The housekeeper was a joy Excellent communications and helped make our trip very enjoyable and resolved a tricky problem for House was clean, comfortable and warm with great surrounding
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.
The Galley Head an experience to be savoured! Big sky a wild sea and a warm welcome a fitting end to our Lighthouse journey around the Coast.
Excellent place to stay, quiet location but close to so many interesting historic sites. Dierdre is such a welcoming host.
lovely weekend at the SJ Schooner, cottage was pleasant and sufficiently set up for a very relaxing couple of nights stay.
We had a fabulous few days break in this property. The kitchen was very well equipped, more than we were expecting, with a spacious dining room off the kitchen and utility. The property has a very retro feel, of course as it is very reflective of it time and purpose. The lack of a TV is a massive bonus, there is good phone signal outside and in some rooms, so one is not totally isolated from the world, if required. The bathroom is massive with a big bath and separate shower room. Very cosy sitting room with open fire and great views of the lighthouse. The location is amazing, the views f...more
A great city stay in Cork, closer to the city centre than we had thought. Parking around the fort and in Cork in general is very tricky, so better come by public transport, if you can.
Very comfortable. We didn’t expect underfloor hearing. Very handy to Lismore lovely countryside and the coast was close as well
We had a fantastic time at the school house. It was very clean, quiet and warm. It is a great base to explore all the beachs and mountains in the area. Thank you Sarah and Irish Landmark for letting us stay at such a great place.
Did I enjoy my stay at Merrion Mews? Yes, it was a unique opportunity to stay in a historical property. Would I stay there again, probably not. Merrion Mews is a great place to stay while visiting Dublin. The Property is off the main roads, down a quiet alley. It is in walking distance to most of Dublin's sites. The kitchen is well stocked with everything needed to make tea, coffee, and a meal.
Got very lucky with the November weather with 2 clear days and nights. Beautiful location and views. Great experience in the light keepers house. The active lighthouse particularly at night is so impressive. Got some brilliant photos with a long exposure on the camera
The location, grounds and cottage are really lovely and well maintained. It was easy to access, directions were good. Regarding WIFI and television policy, I think it would be better to provide them and let the visitors decide if they wish to use them. We were lucky with weather but on a rainy evening, it would be great to have the choice. The bed in this cottage is very, very small so it was uncomfortable to sleep in and we are not big people. Being a one bedroom cottage there is no option to move room. I'm not sure what can be done about this as the bedroom is small also. The bath may need...more
Great experience. The trust, staff in the office, and Mary on site, were warm, helpful and attentive. The property and location are utterly unforgettable. We had a wonderful stay and will absolutely do so again. The experience was truly unique. Book with confidence.
Would highly recommend a stay at the lighthouse, such a different experience. With all the steps you get a work out even making a cup of tea. The scenery and views are stunning, we were lucky enough to get the stormy weather too. The cliff walk is an extra bonus especially if you get to see all the seals. We are working our way through the landmark trust properties and look forward to our next stay.
Have just spent 3 nights in Batty Langley Lodge and really enjoyed staying in this beautiful, quirky place. No TV or Internet to distract us from the gorgeous grounds and amazing books to read by the fire. Breda is a great host and her enthusiasm and love for this wee place shines through as soon as you meet her. She gave us great tips and information on places to visit. The dog loved it too!
Amazing location in a beautiful old house on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean. The house is remote - away from it all - but still only a 10 minute drive to Dungloe town. Loved sitting by the open fire as the wind and rain lashed the exterior. The host, Claire, was very welcoming and more than helpful during our stay. Will definitely come back one day. Thank you!
We loved our stay at the miniature castle. The rain and wind outside made our trip even more exciting. It was warm and comfortable and a fully immersive historical experience.
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.
Stayed here 3 nights. Right beside restaurants and pubs in main street so very convenient and no need to drive to meals . We'll stocked Centra nearby too. Very quiet location. Well equipped kitchen. And private little suntrap of a garden.
Some friends and I stayed at the Castletown roundhouse last weekend. It is such a cosy spot. Beautiful open fire, comfortable beds, big high ceilings in the bedrooms which gives the place a lovely feeling of space. It is an ideal retreat for a small gathering. It was so nice to walk the tree-lined avenue up to Castletown House and explore the house and grounds. The location is excellent, right in the heart of Celbridge. The History of Castletown and the lodges is really interesting. Like all landmark trust properties, it is always an experience to remember. Would definitely recommend.