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Brewsterfield Lodge Cottage in Killarney, Kerry

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sleeps 4
2 rooms
2 bathrooms

Brewsterfield Lodge Cottage description

Holiday home
This semi-detached cottage occupies a tranquil location in delightful gardens, just four miles from Killarney. The accommodation is all on the ground floor, the dining kitchen is well equipped and on open plan with the comfortable and welcoming sitting room which has an open fire, and glorious views across the countryside. There are two bedrooms; a double which has the benefit of an en-suite shower room and a twin room. Both rooms are bright and airy and the whole property has a lovely homely feel, making it a real 'home from home'. There is an additional shower room and outside there is a lawned garden with children's play equipment, garden furniture and a barbecue. This property makes a super base for a family holiday.

The vibrant town of Killarney is situated in stunning countryside, with deep valleys and glorious lakes in the South west of Ireland. The town is a popular spot with holiday makers, and has a variety of traditional pubs, excellent restaurants, shops and a theatre. There are many attractions around the town including Ladies' View, a spot named after Queen Victoria's ladies-in-waiting and where there are spectacular views across the town and to the MacGillicuddy Reeks, the largest range of mountains in Ireland. There are many outdoor pursuits available in the area, from fishing to walking and of course the National Park is just waiting to be explored. Just half an hour away from Killarney are some beautiful unspoiled beaches, making it a marvellous base for a holiday.

County Kerry is a mystical and unspoilt part of Ireland, with spectacular natural beauty and a fascinating history. Facing the Atlantic Ocean, it features many sandy beaches, rocky inlets and stunning peninsulas.


  • Accepts Pets
  • Cooker
  • Cots
  • Dishwasher
  • Fridge
  • Garden
  • Ground floor
  • High chair
  • Kettle
  • Linen provided
  • Log fire
  • Parking
  • Parking space
  • Towels provided
  • TV
  • Washing machine
  • Wifi
  • On a farm

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Mr McDonald
July 2016
We had a wonderful time, peaceful, relaxing with great scenery. The owner was very helpful and kept the place wonderfully.
Mrs Chilton
August 2016
The cottage is charming with a wonderfully laid out garden and beautiful abundantly flowering hanging baskets and pots. The owner is caring, charming and helpful.
Mr Thomas
June 2014
Great location, peace and quiet, friendly owner and everything you need.
Mrs Wilson
June 2016
Brewsterfield Lodge Cottage is beautifully cared for and just a delight. It's location is very rural and we loved the donkeys in the next field and the views of the mountains through the front windows. The walk through the woodlands and along the river at the back of the property is a great idea and even has a summer house. The property is handy for Killarney, all the attractions of the Killarney estate, the Ring of Kerry and the Dingle Peninsula. Could not have been better. The owner is available if needed without being intrusive and is charming and solicitous.
Mr Eastwood
May 2014
The few days in Ireland were fantastic and the people we met were friendly and all seemed full of fun. Killarney is a great place to holiday, there is so much to see and do. We would not hesitate to return to the cottage.
Mr Cuff
July 2013
The beautiful views, location, walks and homeliness of this cottage made this an excellent base for our holiday in Killarney. The Kerry Ring was a short distance away, as was a lot of interesting places.
July 2013
It is in a good location, as the town is only 5 minutes away. The cottage was very nice, and would absolutely book it again. Would definitely recommend to friends.
Ms Lewis
May 2013
We really liked this place as it was very comfortable and warm and had everything we needed, even two donkeys in the field outside! Would definitely recommend this property to friends.
Mr Gittens
June 2013
The entire holiday was amazing. The beautiful walks, the donkeys and the extras for the kids.
Mrs Hopkins
June 2010
Ideal family accommodation. Excellent location. Spectacular views from lounge. Nice to have SKY TV.
Mr Simmons
September 2012
Great location, with fantastic scenery all around. Very helpful owner. Even down to sending his brother out to give me a jump start! Everyone was very friendly and helpful.
September 2015
We stayed for 4 nights with our dog. Charles was very helpful and at hand immediately on the two occasions we required him. Bathrooms are small but equipped with all that's needed. Open fire was very welcome on the 2 wet days we had although the house itself was very warm. Lovely views and walks without having to drive. Sheeba the German Shepherd was adorable.
April 2015
We booked Brewsterfield Lodge as a short break and we were not disappointed by it. We (2 adults and 2 children) stayed in the 2 bedroom cottage. We arrived late but there was a note that the key was in the door. On entering the cottage, the description on site was correct. Shortly afterward Charles the owner came to the house and gave us the tour of how things worked. The bed linen, electricity and heating were all included in the price. The bonus was the open fire that Charles provided logs and peat which everyone enjoyed at night. In the morning when we opened the curtains -the view of the mountains were breathtaking - through the field that had a mother donkey and its foal a short walk past the children's play house there was a hidden country walk along a stream and there was also a summer house. Charles had offered the children a ride on the cart with the donkeys but we did not take the offer up as the stay was so short and we had crammed alot in on 4 days. We visited Killarney National Park , Muckross house, Muckross Abbey, Torc waterfall and Inch Beach. The area was delightful. When going there were not that many reviews however in the cottage there was visitor book spanning from 2001 and I wish these comments were accessible on internet as everyone enjoyed there stay at Brewsterfield Lodge. Jaunting carts throughout park -for a cost you will be taken round park- Cost was between 30 -35 Euros The only draw back to holiday was the cost of living is high and in Killarney the prices reflect tourism prices.
July 2013
Really enjoyed this stay. Owner was friendly and very helpful. The lodge was very clean and comfortable with a nice dining room with patio windows which opened onto a small meadow beyond the fence with two donkeys in. Owner says he gives donkey rides to the children of families who stay. Very quiet location about 4 miles from Killarney which suited us as we wanted peace and quiet. 2 large bedrooms and 1 single well furnished. The living room was very comfortable though a little cluttered with memorabilia but this did not get in our way as it was on cupboards and to the sides of the room. Could have done with a signpost outside with name of property as we went to the top of the lane to find it but were then guided back to the beginning of the lane. These are only small points as if we ever go back to that area we would certainly be very happy to stay there again. Lovely, charming place.
August 2014
W hat a holiday cottage talk about home from home, no one would want better. Just far enough from Killarney town to be comfortable. All you need to make the holiday that much better, books games TV and a kitchen to die for. We had a great time County Clare has so much to offer and don't forget the black stuff?. a party of 4 people no problem.
jeremy p
September 2014
Very disappointed with our stay . Met by the pleasant owner who was in spattered clothing. Passed unkempt hedge to enter the property which was a poor conversion of the whole house. Windowless kitchen was claustrophobic. Carpet leading to first bedroom was worn around the step. The living room was full of clutter including a mop and bucket. Shower rooms cramped, the first having a towel rail too close to the toilet and a pillar restricting access to the sink. The shower was basic with weak water supply and plastic curtain. The mats needed renewing. The back garden was untidy and the bins were sited close to next door's window. Friends from Clonakilty were going to stay but on seeing the place decided against. We left two nights early to go and stay with them. The owner was helpful. He loaned my wife alcohol to get rid of a tick.We should have raised these problems with him but he was a nice guy and was probably doing his best. Refurbishment would help but only somewhat. Despite our critical comments on Sykes' survey they only responded on prompting. Had a good property with them before so we were surprised this property was on their books.
May 2012
We had a wonderful time at Brewsterfield Cottage. The setting and surrounding sights would be difficult to match. The friendly, helpful owner even gave the children a donkey cart ride. It is conveniently located in a peaceful, secluded spot just a few miles from Killarney. The only downside was that my six-year-old son cried when it was time to say goodbye to the donkeys!
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