If you’re looking for a place where the personal preferences and schedule of the innkeeper take priority over your holiday, this is the place for you. The property communicated that check-in was from 4 to 7, and that to check in later would cost an additional 60 euros. However, we were travelling from the south with plans to spend a little time in Killarney National Park, as well as a stop at the Cliffs of Moher. We just could not make the deadline without altering our plans. He left our key taped to the front door. When we went downstairs the next morning for breakfast, we were greeted by our disgruntled innkeeper. He confronted us, actually. In the hearing of some of the other guests. Rather than welcoming us to his B&B, he said, “Well, it’s the Late Arrivers,” as though that were our name. Then, “I sent you an email 7 days ago letting you know to arrive before 7 pm.” Then he paused, waiting for an explanation. We stood there in stunned silence for about 3 seconds not knowing what to even say. He then gave us body language that said he was waiting for an answer. I told him “We couldn’t make it” and then moved past him. We literally felt scolded by this man as though we were school-aged children that needed to be corrected. How this inhospitable man made his way into the hospitality industry is a mystery. We are both 60 now, so we’ve done quite a bit of travelling through the years. But this rude experience puts this place in the bottom 5 worst experiences of all time.