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Carriglen

Ashford, Wicklow


0.5km from Ashford Village


Meet your host…

Mrs Aine Shannon

A warm welcome awaits you at Carriglen Bed and Breakfast. You will be assured of comfortable surroundings in a relaxed and homely environment.

Ballinahinch
Ashford

Carriglen Bed and Breakfast is a tranquil country home nestled in the small picturesque village of Ashford, County Wicklow. There are three large en-suite bedrooms on offer that are bright, comfortable and tastefully decorated to a high standard. Guests can relax in the living room by the television, the reading room or the sun room where breakfast is served. An evening meal is available on request. The friendly and attentive host, Aine, will ensure all guests have an enjoyable stay.

How to get here

Carriglen is in Ashford County Wicklow. Ashford is just off the the M11 which is only 50 minutes from Dublin Airport and 40 minutes from Dublin City Center. This is all clearly signposted going in each direction.

Sat Nav: Lat (53.016880) - Long (-6.120985)

Facilities

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

Customer Reviews

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(35)
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Average
(2)
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Superb
(9)
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Below Average
(1)
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Fabulous
(6)
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Very Good
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Good
(3)
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Overall Score

9.1/10
Superb

 

Nellie Endeman

22 Oct 2018 
Review Score: 7/10

Aine was a good host and did a great job with supper recommendations. Breakfast was delicious. Lovely big bathroom with our accommodations. We enjoyed the lounge area too.

Ed and Sandy

06 Oct 2018 
Review Score: 8/10

Very nice B&B, with the best ever bedding and sheets! We missed meeting the owner because she was off meeting her new grandson baby, however, we had her daughter, and that was great. The room was lovely, however, small...Suggestion: remove the queen size bed and put a full size bed in the room, as my husband could not walk by the side of the bed (and he is not a fat man). The room has it’s bathroom sink in the bedroom, with the shower and toilet in the bathroom part. The sink is too shallow to use, and the “quick on/off faucet” made it difficult to use, and it drained poorly. Beautiful grounds and home. Good parking.

Joan and Doug Woods

03 Oct 2018 
Review Score: 9/10

Beautiful house. Nicely kept, very comfortable. Although in a residential neighbourhood, it felt secluded and private. Construction on the road made it challenging to get into the town centre, but that will change when the construction is finished. Aine is very welcoming; loves to talk with her guests.

Clyde Rolston

03 Oct 2018 
Review Score: 9/10

We spent two separate nights here during our visit to Ireland. Both rooms were clean and comfortable, though the bed in the upstairs room was so close to the wall it was difficult to get out in and out. Both rooms were clean and comfortable and breakfast was delicious. Because of the nearby construction we had a hard time finding the house. We called and Aine drove to where we were so we could follow her. Definitely went the extra mile - literally! We would stay here again.

Debi Hornbaker

19 Sep 2018 
Review Score: 10/10

Absolutely loved this B&B! Aine was friendly and accommodating. We were able to get an early check in so we could nap after our flight. Loved breakfast and afternoon tea. The town is lovely as well. Very happy to have had the opportunity to visit.

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