Quinlan & Cooke

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Named by their namesakes, Kate Quinlan & Andrew Cooke, Quinlan & Cooke is a Boutique townhouse that wouldn’t be out of place in any trendy city anywhere in the world. However, it’s not in a trendy city, it’s in the wonderful County of Kerry. Andrew & Kate have taken all of the pretentiousness out of the word boutique and in return they’ve given you a hip, stylish and luxurious place to stay. Along with their fantastic little restaurant downstairs, once checked in, there is no need to go anywhere else, you’ve got it all under one roof. Having spent some time with Kate, I can see she is passionate about the service she provides and with being in the hospitality game for so long, it’s amazing to see that fire burning so brightly still. Based in Cahersiveen, there are so many attractions to explore locally, you certainly won’t be bored.

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Contact Us

3 Main Street ,
Co. Kerry , V23 WA46

+353 (66) 947 2244





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Quinlan & Cooke Boutique Hotel & QC’s Seafood Restaurant, Main Street, Cahersiveen, County Kerry, Ireland

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