We had a wonderful stay in Rolfs Guesthouse in July this year. The only downside was the weather. We just missed 6 weeks of beautiful weather which was a little unfortunate.
Rolfs Guesthouse was a lovely place to stay. The location is beautiful, even through th raindrops.
We only had breakfast so can't comment on dinner. The breakfast itself was nice, but the homebreads and jams were lovely. The coffee was lovely - I hadn't realised how bad coffee was in Ireland (haven't been home in a few years!). Probably the best coffee we had in Cork at least.
The staff were friendly, and helpful. My kids were delighted by the donkey too, which was a real bonus for them. Would certainly head back to Rolfs if we're in the area again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Winner of the AA Guest accomodation of the year 2017...Rolfs is a family-run business established in 1979 by the Haffner family. Originally an old farmhouse, with a courtyard surrounded by traditional stone build outhouses and set in 4.5 acres of mature grounds and gardens. The buildings, dating back several hundred years have been carefully restored and renovated in its original style and character, providing beautiful bedrooms, Holiday Cottages and an award winning a la carte Restaurant and Wine Bar. "Your ideal base to explore beautiful West Cork." ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Rolfs Country House Hotel Baltimore