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. It had various owners from then until 1997 when fired by the beauty, character and history of this lovely house, Andrew & Laura Corcoran undertook the mammoth task of refurbishing and bringing it back to its former glory. Situated in the heart of Kinsale, overlooking the harbour, Perryville House welcomes guests from April to October each year.
Sink into one of the sumptuous sofas in our intimate, club-style Drawing Room; indulge in afternoon tea or artisan coffee with home-baked treats in our light-filled Garden Room; savour your favourite Irish tipple or aperitif . . . whatever mood you’re in, we have a room to make you feel right at home.
Although Perryville House is mere steps from the harbour, marina, bars and restaurants of Kinsale – we love that we can share our private Courtyard Garden exclusively with our guests. It’s a calm, green oasis to where you can retreat; take in the sun and sea air and enjoy the sights and sounds of Kinsale life around you.
Nestled deep within what is recognized as the most delightful, natural harbor in the south of Ireland, Kinsale can be your jumping-off point for the phenomenal ‘Wild Atlantic Way’. Just 20mins drive from Cork International Airport; 30mins from Cork city centre and easily accessible by car, bus, and private hire. There is complimentary parking available to Perryville House guests but this is limited, so please ensure to request on booking. Perryville House is located on the right hand side as you come into Kinsale town from Cork city direction; our designated parking is clearly identified on the left opposite the House, we will be happy to bring in your luggage and give you whatever assistance you might need.