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Beautifully furnished and decorated!
Killarney Tue, 21-Sep-04 Earls Court House
(commercial URL) € 116
Loc: good (not central) ; Rm: very good ; Bathrm: very good. Bkft:: OK. Staff: OK ; Value: 4/5
Comment: beautifully decorated!
Impossible to fault. The food, service, decor, furnishings all second to none. Extremely helpful and friendly staff. Liked it so much we stayed an extra night. Will definately return!
The exterior of the building is unassuming and not particularly impressive, but inside you find a lovely sitting room, beautiful art on all the walls, wonderfully appointed bedrooms, and the best breakfast in town. Warm, friendly owners too. We loved it.
Delightful in all respects
My wife and I based our decision to stay here on what other people had written in these reviews. I'm pleased to say we were'nt disappointed. I work for an airline and travel abroad several times a month staying in top quality hotels. In terms of value for money and outstanding service I have stayed in few better. The rooms were spotlessly clean, breakfast was delicious and nothing was too much trouble for the owners. I can thoroughly recommend it.
Charming family-run hotel
I chose to stay at this hotel, having read the reviews on this site. I booked the room using their easy to use website reservation system. This is, without doubt, the best privately-run small hotel I have ever stayed in. It has a very inviting family home atmosphere. The building is decorated with a wide range of antiques and family heirlooms. Our room was very spacious, with excellent facilities and a large, disabled-person-accessible bathroom. The staff were very friendly, polite and helpful. The hotel is located in a peaceful inner suburb. It would only take the average person around 15 - 20 minutes to walk into the town centre. Taxis are cheap and readily available.
Great Place, Nice People
Add our names to the list of folks who love this place. My wife and I stayed several nights in May 2004 and found Earls Court to be exceptional. Beautiful antiques (a museum quality piece of Killarney furniture is in the lounge), spotless and beautifully furnished rooms. Emer and all of the staff are kind and helpful. The breakfast is wonderful!
We were impressed from the first moment we arrived. We traveled via Kinsale and Blarney and arrived around 2 PM without having had lunch. We asked the owner for recommendations for a quick lunch spot and she offered to make us sandwiches within 10 minutes (only cost 4 Euro per sandwich). Also had wonderful tea and sweet breads. ELegant accomodations in a quiet area within a 10-15 minute walk to center of town, outstanding breakfast, best beds, Huge bathroom, warm and caring owners that were MOST helpful with any needs. We would definitely recommend this guesthouse and would stay there again and again.
I stayed at Earls Court last August (2002) and it was absolutely wonderful. The owner is very gracious and helpful. He welcomed us with tea and a snack when we arrived. The room was lovely, spotless, with beautiful furniture and a fabulous view of the mountains. The hotel is full of antiques. It's a small hotel with a B&B feel. The breakfast is traditionally Irish and delicious. Highly recommended.
Gracious & Convenient
Spent a night at Earls Court in May2003. It is immaculate, convenient to all shopping and restaurants (walking distance) and run by very lovely people. Don't miss the apple surprise pancakes. We will surely return!
Excellent B & B
Beautiful, small ( 11 rooms) quiet B & B just a few minutes walk from town center. Wonderful hospitality. Great Irish breakfast....all at reasonable price. Highly recommend.
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... in a small village called Adare. We saw the ruins of watch towers and then the prize winning thatched cottages. The cottages were originally the homes in the villages when there was a lord in the tower. We have been seeing castles, towers, learning about vikings, lords, knights and traditions in the small towns we pass through. There was one small town who continue to uphold a tradition of men going up into the ...
... first time we missed the chance) we made our way out of Dublin. We headed south on the Irish freeway (which still freaks is all out being on the wrong side of the road). Stopped at some very old castle ruins to take a quick tour on foot. This was workout number one of the trip. Quite a bit of huffing and puffing once we got to the top! It started to rain right after we got up there so the pics were brief but so cool to see. We grabbed a ...
... impressed by the beauty of this ruined tower, faithfully preserved and maintained on the inside, but we had just missed a tour group. The staff were apologetic and let us know when the next couple of tours were, so we were thinking about zipping away and returning for a later show. I took this opportunity to photograph the interior model of the tower, what it would have likely looked like with people in period costume, going about their workday in the maintenance and support ...
... lodge where we were treated to perhaps the best Irish coffee I had ever had.
While mom was milling about the sports shop, I went on to stealthly buy her a lovely shamrock necklace as a thank you for the trip and tour she generously invited me to share with her and Jessica. I was a little nervous buying such an extravagance but in retrospect it was the right thing to do. After all, you have only one chance in life to let people know you love ...
... better view of the lake. No pictures were allowed, but the ceilings were always interesting.
After the tour we walked through the gardens for a bit another went back to the BNB. We decided to drive to dinner and had a parking adventure. We drove up an alley that looked like it was only for pedestrians but beyond it we did find the lot, score! Then we had to find the ticket machine to pay. ...