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Molly Gallivan’s cottage and traditional farm invites you to take a step back in time to experience the simple country lifestyle in rural Ireland before the days of electricity and modern conveniences. Molly’s enchanting cottage is over 200 years...more
All reviews gift shop fish stew irish meal local crafts scones soup irish goods apple crumble trafalgar tour stone row rural ireland tour group worth a stop the owner short film audience participation story telling
This is just a beautiful place to visit. If able the walk up the hill there is a lot of history and once at the top the view is absolutely gorgeous but even the view from the Druid statue in parking lot is wonderful. Stephen...More
We found Molly’s one drive south of Kenmare and the farm and the view has become one of the most memorable things we have seen yet. The view is amazing and the history we learned there was truly great. Stephen O’Sullivan the owner was extremely...More
Stopped with a large tour group. Stephen the owner, is very friendly, and enjoyable. This is truly a family run and operated business. Each person we met was a member of the family! The farm is small, but it will get you out of the...More
My husband remembered visiting Molly Gallivan's back in 2012 (and bought some beautiful gifts), so we made sure to include Molly's on our itinerary on our 2018 trip to Ireland. I was glad we did because there is such a great and varied selection of...More
Thank you to Stevie, Francis & staff for being so friendly, kind & hospitable to everyone. Every thing was effortless by them. We had beautiful fresh, fluffy scones & tea before being given a great tour of Irish history as we past through the farm...More
Wonderful mix of history, legend, education, retail and entertainment. Setting is beautiful; history and A/V very helpful; staff knowledgeable and helpful. Beautiful grounds with option to walk a lot or a little. Highly encourage a visit.
We visited 2 weeks ago on our trip. The setting is unbelievable, everything you envision Ireland used to be. The cottage is quaint. There is plenty of seating for a bus load for an authentic dinner of Irish Stew. The food and stories were wonderful!...More
we visited there several weeks ago and it was a wonderful experience. Stephen gave us a great talk. They have lovely gifts and souvenirs to buy too. When you are in Kenmare Ireland visit Molly Gallivans
We stayed there and walked around. In general it is free to walk along the lanes in the garden. Nearby down The Valley is also Stone fort and stone ring etc. This is a couple of Euro. For us 10 Euro for the whole family.