Renvyle House features in Black's Guide to Ireland in 1912 and it gives a lovely description of what the house was like back then. The review commences with " Mrs. Blake's Hotel, Renvyle House (£3 per week), is most homely and comfortable, beside being unique; for its walls, wthin, retain their antique elm and oak wainscotting, and it lies as snuggly embowered as some old English 'grange'".
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Black's Guide to Ireland
Twenty Fifth Edition
Publisher, Adam and Charles Black, London, 1912