“Spent last weekend at Kikili House and was there for their ‘Visiting Chef’ night – what a total joy! The food that night was Indian cooked by ‘Irish Eric’ — more than a dozen d(el)ishes over four courses: absolutely divine”

Secret Sushi Nights

No longer a secret, Kikili House’s sensational sushi nights are a sell out. We host up to 14 guests for three courses. A miso soup prepares the palette for freshly prepared sushi and sashimi from fish caught that day. We have the skills of japanese chef, Hajume, to thank for this exquisite feast which is accompanied by salads from the garden and piping hot sake.

Luscious Larder

Though officially a bed & breakfast, we like to think we’ve thought of everything. If you’re arriving late from a long flight, just let us know and we’ll make sure supper’s ready for your arrival.

The Kikili larder is always well stocked – there’s always something delicious for the hungry traveller.  Tea and cakes are served daily.  And we make our own delicious ice-cream!

Visiting Chefs

Another treat from the Kikili kitchen is visiting chef night. We invite local culinary supremos to prepare something special and different for our guests and friends. The cooking might be different each time but the atmosphere is always cosy, warm and welcoming…

The Kikili Way of Life.

Kikili House scored 8.6 in Booking.com Guest Review Awards 2016