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.