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Great location, beautiful view and comfortable rooms. Delicious breakfast. We love the Sun Dried tomato and Spinach Frittata. The owner and Chef Brian was the best. Brian helped us with places to visit, best scenic drives, good restaurants for dinner and where to enjoy live...More
Arriving at Castlewood House on the southwest coast of the Dingle Peninsula I was delighted to find that their online photos matched the real experience. We booked in for a 4 night stay at rate of 114 euro per night including full Irish breakfast. Owner/Managers...More
Stayed for 1 night in Early December. Beautiful deluxe room, fantastic delicious breakfast, wonderful people, and great service. As a unexpected special treat, we had a stray cat that hopped in thru the open window curl up and stay at the bottom of the bed...More
this is the sister house to the Heaton House --the interior pictures are the Heaton House--both homes are owned by brothers --they are both top notch places to stay--the breakfast is to die for --the rooms are exquisite --if you're looking to spoil yourself come...More
I stayed at Castlewood House last weekend when I was down for the Other Voices Festival. We couldn't have been luckier with the accommodation, everything was perfect and Brian and Helen were so welcoming and friendly. Delighted!
Response from castlewoodhouse | Property representative |
Hello, thank you so much for your enquiry, I am so sorry but for the night of the 4th of December we are closed, if it suits your travel plans I can offer you the night of the 3rd of December
Response from Douglas F | Reviewed this property |
On our first night in Dingle we walked along the Strand from Castlewood to a pub that was a few doors down from the the Out of the Blue restaurant. There we had one of the best evenings of our Ireland trip listening to the... More
On our first night in Dingle we walked along the Strand from Castlewood to a pub that was a few doors down from the the Out of the Blue restaurant. There we had one of the best evenings of our Ireland trip listening to the music of a first rate entertainer.