We came across Molly Gallivan's on one of our jaunt's, exploring the mountain passes and I must say it's a real 'Gem'. Although much of the original cottage has been given over to a tearoom and shop, the feel of the place more than makes up for it. Half of the property has been left as it was in the... 更多
Our tour group spent a late afternoon and evening at Molly's. We toured the farm, heard the history of Molly and her family. We were entertained with lively stories and jokes by the man of the house. I loved the Irish arts and craft shop. We ended the evening with a home cooked Irish meal with live entertainment. I wish... 更多
Every Wednesday at Molly Gallivan's there is a re-enactment of the homecoming from America back to Ireland of Molly's son who went to New York for several years due to the potato famine in Ireland. The celebration starts out with a delicious home-cooked meal of soup, Irish stew and dessert. Then a raucous good time of story-telling, music and dancing... 更多
A definite must for a stop and cup of tea - some great shopping too! Beautiful overlook, easy parking. A nice surprise as we didn't know it was there!
Very quaint old Irish cottage. We had a lovely light lunch here on our way to the Stone Circles and Beara Penninsula. Beautiful pottery and wool items. Nice people.
Stephen was an amazing and very knowledgeable host (and very funny too). Traditional meal of Irish Stew was very tasty and Frances and Patricia were wonderful! Great experience overall.