Could not have been better for a chill weekend in the heart of the country & beside the Wonderous Burren, Anne gave us a lovely welcome & topped that off with fab scones , We even managed to get a photo of our Non Paying Guest ( The Pinemartin) without disturbing him and if you are an early riser , put the boots on and take a strole in the field at the Patio and look at the Rabbits raise their curios heads at you , its a trull lovely spot & to be honest a bit of a find that I dont like sharing with too Many . Well Done " Irish Land mark Trust " Regards Brian Cunningham
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.
2nd year staying. Different guests with us. All delighted with the whole experience,location and history. Gerald the Trust's representative at Galley Head is a perfect and informed host re Galley Head, the Fastnet and maritime history.
Wonderful place, great caretakers and amazing overall experience, definitely to be repeated . Has been one of my better holiday experiences .
Host Gerard was taking care of us over our stay in the lighthouse. Lightkeepers house is old fashioned. Clean. Lighthouse is visible from one of the bedrooms, living room & kitchen. Beds have been very comfortable. kitchen equipped very well. As it is old building, condition is of the building up to high standard. Location is very good, just very narrow road trough the farm approx 2 km. I would say, price a little bit high.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at The Schoolhouse - a beautifully presented building that was a joy to spend two nights in. Gorgeous gardens and we loved the stillness and quiet surrounding us. The property itself was spotless and oh so charming. The house manager, Sarah had placed a fresh arrangement of her own garden flowers on the dining table - a gorgeous touch. We would love to come back...well done Irish Landmark Trust on restoring such a property.
Excellent stay at SJ Clipper.Highly recommend visiting .Beautiful views,warm and very comfortable . Children ( 8 and 5) enjoyed the magic of staying at St Johns Point lighthouse .Gerard our host provided us with excellent knowledge on where to visit .We enjoyed a day out to Slieve League Cliffs .We were very fortunate to meet Eugene the last lighthouse keeper at St Johns Point.He shared some of his memories and let us explore the lighthouse .A unique family stay with cherished memories .
From Maro's warm welcome on our arrival to our departure we thoroughly enjoyed our stay in the locge. She also gave us some very useful information on the area. Beautiful countryside with lots to see and do. We look forward to our next visit.
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.
This is a three bedroom apartment above a rarely used stable in the middle of the S. Georgian Square. It is a unique and charming experience like a step back in time. Having said that there is a modern shower and modern kitchen appliances. I wouldn’t call it luxurious but I would call it comfortable and definitely clean.you won’t get a better location
A lovely small cottage with beautiful garden. But, very small bed and, worse, almost no water pressure at all. It is impossible to take a shower! Seems to be a already known problem
We returned a second time as we absolutely loved the location and unique experience. The kitchen was well equipped and sitting rooms cozy. The kids had a blast. This time we also got to experience the climb up to the tip of the lighthouse.
We stayed at the Loop Head Lighthouse for 3 nights in late June. It is a great location for exploring the north and south areas of the west coast, and about 1.5 hours due west from Shannon Airport. It is the complete opposite of Dublin - quiet, remote and more blustery weather. After o stay at Loop Head, we returned our rental car to Shannon & took the green bus into Dublin. For tourists who would like to experience both aspects of Ireland, I highly recommend Loop Head Lighthouse for the west coast location.
It was amazing, the views the location and such a novelty. It isn't a luxurious stay but felt like what a genuine lighthouse would have been like.
Great location , love the history of Betty Langley Lodge & it’s quirky features. Thanks to Breda for her brilliant knowledge & suggestions on where to go & What to see, also places to eat. Her visit shaped our stay & made us feel very welcome.
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.
Really unusual place to go and stay in, my wife and I would really recommend it to anybody, only thing I would say, is that if you have any trouble in climbing, stay away, as the stone spiral staircase would be a challenge. Other than that, go for it, it is a beautiful place and to spend an evening there is really evocative of a time long gone. We intend to go back sometime, and we have told our friends already, plus the gardens just down the road are well worth a visit. The GPS had difficulty directing us there so it may be worth searching Annes Grove Gardens which is just down the road or ge...more
It was exhilarating to arrive to a beautifully situated house in a most scenic location on the Donegal coastlne. The property is of another world.... quirky, somethng to catch the eye around every corner, and the views from every window are are breathtaking. (Off season sea views would be awesome) .The beautiful beach is a short 15min walk/2min drive. Termon House is very well equiped with all necessary needs for short/long-haul stay. Dungloe town is 7/8 minutes drive. Its well worth the experience, whatever the weather. Our canine had a great time.
We had a lovely 4 day stay here with our dog. The lodge is in a perfect location between the village and the grounds of Castletown House. The house was lovely and comfortable and perfect for a relaxing break.
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