This B&B was a Pivotal nights stay on our 14 day journey through the Emerald Isle. In our opinion, the drive out the Iveragh Peninsula on the Ring of Kerry parlays Anything said about the Dingle Peninsula. We actually thought the Coast reminded us of Carmel-By-The-Sea and Big Sur...the Sea is much more violent and romantic here off this peninsula. The views have you pulling your car over every 5 minutes to shoot a picture. I got out of the car so many times, to take pictures, I wanted to rip the seatbelt bell out and throw it over the cliff :) This place, out on the tip of Iveragh, is 'not covered' in some of the tourist books and websites I read so, it has remained untouched by spoils. I'm telling you: go there. The crowning touch was reaching the end; Portmagee, a small fishing village...small meaning tiny. Practically the whole Village is One Row of brightly colored buildings. If you want to shop for trinkets, rub elbows with the rich & famous, see castles, dodge tour buses and people from all over the world- this is not the place for you. But, my wife and I are all about quiet, undisturbed, beautiful seaside villages and this one is TOPS>
The B&B, mentioned here, just makes the whole adventure driving out there the Coup de Grace. Of the 11 different B&B's we stayed at in this trip, this one is neck-in-neck with #1- 'Peggy O'Neils in quality, view, breakfast and service. Monica, the owner, was very helpful and sent us out to Valencia Island and to Brea Head. Another drive not to be missed.
Our double bed room had a view of the Bay, some cattle and, on clear weather, miles of 48 colors of green. The breakfast was superior and service exemplary. The room was beautifully decorated, clean, pin neat and huge. The bath the same with big Fluffy towels. Wifi and excellent TV reception. Sadly, for the ultimate in rest and diversion...we didn't stay much longer.