About this listing
This is a 300 year old tower converted into a beautful and comfortable home, with ensuite bedrooms,
surrounded by beautiful woods and minutes away from a amazing beach.
A beautiful Tower house built in 1683, situated on the edge of a picturesque village, adjacent to the oldest inhabited Castle in Ireland. in the village of Kilbrittai, 20 minutes from the popular
town of Kinsale
45 minutes from Cork Airport.
The house was converted in Georgian times into a home and is now offering a warm welcome to guests beautifully furnished with French antiques.
7 bedrooms 5 ensuite.
the cost is €80.00 per night per room, which includes breakfast and access to sittingroom.
all bedrooms are ensuite.
Interaction with Guests
as little or as much as requested
Great authentic irish village with shop two pubs and a church, plus a beautiful beach and access to west cork and the irish coastline.
need transport but taxis can be arranged.
Hi this is a Bed and Breakfast,
so the cost is for one room and continental breakfast.
Carole made us feel very welcome. She is a warm and friendly host. She served us a delicious breakfast each day. Dower House is magnificent and beautiful and convenient to Kinsale and Old Head. Kilbrittain is a charming villlage, close to a beautiful beach and The Pink Elephant restaurant which has great food and magnificent views. Carole gave us great recommendations for places to visit in the area. We loved our stay and recommend this location highly.
The reservation was canceled 7 days before arrival. This is an automated posting.
Carole has a beautiful home that's full of character. Despite some initial difficulties myself and two friends successfully made it to Carole's She left us a dinner recommendation that had an amazing view and tasty food and our leisurely breakfast the next morning in the lovely dining room was a great start to the holiday.
About the Host, Carole
I am english but have lived in Ireland for 32 years!! I own a restaurant in Kinsale, so love food and
make ceramics, love travelling, a bit of a francophile as I live with a french man.