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Fitzgerald's Farmhouse & Equestrian Centre

Abbeyfeale, Limerick, V94 YY47

Review Score: Very Good 7.8/10

2km from Abbeyfeale

Meet your host…

Kathleen & Tim Fitzgerald

We have been welcoming guests into our B&B for many years. We enjoy meeting guests from all around the world and have made many friends over the years. Guests can be assured of a warm friendly welcome at Fitzgerald's Farmhouse bed and breakfast.

Abbeyfeale Hill
V94 YY47

A Fáilte Ireland Covid-19 Safety Chartered B&B.
Fitzgerald’s Farmhouse and Equestrian Centre is located overlooking the beautiful Feale Valley in the small and vibrant town of Abbeyfeale, County Limerick. The bedrooms are bright and comfortable ensuring a restful night. After a day of sightseeing guests can relax in front of an open fire in the lounge or perhaps watch the sun set over Abbeyfeale town from the sun porch. In the morning guests can enjoy a hearty Irish or Continental breakfast served in the traditional dining room.

How to get here

Motorway M20 from Limerick, follow N21 in Abbeyfeale, turn at statue in square at Cellar Bar, 1 mile up on Hill Road. 40 miles from Limerick, 25 miles from Tralee, 1hrs drive to Killarney.

Sat Nav: Lat (52.372357) - Long (-9.30251)

  • Failte Ireland Safety Charter


  • Baby Sitting
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Hair Dryer
  • Horse Riding
  • Internet Access
  • Ironing
  • Light Meals Available
  • No Smoking House
  • Private Car Park
  • Tea In Bedrooms
  • TV in Bedroom
  • Walking
  • Wi-Fi

Customer Reviews

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Overall Score

Very Good



08 Jul 2019 
Review Score: 9/10

The room was a bit smal for four persons. But it was clean. Katlyn was very frendly and helpful. The breakfast was very good.


22 May 2019 
Review Score: 10/10

Loved our stay here! The hosts were wonderful and very helpful with directions and suggestions on must do's!!!


07 May 2019 
Review Score: 1/10

We were very disappointed. When we arrived, approx 4:30 pm, no one answered the door after repeated ringing and knocking. We arrived during the storm Hannah that hit Ireland. We sat in the car for a few minutes during very high winds and cold. We circled the house looking for other doors. We found one open after knocking again numerous times, we opened and yelled inside, but no one answered. We stepped inside and called out loudly numerous times. Finally, someone came out of a room where the family was having dinner. Looked annoyed and showed us to our room. She gave us a candle and said the power might go out due to the storm, then she returned to her dinner. Knowing that we, her guests could not obviously leave in the middle of the storm to find dinner for ourselves, did not even offer to give/sell us anything for dinner. We had a few peanuts that we had, and a cup of tea for dinner. They said they had wifi... however it did not reach our rooms, so we had to go out to a very cold enclosed porch in order to get wifi and let our families back home know that we were safe and out of the storm. They never checked on us all evening, and they turned off the heat in the night. Since they did not check on us during the evening, they obviously did not know what time we needed to leave, which was early 7 am. Therefore, we fed ourselves cereal we found in the dining room. It was not until we were walking out the door that someone came out. I have been to Ireland before and love the people and found them always warm and welcoming, however, these people were anything but welcoming. Thank goodness we only booked 1 night there. Would never return there or recommend them to anyone.

Destany Davis

17 Oct 2018 
Review Score: 8/10

We enjoyed our stay. The breakfast was one of the very best of our entire trip! Super friendly family. The room was comfortable but a little cold. The morning walk was beautiful. We enjoyed all the wild blackberries that lined the road.

Jesse P

04 Oct 2018 
Review Score: 8/10

We only stayed one night here and were very excited to ride but the horses were out to pasture by our check in, 6pm, which we understood. The house is beautiful and our room was spacious and comfortable. Unfortunately, the family were flying to the States early the next morning so we didn’t get to experience a full Irish breakfast or get to sleep in. We don’t blame them at all, as they were hospitable where they could be, but we do wish we’d known so that we may have been able to choose another place. We hope that we can try this place again on our next trip


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