Because I traveled off-season (many B&B and restaurant were closed for the season), I was the only guest -- but I still got the full hospitality other travelers talked about -- hot tea waiting for you, attentive hosts, and full breakfast and food to go (for the walk). Remember to take time to sit in the front porch to enjoy the view and tea and pie and cookies...
My friend and I stayed here for two nights while walking the Dingle Way. Our tour company, Hillwalk Tours, arranged for Aine or her husband Joe to pick us up at the end of one day's hike and drop us off at the starting point of the next day. Our hosts also offered to drive us to the village of Ballyferriter and recommended the best places to eat. The breakfasts here are enormous! Because we didn't want to waste food, we asked Aine to prepare smaller portions on our second morning, and they were still very generous!
Aine was a gracious host. We were walking the Dingle Way and she drove us to dinner and to an alternate starting point the next day due to weather. Best thing was the home baked pie waiting for us when we arrived - very tasty!
There was nothing not to like about my stay here. Clean, simple, friendly owner and fabulous breakfast. I wanted to eat light so asked for scrambled eggs and salmon...little did I know I would receive a 4 or 5 egg scramble and half a salmon. A 1/2 of chopped salmon on the eggs and the parameter of completely covered. There goes eating light. There was enough food for a family of four. Yes, I would definitely go back. Yes, I want my friends and others to stay at this lovely B&B.
I had deep fried brie cheese which Way excellent. The salad was blah. My wife had shrimp and she said it was amazing. The service was weird. I think that the girl was new. The prices were a bit high for what you got.