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Where do I start? This place is great! The premises is filled with history and character. The village is small but the scenery is out of this world and there is plenty to do, from mountain hikes, to beaches. Our room was clean, cosy and...More
Response from oconnorsguesthouse, Front Office Manager at O'Connor's GuesthouseResponded 12 August 2017
Thank you for your kind review. We are delighted that you enjoyed your stay with us and hope to see you again in the future.
We stopped in for a bite to eat when we visited Cloghane en route from Dingle. Cloghane is a magically peaceful place. O'Connor's is a beautifully old world little pub in the village. However, our eating experience was quite disappointing. Our salads were basic to...More
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Response from oconnorsguesthouse, Admin Staff at O'Connor's GuesthouseResponded 10 August 2017
Thank you for your visiting at O'Conno's.
Also, thank you for your review.
We are very sorry that you had a bad feeling with our staff's service.
We apologise that and we will improve our service by your opinion.
Thank you for advising us again...More
After pretty tough and wet hike over Mount Braddon the pub was a godsend. Friendly reception staff. Facilities to wash and dry our really messy boots. Great spot on the water. Room C good size with twin beds and great shower. Far enough from the...More
Response from oconnorsguesthouse, Front Office Manager at O'Connor's GuesthouseResponded 8 August 2017
Thank you so much for taking the time to write such a kind review. It is much appreciated. We are delighted that you enjoyed your stay and hope to welcome you again in the future.
There is nothing more Irish then the institution of the local village pub and, on the Dingle peninsula, you can't do any better than O'Connors Guesthouse in Cloghane. We stayed there while walking the Dingle Way and it was a favorite. Michael, the owner, immediately...More
Response from oconnorsguesthouse, Guest Relations Manager at O'Connor's GuesthouseResponded 29 July 2017
Thank you so much for taking the time to write such a kind review. We really appreciate it! At O'Connor's we strive to make every guest feel at home and share with them the community spirit of our local area.
We will see you again...More
The lodge is very local. Staff is friendly but the place is not too well organized. The team could provide better service at fewer resources if they organized themselves better – both in the guesthouse and restaurant. It is very OK, but don’t expect something...More
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Response from oconnorsguesthouse, Admin Staff at O'Connor's GuesthouseResponded 30 July 2017
Thank you for your review and we are sorry to hear that. We are trying to give the guest the best service but if it wasn't good enough, we apologise that.
Also, we will accept your opinion and try to improve our service.
Response from oconnorsguesthouse | Property representative |
Hi - thanks for the enquiry. We do have rooms overlooking the bay. Our email address is -sorry Trip Advisor answer guidelines will not allow the email address to be printed in normal code so I will try this way oconnors... More
Hi - thanks for the enquiry. We do have rooms overlooking the bay. Our email address is -sorry Trip Advisor answer guidelines will not allow the email address to be printed in normal code so I will try this way oconnors guesthouse eircomnet (there is no space between the name and the second space stands for the usual at sign in an email address and a full stop between eircom and net) You do not advise dates so can confirm rooms would be available We look forward to hearing from you
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"Room C upstairs has a nice view of bay and some sheep."