The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the world of travel and hospitality in ways that we could not have previously ever imagined. After careful consideration for the health and safety of our highly valued staff and guests we confirm that Perryville House will bide our time and reopen on March 31st 2021.
Perryville House is an elegant and distinctive period townhouse overlooking Kinsale Harbour, County Cork in the south of Ireland. Originally built in 1820 and lovingly restored by us, Perryville House is now a warm, gracious and light-filled boutique guesthouse.
Breakfast is an event, an occasion – the best ones can frame your day with goodwill, optimism and deep satisfaction. It’s in realising you’ve been nourished and cosseted with the best ingredients; handled with care, respect and great skill and served with joyful intention. It’s why we call our breakfast ‘Exceptional’.
A masterpiece of Georgian architecture with later Victorian embellishment, Perryville House was built in 1820 by Captain Adam Warren Perry for his family whose ancestors continued to reside here until the late 1950s.
If you are starting your tour of the Wild Atlantic Way in the South of Ireland, you will begin outside our door. Kinsale is the designated starting point of what is the longest defined coastal touring route in the world.