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Seafield Farmhouse B&B is a wonderful, peaceful place to stay with a fantastic view! The rooms are comfortable and the breakfast is wonderful. I love it so much, I keep returning every chance I get. It is located on Courtmacherry Bay, so it is a...More
We had a lovely stay at Seafield Farmhouse. You can't help but relax at this place as it is quite far from the towns. The host (Eileen) is really lovely and welcoming and made us tea as soon as we had checked in. The rooms...More
We recently stayed at the Seafield Farmhouse B&B. Eileen (the host) could not be more helpful and was never slow to offer us a pot of tea/coffee and some of her wonderful homemade scones. There were a few plumbing issues when we were there but...More
If you want to get away from it all...this is the place to go! Very secluded, but peaceful and beautiful. We had a great time there! We arrived late...so there was a welcoming note on the door to come on in. Eileen arrived back within...More
Sea field is across the street from an estuary. Sunsets are ocean view. The birds were amazing. There is a dairy farm next door and you can watch the cows—it’s a very quiet and tranquil place. Great for relaxing after a long day. The proprietor...More
I would agree with mtd330, get Eileen to give you advice on what to see/do, we had a stroll around the B&B and then went to a local game of hurling in Kilrittain, Eileen recommended the local pub for dinner and we had a nice... More
I would agree with mtd330, get Eileen to give you advice on what to see/do, we had a stroll around the B&B and then went to a local game of hurling in Kilrittain, Eileen recommended the local pub for dinner and we had a nice meal there before heading to the game. We only stayed 1 night. From there we had a short stop in Clonakilty and sorry that we did not stay overnight as it looked like quite a vibrant town, lots of little restaurants and pubs. We stayed 2 nights in Caherdaniel, this is a great place from which to visit the Skellig islands, we love wildlife and if nature and wildlife interests you I would highly recommend a boat trip to the UNESCO site. You must book in advance, if you want to actually walk on the island, as they are limiting numbers due to preservation issues. Have a great trip, experiencing Ireland is a must .....
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"The front rooms have views of the bay. The back rooms have views of the gardens."