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Carramore Lodge, a unique B&B experience

Book a stay with Eileen and Paul of Carramore House B&B Killaloe in County Clare


Eileen and Paul of Carramore Lodge, Killaloe in County Clare always go that extra mile to offer guests a unique B&B experience. Read their story, to find out what you can look forward to when they stay at this lovely bed and breakfast.

 

Location, Location

Stay at Carramore Lodge in Killaloe County ClareWe moved to Killaloe 25 years ago and immediately fell in love with this wonderful area. We have mountains, Lough Derg, and the River Shannon passes just 60 yards from our house. We are happy to share our detailed knowledge of the many natural walks and trails that allow visitors to sample the wonderful scenery that is just everywhere one looks. The area is steeped in history with many archaeological sites and Killaloe was once the seat of Brian Boru the High King of Ireland.

Pick up and drop offs!

Here at Carramore Lodge we have many guests staying with us who are attending Weddings in the area. We offer a free service where we either drop the guests to the wedding venue on the day or we take them back to the hotel to collect their car the following morning.

Take a tour...

Mature gardens of Carramore House B&B Killaloe County ClareCarramore Lodge is set on 1.5 acres of beautiful mature gardens and both myself and my husband, Paul are keen gardeners. Paul spends many hours walking the garden with our guests sharing his knowledge and love for gardening. He takes splits form perennials in our garden each year and enjoys giving these as gifts to fellow keen gardeners as a little souvenir from Carramore Lodge. Paul is also a keen Beekeeper and we have a small apiary in a remote part of the garden. We produce the most beautiful honey that is collected by the bees in an area that has no intensive agriculture, making a product of superb quality.

Homemade Delights!

Breakfast is served at Carramore House B&B Killaloe in County ClareCarramore Lodge has its own fruit trees and soft fruit bushes. We make all our own jams, and because we keep bees, we use no pesticides, making our produce completely natural.

I love to bake and have shared my recipe for Brown Soda Bread with guests of different nationalities. One of the many enjoyments of running a B&B is that you can share your passion for different interests with people from all over the world. We look forward to your visit!

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Posted: 23 Mar 2016 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

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