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Whispering Pines Guest House

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Kilkenny, Ireland
Reviewed 9 April 2017 via mobile

Beautiful location, friendly owners. Undergoing an upgrade at the moment. Room price reduced to reflect some issues relating to same. Should be lovely once the upgrade is completed. Nice, easy walk into centre of Crosshaven along the old railway line - now converted into a walkway/cycle track.

Thank Mary P
Whispering P, Owner at Whispering Pines Guest House, responded to this review

Hi Mary, Thank you for your review.We are very lucky indeed with our location and scenic view.I am glad you enjoyed Crosshaven and its beautiful surroundings.We have now completed the upgrade of a few of our older rooms, and with a few other small changes made,we are looking forward now to the season ahead.All we hope for now is some...

Reading, United Kingdom
Reviewed 29 March 2017

Me & my sister & our husbands had an amazing holiday stay at Whispering Pines. Monica, Norma & Barry could not have been more accommodating. We were really made to feel comfortable and at home. The en-suite rooms we had were clean & extremely large and the delicious full Irish breakfast, ample toast, cereal & fruit kept us sustained and...

Thank TrishHamblin
Whispering P, Owner at Whispering Pines Guest House, responded to this review

Hi Trish, Thank you so much for your kind review.We really enjoyed having you here with us.It was a real pleasure looking after you all.We hope your Dad is feeling well and that he enjoyed his trip. Hopefully we will welcome you all back again Until we meet again,take care x Warm Regards Norma,Monica & Barry

Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Reviewed 11 August 2016

My father and I were at the Whispering Pines in the beginning of July for a fishing trip. Monica greeted us with much enthusiasm and we were welcomed with the same before 8AM, at the same time she offered us a full Irish breakfast with everything we could wish for, with no questions asked and nothing charged, just because we...

1Thank antoniead
Whispering P, Manager at Whispering Pines Guest House, responded to this review

Hi Antonie, Thank you so much for your kind words.It means a lot to us.We remember you and your father very well, and we were only sorry you were here for such a short time,as it would have been a pleasure to get to know you better.We are always disappointed if the weather is not the best for fishing,especially when...

Surrey, United Kingdom
Reviewed 4 August 2016

Stayed at Whispering Pines Crosshaven, had a lovely time. Barry, Norma & Monica really looked after us, they are very nice people. If I was in Crosshaven again I would definitely stay there again. Kevin Burt

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Whispering P, Manager at Whispering Pines Guest House, responded to this review

Hi Kevin, Thank you very much for your kind review.It was lovely getting to know you,Giselle,Tim and all the family during your time here with us.I hope you are all keeping very well and we will hopefully meet you all again :) Take Care Regards Monica,Norma & Barry

Dublin, Ireland
Reviewed 31 July 2015

We stayed at this lovely B&B in June when travelling around Cork. We used it as our base while we visited Fota, Kinsale and Carrigaline. The staff were very friendly and our room was clean and spacious. The breakfast was delicious and with under a minute's walk to the village with plenty of pubs and restaurants nearby. We really enjoyed...

1Thank ShellyB1978
Watford, United Kingdom
Reviewed 26 July 2015

We came across Whispering Pines when looking for a few nights holiday accommodation whilst touring the Cork area. First impressions were good, pleasant atmosphere with a really genuine friendly Irish welcome and very helpful staff. The rooms were spacious, clean and well furnished. The food was varied with the option of fresh caught fish every day, wholesome and well presented....

1Thank Robert F
Reviewed 17 March 2015

I would not recommend staying here unless you are an angler or have no other options available which we had not.We were in Crosshaven on a business project which had to take place on a particular date and other accommodations were full. The person who checked us in was not very welcoming, the room was seventies style and there were...

2Thank DDee_11
Athlone, Ireland
Reviewed 21 July 2014

I stayed in this B&B recently and I can honestly say it was the worst place I have encountered in a long, long time The man who checked me in acted as if he had never dealt with guests before. He handed me a key attached to what had been a leather covered keyring with my room number. The leather...

1Thank Maurafromgibberland
Reviewed 4 July 2003

This hotel is ideally suited to boat anglers visiting Ireland. Well placed for transfers from Cork airport which the hotel arranges with thier own mini-coach. The hotel has three of its own boats, all Aqua Star 42ft island wheelhouse vessels. The hotel is not luxurious but is clean comfortable has a good bar and restaurant and is well used to...

11Thank TonkaBoldon

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Whispering Pines, sheltered by surrounding woodland and overlooking the Owenabue River, lies just a short distance from Crosshaven Village. A charming fishing village, Crosshaven with a number of restaurants & traditional pubs, is a hub of maritime activity with modern marinas & boatyards contributing to the everchanging seascape.We are the closest accommodation to the Royal Cork Yacht Club,which is just a short riverside walk away. We have 14 spacious and comfortable bedrooms with ensuite bathroom.All our rooms have panoramic views of Crosshaven with it's flotilla of yachts at anchor. Enjoy quality, wholesome home cooked food, using only the freshest ingredients. We pride ourselves on creating a warm, friendly and cozy atmosphere in which guests can relax and feel 'at home'. We operate a Deep Sea Angling business during the summer months,with great Fishing Packages available. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Whispering Pines Guest House

Address: Crosshaven, Ireland
Region: Ireland > Province of Munster > County Cork > Crosshaven
Price Range: $170 - $174 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 14
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