Very nice modern hotel with excellent facilities and comfortable bed rooms. Good service in the bar/restaurant. Did find two massive spiders in bedroom though so might be slacking a bit on the cleaning. There again they may have hitched a lift from previous hotel I stayed in which was a bit of a dump!
Staff not at reception had to go to bar then they sent some one no rush . room clean an spacious .They have music Saturday nights and could hear it it room and went on till late but Sunday night had music and did not hear it so it was down to the type of music.
On our arrival, we had a warm welcome from the friendly owners, including good advice on local restaurants and such.
Our room was extremely comfortable, with the usual home comforts. A wide ranging breakfast menu set us up each day to explore the Cork and Blarney area.
A perfect, excellent guest house. Would certainly recommend it to anyone
Traveller from Kent, England
Small boutique hotel with rooftop gardens set in a quiet village one mile from Blarney, two miles from the centre of …More
Excellent customer service. Directly above the Muskerry Arms Bar which is fun for the night life and grabbing food. Very large room and comfortable bed. TV, desk, large bathroom/shower (water temperature was hard to adjust and a couple of the lights didn't work in my room). Close enough to walk to Blarney Castle. Great location for daytime shopping and walking around. Easy to find. Great cooked to order breakfast supplemented with cereal, breads, yogurt, and fruit. Great deal for the money!
Situated in southern Ireland, just 8 km from Cork, Blarney boasts the beautiful medieval Blarney Castle and the world-famous Blarney Stone. Legend has it that anyone who kisses the stone receives the “gift of gab.”