Old Bank House

11 Pearse Street, Kinsale, County Cork, Ireland | Hotel
Prices starting from $96.00
 

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Biking in Kinsale!!!

A travel blog entry by bevin

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What a difference a good night's sleep makes! as well as the sun blazing once again, just when we needed it!!

Pretty grey when we awoke, had a good moderate breakfast (yeah for oatmeal!) and once again!! the SUN came out!! Rented bikes and off we went, feeling absolutely nuts riding bikes on these wee roads but soon got onto Scilly Walk …

Driving through Ireland

A travel blog entry by pmzchenry

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... match but that wasn't on until the next weekend. Instead we got to watch Gaelic football, Cork vs Dublin. It was definitely a Cork supporters pub so we cheered for Cork. We were most definitely the only Americans in the pub. We think Kinsale is a get away spot that the Irish citizens head to. Cork lost but it was an exciting match even though we didn't know the rules. C and M showed up towards the end of the match. C had a cider and M just sat with us for ...

Friday, learning the history of Kinsale

A travel blog entry by drbrn60

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... place up. I’ll finish taking interior pictures once it’s all cleaned up and then I’ll finally be able to do a full blog on the place. This place is too special to not detail. Once we are out of here, we are back on the road to Dublin. We’re staying at a different hotel, but it is still close to the one we stayed at last week. We need to purchase an additional suitcase to bring all of our souvenirs home, so we’ll take care of that once we are in town. ...

A walk to Ballinspittle

A travel blog entry by jkrakauer

Took a walk from home to and from balinspittle. Nice day and the weather was clear.

Took the train to Fota Island. It is a animal conservation area in which you see birds and animals both that are found locally and brought to the park. Animals brought in included zebras, giraffes and monkeys. It was a nice day to walk around and follow the 3 different paths leading to the animals including a path filled with palm trees.
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Glitz and Glamour, 1912 Style

A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe

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... in a knowing sort of voice, things like “Did you know that the champagne bottle didn’t break when they launched the Titanic?” and other such rumours and alleged “facts”. So it is great when I can hear results of research which sorts out the wheat from the chaff. Just for the record, the champagne bottle did break. :-)

We spent the rest of the morning pottering around the ship, spending a lot of ...

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This hotel, located on 11 Pearse Street, Kinsale, is near Old Head Golf Links, Desmond Castle & International Museum of Wine, James Fort, and Kinsale Regional Museum.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsOld Bank House Kinsale

    Reviewed by bevin

    Ok but doesn't live up to write ups

    Reviewed Oct 10, 2012
    by (9 reviews) Whistler , Canada Flag of Canada

    smaller rooms than it appears in literature and bathrooms really tiny and pretty dated/tub needed work etc

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Old Bank House Kinsale

    The Old Bank House- a gem!!

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    I stepped inside the Old Bank House and knew I was in for a special experience. After a long day in the car, I was looking forward to peace and quiet and the feeling of being pampered . I was not disappointed. Centrally located in downtown Kinsale, it is a mixture of Irish friendliness and old world European charm. The furnishings are lovely with great attention to detail. The beds are VERY comfortable and the rooms tastefully decorated and very clean. The staff was great- knowledgable about where to go and what to do in Kinsale and more than willing to make dinner reservations, suggest things to do and places to visit in the surrounding area. I am a breakfast person and I can say that breakfast here was a truly memorable experience. I would definitely say that this was a GREAT place to stay.

    Nice B&B, Get a room in back or plan on hearing the road!

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    Overall nice accomodations. Our group rented three rooms; two were in back and one faced the main road in front. The room in front of the B&B was very noisy. Please request a room in the back side of the building if you stay at the Old Bank House!

    Loved the Old Bank Hotel

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    The hotel is situated centrally in the town and the hotel staff immediately inform you of the nearest free parking. The hotel welcome is superb, introducing themselves, showing you your rooms and issuing a map of the local area and pointing out places of interest. The hotel is B&B only, but they have sample menu's of many local restaurants for you to browse in their beautiful and comfortable lounge. The bedrooms are beautifully decorated and very comfortable, the beds are the biggest I have seen!

    Great hotel in a perfect location!

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    We were greeted by very friendly staff upon our arrival. They were sure to give us a map with instructions on what to see and do during our stay in Kinsale. Our room (I can't remember the number) was on the 3rd floor with a view overlooking the center of town and the harbor. Breakfast was delicious; we ordered the french toast which was a welcome change from the standard Irish full breakfast. Wish we had more time at the Old Bank House in Kinsale.

    Shame, shame

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    If your concept of luxury includes a tiny room with a lumpy bed, paper thin walls, a 5 AM wakeup from the trucks delivering to the grocery store located right next door, and the exquisite views that you came to Ireland for --a parking lot hangout for local kids, then the Old Bank House is for you. Otherwise, steer clear. This was the most expensive place we stayed in Ireland, and by far the worst. It is a classic case of a bad 2 star pension using a nice website to masquerade as a good 4 star hotel.

    Had a great time here

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    The Old Bank House

    Just though I'd send in a review following a most enjoyable stay in the Old Bank House in wonderful Kinsale. Our airy bedroom was exquisitely decorated as well as being extremely comfortable. Given our location in the centre of town I was initially concerned that there might be noise from outside, but thanks to the double glazing we ended up sleeping soundly. Being so centrally located was a joy - Kinsale is such a charming town to stroll around. The staff were wonderfully helpful and I cant wait to return.

    Good location, very quaint

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    Above average for the location. The elevator is definitely a 2 person affair...maybe just a little TOO quaint for me..everything is just a little creaky...floorboards, elevator. The breakfast was nice, not quite as good as some we had, but certainly adequate and then some. The bathroom was very old fashioned, which is probably the point at which I considered it a little too quaint. Would I use it again? Maybe. I certainly didn't see anything else that I liked better. I look for location and some combination of interesting and comfortable. I would probably give the Old Bank 2 stars.

    Charming, Great Location

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    I stayed at the Old Bank House with my family. The rooms were nicely decorated with modern bathroom facilities. We had two rooms and everyone agreed that the beds and pillows were very comfortable. The sitting room on the first floor is cozy and inviting. After quickly checking us in and giving us a brief overview of the city the owner, Michael, suggested we have dinner at Crackpots. It was a wonderful recommendation. The breakfast the following morning was very good. They served anything you could possibly want. Kinsale is a delightful town and our stay at the Old Bank House made it even more special.

    Fabulous Location and Service

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    The Old Bank house is right on one of the main streets of Kinsale, a town that I fell in love with at first sight. We only stayed one night and wish that we could have stayed longer. The very friendly owners greeted us personally, helped us with parking regulations, and also with directions to our next destination. Room was pretty and airy; very high ceilings with nice details (crown moldings/sconses). Bathroom was also very nice, although it took us awhile to figure out how the shower worked.

    We had a fantastic dinner down the street at "The White House" and also packed a picnic lunch from the gourmet cheese shop across the street. Breakfast was great/ lots of choices. We cannot wait to go back.

    The Best in Kinsale!

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    Just returned from our third trip to wonderful Kinsale and our second stay at the truly superb Old Bank House. There's plenty of really good accommodation to be had in Kinsale, but The Old Bank has the edge on all the rest.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Old Bank House Kinsale

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent