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                        Recent Killorglin Reviews

                        Fantastic vacation site

                        5 of 5
                        We stayed for 2 weeks at this wonderful cottage in what we thought was the most scenic part of Ireland. The views from the cottage are breath-taking and we enjoyed being on the northern side of the Dingle peninsula, which is less "touristy". Cloghane is a nifty little village a short 5-minute ride away where we ate dinner a couple of times at O'Connor's pub/restaurant; the food was delicious. (If you attend the local ceilidh in Cloghane, come prepared to sing a song!) We also had a great meal in nearby Stradbally (Tomasins); a little farther away, in Castlegregory, are several great restaurants we enjoyed and a Spar for grocery shopping. We also enjoyed renting bikes at Castlegregory, although I would be a little leery of biking on roads in other parts of Ireland. We needed every bit of our 2 weeks to savor the Dingle peninsula. We hiked twice behind the cottage through sheep pastures to one of many loughs (lakes), again out at Brandon Point, and along multiple beaches. Tralee (40 min drive) is the capital of Kerry (nice museum) and the rose capitol of Ireland; we enjoyed a Siamsa Tire performance of Irish song and dance there. In that direction also is Killarney National Park and the Muckross estate. Or, you can go south through the Conor Pass (an adventure all by itself) to the town of Dingle (touristy) and out along the Slea Head drive. We picnicked there, went to the Blasket Island Information Center and, on a different day, took the boat to Great Blasket Island, which was fascinating. Scorid Cottage itself is very comfortable and Veronica was very hospitable, greeting us with fresh scones and jam. We took one of the downstairs bedrooms (there are 2) with its own bath. We also used the tub in the upstairs bath, which has two additional bedrooms. The kitchen was well equipped. An Irish custom that requires some forethought is that electricity is expensive and oil and electricity is metered and charged at the end of the rental period (this was true for other rentals, as well). We were conservative in our usage and it only cost us about 15 euros per week; a large group who indulge themselves in lots of hot water or heat can expect a much higher tab. Overall, we had a wonderful time at Scorid Cottage and would highly recommend it. The cows and sheep right next door were a bonus. A regret is that we were too late in the year for the lambs.
                        • Submitted: Aug 14, 2016
                        • Stayed: Jul 2016

                        Stunning setting overlooking the Dingle Peninsula

                        5 of 5
                        The pictures on HomeAway just don't portray this home's setting, it's a spectacular setting, virtually on the Tralee Golf Club with views for miles over the Dingle Peninsula, Tralee Bay, and the Atlantic. The home's furnishings are updated and stylish with plenty of room, and every kitchen feature you will require. The outdoor patio is where you'll spend most of your time, assuming the weather cooperates, I guess you'd utilize the game room if it doesn't! The location was very convenient for our golf based location with Ballybunion, Dooks, Dingle, Killarney all within an hour's drive, and Tralee right next door.
                        • Submitted: Jul 1, 2014
                        • Stayed: Jun 2014

                        5 star comfort!

                        5 of 5
                        Its hard to give this little gem of a getaway enough credit wothout sounding like the owner! We spent a week in this magnificiently situated cottage on the Ring of Kerry at the end of July and have only good things to report. We were greeting and shown around the property from a friendly and welcoming local lady called Dora, who showed us everything we need to know to relax and enjoy this recently refurbished cottage. The house radiates warmth at all times thanks to its underfloor heating which means that even after a long day exploring the surrounds, the house is a welcoming warm place to retreat to. Every room is equipped with all the modern conveniences that one could imagine neccesary but none of this takes away from the cosy cottage feel of the house. The living room boosts views straight out across the bay at one end and a cosy open fire at the other for the nights in with a glass of wine and movie and your feet up. A glorious conservatory has been added to the house with views of the mountains behind and of the sea to the front. Straight across the bay is the famous Kerry town of Dingle and this is where the sun sets in the evening. The owners have built an veranda which means that nice evenings can be spent watching the sun go down with a BBQ to entertain. The cottage is spacious and sleeps 6 comfortably without ever feeling crowded. 5 minutes away is a family friendly beach and the Ring of Kerry offers numerous activities to fill the days before returning home to this welcoming little gem. This is without doubt, the nicest self catering accommodation, I have encountered in Ireland as it loses none of the quaint cottage feel but includes all the comforts of a 5 star hotel. Enjoy your stay, no doubt we will be returning!
                        • Submitted: Aug 22, 2012
                        • Stayed: Jul 2012