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Bearna Rua B&B

Rathcoole, Dublin, D24XF76

2km from Rathcoole

Meet your host…

Ms Elizabeth Keogh

Sean and I have welcomed guests into our family home for the last 15 years. I love home baking, walking and have a passion for Art .I get inspiration for my paintings from our local countryside. I start my day with a morning walk on our hills enjoying the fresh air and admiring the countryside. I take great pride in my home.. I love to please and help people and I get great satisfaction when guests enjoy their stay.


Welcoming guests for the past 15 years, host Elizabeth Keogh offers the best of Ireland’s renowned hospitality at Bearna Rua Lodge, Rathcoole, County Dublin. A bustling suburban village just 13km from Dublin city centre, guests can enjoy lively pubs, traditional Irish music locally and award-winning food at Avoca Cafe. The city centre is just a tram ride away, with a park and ride service available or guests can take the Hop On Hops Off bus tour of the city, which departs from Rathcoole. Visitors will be enamoured with Dublin’s cultural sights and vibrant atmosphere. 

How to get here

From Dublin Airport: Take M50 Southbound. Exit the M50 at junction 9 for N7 Southbound. Exit N7 at junction R120 Rathcoole. Take a left at the pub BaurnaFea House, in the middle of the village. Travel uphill 1.5km, turn left and the house is the first bed and breakfast on left-hand side.

Bus Routes: 69

LUAS tram service.

Sat Nav: Lat (53.26759 ) - Long (-6.48142)


  • Baby Sitting
  • Golfing within 5kms
  • Hair Dryer
  • Horse Riding
  • Internet Access
  • Ironing
  • No Smoking House
  • Private Car Park
  • Satellite
  • Tea In Bedrooms
  • TV in Bedroom
  • Walking
  • Wi-Fi

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Lori Dominguez

22 Jun 2017 
Review Score: 10/10

We contacted Elizabeth several months before our reservation to ask if we could drop out baggage at the B&B early on the day of our arrival. She graciously allowed us to leave our bags and gave us great directions to take the train to Dublin. After a long day of site seeing, we checked in and loved our room. Breakfast was our first Irish meal and it was excellent!

Erica Irizarry

21 Jun 2017 
Review Score: 8/10

Elizabeth Hospitality was awesome the place was just magnificent very friendly and accommodating she's also such a great artist has her paintings all over the house. she is so talented.

Andrea and Joe

13 Jun 2017 
Review Score: 9/10

My husband and I spent our last two nights of our honeymoon here. Both hosts were very accommodating and helpful! They gave us a great suggestion to catch the tram to get into Dublin so we didn't have to worry about driving in for our last day. The house was clean and our room was lovely. The views were breathtaking! I would definitely recommend this B&B.


10 Jun 2017 
Review Score: 10/10

Our stay was nice. The B&Bwas clean and our host was attentive. She made sure we had some breakfast available as we left very early to the airport.

Erin and Robb

09 Jun 2017 
Review Score: 10/10

Best coffee in Ireland (My husband said that Bearna Rua could put Tim Hortons out of business here in the states). Tasty breakfast. Facilities were spotless clean. Our room had a view of Dublin and Dublin bay in the distance. We picked this B and B because it was reasonably priced in a central location to tour the Dublin and Meath area. (Dublin city, Bru na Boinne, Hill of Tara, Trim Castle). We didn't even mind the traffic driving ourselves into Dublin on a Sunday (parked at the Museum of Modern Art for free). It is in a safer suburb town near Dublin and a bit off the beaten path, but there are signs one way from town center or iPhone gps is pretty accurate at getting you there. (Android does an okay job, but takes a longer route).


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