The accommodation at Iskeroon comprises two suites, for stays of three days or more,
and a studio apartment for stays of a week or more.
Each Suite contains a king-sized bed (160 cm), en-suite bathroom with a bath tub, shower & underfloor heating and a balcony. You will also find fresh flowers, free wireless broadband internet access, interesting books, Scrabble and backgammon, digital television, a DVD library, and an i-Pod docking station.
Each suite also has a well-equipped kitchen and on arrival, you will find a choice of teas, and Nespresso coffee. The kitchen enables you to have breakfast whenever you want, and gives you the option of having lunch or dinner in the suite, or on the balcony in good weather, instead of having to eat out every day.
Guest Suites Rates 2013
Please disregard any prices you may see in guide books – this site gives you the actual price. The price shown is fully inclusive,
and is per night, not per person!
€100 per night, minimum charge €300. Most guests stay for at least three nights – you are welcome to stay for two nights if you wish, but the minimum charge will apply.
4 nights or more: €95 per night
- Minimum stay three nights
- Laser, Maestro, VISA and MasterCard welcome
- There is no charge for using Laser or Maestro cards, but we do charge 2.5% for VISA and MasterCard
- Advance booking is essential
- Rates from €100 per suite per night, fully inclusive
- Each suite accommodates two people only – we do not have any family rooms
- Dogs are not allowed
PLEASE NOTE, ISKEROON WILL BE CLOSED 18th JUNE to 27th JULY 2013
“There’s a minimum three-night stay. This isn’t a quick stop on the way to somewhere – it’s an end destination. If you do succeed in getting a booking, you’ll want to stay longer. Geraldine Burkitt and David Hare’s wonderfully situated and beautifully renovated home is lauded by everyone from Condé Nast to the Washington Post. There are never more than six guests at a time, so get booking!”
By The Water’s Edge – Ireland’s Best Coastal Retreats
“Iskeroon has an arrestingly beautiful setting overlooking Derrynane Harbour. It’s got the best of both worlds: tranquil and yet just a short walk to the beach or a lovely pub, or the pier for cruises to the Skelligs. With only three rooms, this place gets sold out long in advance, so book early.”
The Washington Post