Accommodation & Prices

Delphi Cottages Prices

Per Cottage*
Weekly rate Boathouse Cottages €800 to €1,040
3 nights Boathouse Cottages €460 to €550
Weekly rate Wrens Cottage €1,100 to €1,440
3 nights Wrens Cottage €550 to €750

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Delphi weeks run Saturday to Saturday. Full weeks lets only in July, August, Christmas & New Year.
*Please note that oil, electricity & firewood are charged as extras according to usage.
The prices shown vary depending on cottage type, length of stay and availability. All prices are in Euro (€)

Accommodation Bookings – Payment & Cancellation Conditions to Cottage Bookings:

  • Bookings must be secured with a 50% deposit by credit/debit card (Visa, Mastercard, Laser), within 5 days of receipt of offer. Final payment is due 40 days in advance of arrival.
  • We are a small business and cancellations affect us significantly. We depend on advance reservations to operate. When we hold a reservation and then have it cancelled, we have had to refuse others for the same time slot.
  • If a guest cancels prior to 40 days before arrival the deposit is forfeit, unless we are able to re-let your slot. If a guest cancels after full payment has been received, we will again try our very best to fill the opening and then issue a full refund. Otherwise all monies received are non refundable.
We STRONGLY recommend purchasing travel insurance. This can be purchased through your local insurance broker or travel agent.

18/07/2016

Grilse Still Slow

Our Grilse fishing has not really taken off yet, but hopefully like last year we will see a big improvement in the last two weeks of July and the first week in August. Despite some lovely water since […]

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10/07/2016

Grilse Starting Slowly

Well our Mediterranean style weather has well and truly left us for the moment and we have returned to our more normal Atlantic weather patterns. Bearing this in mind we have had excellent fishing conditions for the most […]

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01/07/2016

Angling Report June 2016

June 2016 has certainly been an unusual month here at Delphi. Whilst much of mainland Europe was under water, during the first half of the month Delphi was more akin to its Greek counterpart, basking in glorious sunshine […]

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