Breakfast was good and the daughter of the owner is a very pleasant woman--that's the extent of the positive things. I believe she said the hotel building was built in the 1700s; I think that may have also been the last time that it was cleaned! Our room was gross--when I am paying to stay somewhere, I don't want to see cob webs all of the curtains and numerous bugs, both dead and alive. The place had a smell throughout and defintely looks like it could've been haunted (I think this is what some people mistake for charm!). I'm all about a charming place, but that shouldn't come with bugs and spider webs. The bed was like sleeping on a box full of springs--not comfortable at all; specially after having hiked 30 miles along the Kerry Way--we would've been better suited camping outside in the rain.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A family run hotel in the beautiful village of Glenbeigh, Co. Kerry. The Hotel is just 2kms from Rossbeigh Beach on the Wild Atlantic Way. It's centrally located to tour The Ring of Kerry, Visit Skellig Island or walk the Kerry Way. ... more less