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South-west Kerry is probably one of Ireland's most traveled and most popular routes.Tourists flock to the area by car, bus or bike to see both the Dingle peninsula and the ring of Kerry.

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South-west Kerry is probably one of Ireland's most traveled and most popular routes.Tourists flock to the area by car, bus or bike to see both the Dingle peninsula and the ring of Kerry. In fact, the question in many hostelries is ''did you do the Ring?' On the journey, a stop off in Caherciveen leads to Quinlan & Cooke Boutique Townhouse, owned by Andrew and Kate Cooke. The pair are well established in business in the village as the owners of QC's Seafood Restaurant and Bar. They bring their sense of style and experience in hospitality to Quinlan & Cooke Boutique Townhouse. A complete renovation of one of the villages old residences has led to a superlatively designed accommodation where guests have comfort of stay and privacy. This isn't like a hotel stay. You get the key to your room and to the main front door  - and you can come and go as you please. Treat it like your home away from home. Quinlan & Cooke Townhouse is part of a new wave of accommodation level that blends freedom with the high end quality you'd like to experience. A great balance, we think. Beautifully appointed and exquisitely designed bedrooms include ultra modern  furnishings and contemporary materials, lots of natural light, rainshowers and roll top baths, flat screen tv and free wi-fi. Kate and Andrew describe their house as 'five star luxury' - and we'd agree with that. The house has a comfy resident's lounge with large corner wood burning stove, and private outside courtyard.with touches of Mediterranean colour from a myriad of painted tiles on the floor. Mini fridge with yogurts, fruit juices and fruit, cereals, fresh baking, proper coffee making machines and tea selections in rooms means breakfast is taken by you at your leisure in the privacy of your bedroom. Rest and relaxation is key - that much deserved lie in with breakfast in bed is a probability!  Quinlan & Cooke Boutique Townhouse is a handy spot for a stopover if you really want to make the most of the area. Don't miss dinner in QC's Seafood Restaurant and Pub nearby, where fish and shellfish fresh from Kate's family's boats is the house speciality. They also offer outdoor pursuit packages for golfers and shooting parties with accommodation at the townhouse included. Andrew is a professional skipper and charters his own boat for sailing in the bay. Details available on request. 

Read more about QC's Seafood Townhouse, here is their Bar and Restaurant Review 

Opening Hours: seasonal 12.00 - close 6 days per week 5.30 - close sundays

Serving Times: 12.00 - 9.30 6 days per week 5.30 - 9.30 sundays SEASONAL CLOSURES: low season restaurant closed monday to wednesday townhouse open all year round

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