TripAdvisor Reviews Sovereign House Kinsale
Travel Blogs from Kinsale
... for us to stay in a nice self contained cottage by the water at nearby Oysterhaven. Had home cooked dinner with him and wife Leonitje, met their kids and (on request) received a long overdue history lesson on Ireland. Their kids are about the same age as Emma, Jane and Sophie were when we last saw them (Morgan and Leonitje that is, not our kids). Showed us around Kinsale and the region which was grand to be sure then had ...
... necessarily a good thing, as I'm spending way more money. We boughtsome souvenirs as well, and figured we should get that out of the way as much as we can.
Luggage weight, however, is an issue as we will be travelling to London, Belfast and then back to Dublin from Edinburgh and they restrict 20kg. Now, you guys may think we should have no problem with that, but funny enough, we are! An entire month in India with one ...
... of greens. It was a long drive, over 3 hours so we were happy to arrive at Perryville House, a stately B&B in the center of town.
Kinsale is a touristy seaside town, with lots of pubs and restaurants. It is known as the culinary capital of Ireland. Our accommodations overlook the harbor, and the house is a typical Georgian style....high ceilings, lots of old pictures, fireplaces everywhere. Overall, very charming but ...
... said that ************e spoke Spanish, let alone spoke to him at all.
What were we to do? We spent some time listening, shared a bit of our dinner money and promised to remember him in prayer. Honestly, we didn't want to walk away. He never even asked us for money. I think more than anything he just wanted to be seen and heard, to be reminded again that he was not invisible, that he mattered, that his ...
... during many occassions and pointed out the many parts of the fort including the barracks, prison (which we were standing in), hospital, supply rooms, along with many others! We were now free to roam the fort! It was extremely cool to be walking around in the fort, there were soo many different buildings and the view to Kinsale and our on the water was absolutely awe-inspiring! We took this opportunity to take as many cool and fun pictures as possible! We went into all the ...
Other places to stay in Kinsale
Rathmore Road, Kinsale | 4 star hotelfrom $107
- Delighted Wedding Guest
- Lovely location, problems with dinner reservations
World's End, Kinsale | 4 star hotelfrom $128
- Still Excellent
- Very Welcoming
- Very Good
Pier Road, Kinsale | 4 star hotelfrom $131
- Very Disappointing
- Clean, comfortable rooms
- Felt like we'd been ripped off
3/4 Pearse Street, Kinsale | 3 star hotelfrom $95
- Perfect place in Kinsale
- Great Hotel
- Wonderful Hotel
11 Pearse Street, Kinsale | Hotelfrom $96
- The Old Bank House- a gem!!
- Nice B&B, Get a room in back or plan on hearing the road!
- Loved the Old Bank Hotel
Lower O'Connell St., Kinsale | 2 star hotelfrom $142
Pearse Street and The Glen, Kinsale | Hotelfrom $155