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Dromagowlane House

Adrigole, Cork, P75 FY88


12km from Glengarriff


Meet your host…

Anne & Paul Harris

You can enjoy true Irish hospitality when staying at our Bed and Breakfast. We enjoy welcoming guests to our home and have made many friends along the way. Guests can relax in quiet and comfortable surroundings, yet are in the ideal location for exploring the delights of the local area.

Adrigole
Beara Peninsula
P75 FY88

A Country House retreat at the foot of the Sugar Loaf Mountains, Dromagowlane House is a charming 18th century home and organic farm in County Cork. Guests can enjoy 4-star comfort just a five-minute stroll from the sandy shoreline. Hosts Anne and Paul Harris pamper guests with traditional home cooking, superb local knowledge and a peaceful, welcoming atmosphere. Only 12km from idyllic Glengarriff, visitors can explore the unrivalled Beara Peninsula, follow scenic walking and cycling routes and try a spot of fishing with tackle and bait shop on site.

Farmstay Experience

Dromagowlane House is set in 20 acres, with an organic farm, garden and orchard that supplies the house.  Guests can be taken on a tour of the farm to meet the animals - sheep with lambs, pigs, chickens and hens and guest can also collect the eggs for breakfast from the hen house.

How to get here

From Glengarriff: Take Castletownbere Road, after 12.6km, turn right in front of large yellow shcool sign and green post box. House is 100m on the left.

From Castletownbere: Take Glengarriff Road. After 20km, turn left - 400m after The Wild Atlantic Bar. House is 100m on the left.

Bus Routes: 46

Sat Nav: Lat (51.689515) - Long (-9.662808)

  • Angling
  • Farmstays
  • Walkers

Facilities

  • Cot Available
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Cycling
  • Fishing within 5kms
  • Golfing within 5kms
  • Hair Dryer
  • Horse Riding
  • Internet Access
  • Irish Spoken
  • Ironing
  • Light Meals Available
  • No Smoking House
  • Private Car Park
  • Tea In Bedrooms
  • TV in Bedroom
  • Walking
  • Wi-Fi

Customer Reviews

 

Erin & Dan

07 Oct 2018 
Review Score: 10/10

Paul and Anne were welcoming and wonderful hosts. Anne provides great information about the area and Paul set us up with fishing gear for fishing off the shore which was 5 minutes away. Breakfast was great and the room was perfect - roomy, clean, and comfortable. The location was perfect for exploring Glengarriff and Castletownbere, and for driving the ring of Beara which should not be missed, gorgeous. Highly recommend this wonderful B & B. Thanks Paul and Anne for everything!

David and Donna Wishart

12 Oct 2017 
Review Score: 3/10

Had you not requested a review, I would not give one; starting with the positive, Anne was very pleasant, friendly, and gave us good advice as to where to stop on our way to Glendalough. She provided coffee and cookies upon our arrival which was very thoughtful. However, this is absolutely NOT a four star accommodation, as advertised: there was hair in the shower, a large spider on the wall above the sink had numerous droppings on the counter below, and both mornings we were offered yoghurt that was 10 days past the 'best before' date. Neither my husband nor I felt that our room had been cleaned in some time so that made our stay unpleasant. I relied on reviews listed above, but cannot honestly be positive about our stay; even the outside of the farm has a look of unkemptness.

Pam Richards and Jon Huegli

20 Sep 2016 
Review Score: 10/10

Anne knows everything about the area! Her cooking is fab and all the food is raised on the farm. Room was enormous and so comfy. Plus that we got to visit with Paul's mother for a while because we arrived earlier than anticipated. Completely delightful.

Paul

28 Aug 2016 
Review Score: 10/10

Excellent food! Dinner recommend.

Jack & Julie Howard

03 Jul 2016 
Review Score: 10/10

Our biggest regret was not having more time to enjoy there... We arrived late and Anne was very accommodating. If ya leave there hungry it's your own fault not Anne's because she served the best breakfast (and biggest) of all the B&B's we visited. Some other guests that have stayed here several times for the great nearby fishing said Anne serves an excellent dinner as well if your there during the weekend. Although sorry to say we didn't have a chance to meet Paul, Anne was very helpful giving us some great advise on traveling the beautiful Ring of Beara as opposed to the crowded tour bus traveled Ring of Kerry.

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