Wouldn't hesitate to recommend a stay to anyone wondering if they should!
Everything was very good - in particular the friendless of both the young girls at breakfast.
Since we had an early morning flight from Shannon airport, we chose CarryGerry house to spend our last night in Ireland. It is a lovely place and we were welcomed warmly on our arrival. We had to run a few errands in the non-town of Shannontown and did a dry run to the airport to make sure we could find our way in the dark the next am. We were glad we did that! CarryGerry house is also known for its restaurant. Everything looked delicious and hte setting inthe "sunroom" is really lovely. My partner enjoyed his meal very much..I unfortunately was starting to feel feverish ..so after eating half my soup I had to leave.I would love to go again so that I could properly enjoy the gourmet food! The owner was so sweet and told me to call her if i needed anything ..even in th e middle of the night. I didn't have to do that but it was comforting to know there was someone to call. I hvae only one suggestion and that is to make the directions clearer. The last part says simply" Turn right. Turn left". It is clear once you have found ht eplace but we wandered a bit before finally getting there. It is a lovely place and setting and i highly reccomend it.
The room was spacious, the beds most comfortable and the bathroom was spotless! We most appreciate the large, soft bathsheets after our showers - plenty of water pressure, and, hot water! Dinner was superb - the pate was the best I've ever eaten. We will definitely stay at Carrygerry House when we next visit Ireland, and will recommend highly to friends and acquaintances.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Carrygerry House. Everything from the accommodations to the attentiveness of the staff exceeded our expectations. An added bonus was the delicious dinner we had onsite in a beautiful setting. I would highly recommend anyone visiting Ireland to stay here to experience the beauty of the countryside and hospitality that is the Irish tradition.