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We were greeted by a very friendly black Labrador called Lily and then by an equally lovely lady, Marion,the hostess with the mostest!
Our room was very warm, clean and comfortable. Marion provided a portacot for our 5 month old son and spent some time...More
This is a wonderful place for people in search of authentic Irish hospitality. The farmhouse stands out in illuminating red against a hillside but getting there can be a challenge. Your GPS will only help,you so far. Best way is to take R603 out of...More
Stayed for one night, and was very pleased with all aspects of our stay, from the cleanliness of the room to the little touches here and there that made things extra special.
The view from the farmhouse is amazing and for city-dwellers the stars at...More
My friends and I stayed for one night to celebrate New Year locally. Marion did not know what to do for us. So accommodating, welcoming and obliging. She made our stay. Lashings of very tasty food. We intend to return. This lady has it in...More
My room was spotless with a beautiful view. Breakfast best I had while in Ireland. If you are anywhere near kinsale try and stay with Marian Maloney at Bridgeview Farm. I'm sure my group of four female companions would agree!
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I know the place well and have no doubt Marian will answer you hersefl soon, but just to reassure you, all rooms are ensuite except the single that is not ensuite but has its private bathroom on the... More
I know the place well and have no doubt Marian will answer you hersefl soon, but just to reassure you, all rooms are ensuite except the single that is not ensuite but has its private bathroom on the landing.
Enjoy your stay at Bridgeview in August, it's a wonderful place in an exceptional setting and Marian is a wonderful host.
Make the best of your trip. If you are into history don't miss a visit to the Michael Collins Centre run by Tim Crowley outside Clonakilty (on the R600 between Timoleague and Clonakilty) and if you are into Whale Watching, Nic Slocum of Whale Watch West Cork operating from Baltimore is your man !
All the best,
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"I had a single in front of the house with great water and bridge views.. Some rooms in the back had hillside..."