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Davitt's, Darcy's or O'Doinbhan's for overnight accomodation

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Davitt's, Darcy's or O'Doinbhan's for overnight accomodation

We are spending one night in Kenmare with our child. Which guesthouse would you recommend? They are all priced about the same. ~3irishvikings

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1. Re: Davitt's, Darcy's or O'Doinbhan's for overnight accomodation

Why not try Davitt's great food friendly staff and Mary the owner is very helpfull.... there is poarking to the rear of the guest house which is very handy.... I've stayed there before bedrooms lovely

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2. Re: Davitt's, Darcy's or O'Doinbhan's for overnight accomodation

I agree, Davitts is a very nice place to stay and Marys brother owns o'Doinbhans so its good as well. I would advise you to book in plenty of time because its starting to get busy. Darcys is a great seafood restaurant and well worth a try.....

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3. Re: Davitt's, Darcy's or O'Doinbhan's for overnight accomodation

sharonmary & timbo01,

Thanks so much. I appreciate your help. Using this forum truly is better than using a travel agent! ~3irishvikings

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4. Re: Davitt's, Darcy's or O'Doinbhan's for overnight accomodation

No problem Vikings, Hope you enjoy our town....

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