandy beach is about 5 minutes walk down a very smal...more
This pretty house is comfy and well equipped. Close to amenities and next to lovely walks. We were met and welcomed by Lorraine who dealt with our queries promptly and communication was easy and efficient.
This I’m was my second time staying in the house and it was once again a wonderful experience. The house itself is incredibly cosy and a lovely place to spend time with family or friends, there is also a small outdoor area where you can eat together in addition to the lovely and well equipped kitchen. There are lots of books to read. The town itself is also full of activity- the Castletown house and gardens is of course the star of the show, but you should also go on a guided tour of the town (Celbridge Guided Tours) to ensure you learn about the wider history and see more of the historic si...more