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The Old Bank

Bruff, Limerick, V35H744


Bruff


Meet your host…

Miriam Sadler Barry

Miriam, her husband Pat and family restored this historic banking town house as a 4 star B&B. Previously a retail manager she decided that home was where the heart was and welcomed her first guests on the 17th June 2008. A full Irish Breakfast is provided each morning made fresh from local produce from her husbands Pats Butcher shop.Continuously earning a great reputation for the quality of both accommodation and service, Guests enjoy refreshments in the library on arrival by the open fire.

Main Street
Bruff
V35H744

Situated in the beautiful quaint village of Bruff, County Limerick, The Old Bank bed and breakfast is owned and managed by Miriam and family who have earned a great reputation for the quality of both accommodation and service. This restored historic banking townhouse offers accommodation in luxurious en-suite jacuzzi bedrooms each possessing its own individual style that blends period decoration with all of today’s modern services and luxuries. A grand lounge area with an open fire is available for guests use along with a large meeting room and a charming dining room where a delicious breakfast is served each morning.

How to get here

Check-in time is between 6 and 9 pm without prior e-mail request. From Limerick to Bruff - Take the R512 which takes approximately 15-20 minutes. From Cork to Bruff - Take N20 to Croom. Then take the R516 to Bruff. Approx 60 minutes drive. From Tipperary to Bruff - Take R515 to Emly. Outside Emly take the 2nd left turn right onto the R516. This will take you to Bruff via Hospital village in 25-30 minutes. SatNav settings are as follows: Latitude 52 .476275, N Longitude 8.548012W , unless by prior e-mail request

Sat Nav: Lat (52.476275) - Long (-8.548012)

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  • Walkers

Facilities

  • Cot Available
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Cycling
  • Hair Dryer
  • Internet Access
  • Ironing
  • No Smoking House
  • Private Car Park
  • Tea In Bedrooms
  • TV in Bedroom
  • Walking
  • Wi-Fi

Customer Reviews

 

Luvenia Hudson

19 Mar 2017 
Review Score: 10/10

Very charming and comfortable help make my trip. Enjoyed every moment. Helpful in sights to see and I would recommend to anyone to stay. Not a large town but rich in friendly helpful people. MirrIam was a delight to talk with. Oh and the bath very relaxing, what a treat at the end of the day.

von Gegerfelt

17 Dec 2016 
Review Score: 10/10

We had a fantastic stay at the Old Bank in August when we were in Ireland to celebrate my husband turning 30! You are a fantastic woman and it is amazing to see that you manage to run this and at the same time have kids to take care of! Thank you for the lovely welcoming and for the advice on what pubs to visit! We will definitely come back here again! The rooms were big and beautifully decorated with super-comfortable beds and the breakfast was lovely! I wish we had stayed longer!

Jessica Reinbold

18 Nov 2016 
Review Score: 10/10

I loved my stay at the Old Bank B&B. Miriam was a lovely hostess who gave me very helpful tips for the rest of my trip through Ireland. I'd definitely recommend this place.

Keith & Rose

17 Oct 2016 
Review Score: 10/10

One of the coolest B&B's we stayed at during our fabulous trip to Ireland! MIriam greeted us with such joy and made me feel like family! She gave me a tour, history of home and even showed me pictures of the before and after renovations. We had a nice, quiet room for the evening. And Miriam even told us how to push our way into a real pub!! Very cool!! Breakfast was by far the best on our trip!! Her husbands meats, puddings, were the BEST!!! LOved your home and hope you get your BIG shandalere one day soon!!! God Bless you and your family!!! Hugs from Florida!!!

Wayne Studdert

26 Jun 2016 
Review Score: 10/10

The rooms, and bathroom, are spacious and well appointed. Off-street parking is a great piece of mind as the streets are typically narrow. Miriam is a great hostess with a very good sense of humour. Her breakfasts are generous and very appealing. Restaurants are limited in Bruff but the Bakery is good value, and the Four Winds & Second Wind in Charleville is worth the drive. Attractions of Logh Gur and Adare are easy driving.

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