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We had the pleasure of staying at the Springfield Lodge on our recent tour of Ireland. Kay is one of those people, that when you meet her for 3 minutes, she is like family. She is one of the most welcoming, warm people that you...More
We stayed at the Springfield Lodge for one night. The room was very clean and beautiful decorated. We felt very comfortable. The host was so friendly and even drove us with her car twice. Our highlight was the breakfast: Pancakes with a lot of fruits!...More
Our hostess, Kay O'Shea, was THE BEST!!!
She prepared the most delicious and artfully-presented breakfasts we've had in our entire 3-week journey across Ireland. She went above and beyond to make our stay pleasant. When she saw I was tall (6'4"), she moved us from...More
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Response from Kay_Tey_Oshea, Owner at Springfield Lodge Bed & BreakfastResponded October 6, 2017
Thanks a million for your wonderful review
I reviewed Springfield Lodge in 2012, having visited regularly over the previous 20 years, and have been back three times since. It goes from strength to strength. The rooms are comfortable and well equipped and the breakfasts are delicious - whether the "full Irish", American...More
We had a two night stay here in May 2017and found it to be very good. Kay the owner was very helpful & the breakfast was lovely. The whole property was beautifully kept and the room very clean. We did find the bathroom quite small...More
Response from Kay_Tey_Oshea | Property representative |
You can take a tour of the very popular Ring of Kerry, you can walk or cycle the National Park, you can take a jaunting cart around the Lakes of Kilarney and you can drive through the Gap of Dunloe........... that would be... More
You can take a tour of the very popular Ring of Kerry, you can walk or cycle the National Park, you can take a jaunting cart around the Lakes of Kilarney and you can drive through the Gap of Dunloe........... that would be sufficient for your two day stay in Killarney.