Claiming the best views in Ireland, the Wild Atlantic Way Inn at Caherdaniel is a family run Bed and Beakfast Inn renowned for its Irish welcome. From all bedrooms there are majestic views of Derrynane, Kenmare Bay and Bantry Bay. The Inn is halfway round the Ring of Kerry midway between Waterville and Sneem.
Dine in the seafood restaurant and sample the outstanding cuisine as recommended by Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber or relax in the Visa bar and enjoy the scenery and ambience.
6 Bedrooms all with own facilities and shower
All rooms with tea and coffee making facilities
Direct dial telephones
Diving and diving coaching arranged
Sailing and other watersports locally
Very peaceful location
Sea fishing and freshwater fishing
The Kerry Way for walking is close by
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Booking Terms & Conditions
Cancellation before arrival date - Confirmed Bookings
* More than 21 days before arrival - No obligation or Full Refund
* 4 to 21 days before arrival - 10% Cancellation Fee
* 2 to 4 days before arrival - 20% Cancellation Fee
* Less than 2 Days before arrival - Cancellation Fee = Room Cost of First Nights Stay
Cancellation before arrival date - Prepaid Special Offers
* As Above
Cancellation - Prepaid Last Minute Deals
* No Refunds on Last Minute Deals
From time to time we have Special Offers available - Click Here >> Red Dot Deals to check for last minute deals.
This inn is fabulous--for the incredible view, yes, but also the people who work here are so kind and generous. Sheila, a chef here who makes a wonderful carrot cake, saw we were late for a tour the operator had changed the time and she personally drove us down to the dock. When my friend was bitten by a dog along the Kerry Way watch out for the border collie that guards the big farm with cows, sheep, and chickens just before you reach Carherdaniel! one of the waitresses arranged for us to ride to Cork in a tour bus. They were just so helpful. Ireland is famous for its hospitality but these folks are above and beyond.SSSSS
United States (June, 2016)
The room was very nice and had a magnificent view. We stayed there in September and the restaurant closed at 4pm. We were lucky to be there before since there is no reception and nobody to give you the key if you arrive later. Unfortunately, nobody informed us in advance. Thus, there were two guests arriving later who had trouble to check in. There was also no emergency number or contact details in case you need assistance after closure of the restaurant. SSSSS
Paola Boldrini -
Italy (September, 2015)
Positives - great views and nice food.
Negatives - sullen staff, old fashioned decor with a horrible smell in corridor outside bedrooms. No kettle or tea in room. Room dirty. Hairs in bed and bathroom. Stains on bedding. Desperately needs refurbishing. Such a shame as people would travel far for the spectacular views. Needs Alex polizzi to give the owners some advice. SSSSS
Christina Möller -
Germany (May, 2015)
My experience with B&B is fairly limited, but this one easily fit all our expectations. Even after showing up an hour later due to road conditions, the lady who checked us in was still very gracious. The rooms were in good condition with small, but clean bathrooms. The view the following morning was amazing with a filling and tasty breakfast to match. If you do stay here, make sure you get directions ahead of time or do what we did and ask a local. Also make sure to take some time to go hiking. The area is lovely!SSSSS
Annemarie Kamper -
United States (October, 2014)
The room was very nice and clean. The view from the room was fantastic. However, I would have expected more from the breakfast, for it was not prepared with a lot of care, and the variety of available food was rather limited. The staff was friendly but seemed a little distressed. SSSSS
Annemarie Kamper -
Austria (August, 2014)
Our stay at the Scariff Inn B&B was short but sweet. The reception staff was kind enough to wait for us on our long trip from Cliffs of Moher down to the inn. We didn't think it would take as long as it did, and we got there after dark, but they thankfully waited for us.
Otherwise, it was a great stay and met all of our needs.SSSSS
Michael O'brecht -
Canada (August, 2014)
We had a brilliant stay at your lovely B&B, the staff couldn't have done more to make us welcome, would highly recommend you to anyone. The views are beautiful, thank you. We will be back at some time in the future xSSSSS
Angela Allen -
United Kingdom (August, 2014)
The view from the Inn is really super!!! . We can suggest to stop for lunch or at tea time, but not for the night. Rooms are very narrow and remember you have to go to sleep not later than 10:00 p.m. because at that time all other rooms at the Inn are closed down!!! And the price is not so cheap....SSSSS
There are many quiet coves and sandy beaches in the area. A diving school is situated at Derrynane Harbour together with a sailing school. For the energetic good mountain climbing is available and the Kerry Walking Way is close by.
Skellig Experience Valentia Island - Accessible from the bridge at the town of Portmagee, the island features a slate quarry with a huge natural grotto, tropical vegetation and magnificent seascapes to view.
Derrynane House - in Caherciveen, home to the late Daniel O Connell "The Liberator" .The house is restored to its former glory with the addition of a museum and period furnishings.
O' Connell Memorial Church - Built in memory of the late Daniel O'Connell "The Liberator". The church can be found in the town of Caherciveen. The materials used were black limestone found locally and Newry granite.