Lovely lodge with upgraded rooms with luxurious amenities. Jon puts on a great breakfast buffet with made to order hot items. Hot tub and sauna are an added bonus. Been on the road for 170 nights so far on our trip and this lodge is in the top four of our hotel rooms!
Wendy from Maine
Situated in Blarney, this guesthouse is close to Blarney Stone, Blarney Castle, and Blarney Woolen Mills. Local attractions …More
What a great stay with my 2 adult children for 2 nights. The room was great and the owners, amazing. You get to choose your breakfast and time, very helpful and huge common area. Thank you Dave and Margaret! This B and B is quiet and close to the small town of Blarney where the castle is.
C from nevada
Situated on the riverwalk, this bed & breakfast is close to Blarney Woolen Mills, Blarney Castle, and Blarney Stone. Area …More
We were able to find knockawn wood b&b with no problems by typing in the street name into our gps, once on the street signs clearly guided us to the correct address. When we arrived we were greated by the extremely friendly owner and were served tea/coffee and a pastry. We enjoyed our evening sitting in the sunroom looking out at the amazing view. The room was excellent and the bed very comfy. Breakfast was served in the morning and it was cooked perfectly! This really was like a home away from home.
Situated in Inniscarra, this bed & breakfast is close to Lee Valley Golf & Country Club, Ballincollig Gunpowder Mills, and …More
Enjoyed our stay in this hotel. The staff were helpful and friendly. Lovely big room with double glazing that kept out virtually all noise. Daily room service was excellent. spa and swimming pool facilities good and breakfast delicious.
Tracy from London
Situated in Ballincollig, this spa hotel is close to Ballincollig Shopping Centre, Ballincollig Gunpowder Mills, and …More
Situated in southern Ireland, just 8 km from Cork, Blarney boasts the beautiful medieval Blarney Castle and the world-famous Blarney Stone. Legend has it that anyone who kisses the stone receives the “gift of gab.”