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We visited here in first week of July. Therese is a wonderful, accommodating host. She is lovely to talk to and is super helpful and quick to respond to queries. Her breakfast was awesome-we are still talking about the scones she made. Would highly recommend.
Therese O'Shea runs a first-class bed and breakfast in her house on the outskirts of Kenmare. We were treated to a huge room with a great bed, excellent shower, good tv and room to spread out, a rarity in Irish bed and breakfasts. Her breakfasts...More
Wonderful breakfasts, warm and welcoming hosts, comfortable, clean rooms. Beautiful setting. Perfect for a weeklong stay with our family group of 10. There was plenty to do in the area and the short walk to town was a great way to build an appetite for...More
We only stopped here for a night, but found it to be a very pleasant stop. The owner, who was out doing her shopping, drove over to find us and lead us to the property when we got lost on the way in, served us...More
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US$67 - US$136 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I would say the same as above. There are no sidewalks and the road is narrow. But Therese is a dear and did drive my Mom and I into town when my brother took the rental car to his golf tee-time. Parking in town is not too... More
I would say the same as above. There are no sidewalks and the road is narrow. But Therese is a dear and did drive my Mom and I into town when my brother took the rental car to his golf tee-time. Parking in town is not too bad either. We were there in October and had no trouble finding places to park.
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"We enjoyed Room 5, at the back with windows on two sides."