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B&B hosts, the true spirit of Irish hospitality – 2018 Reader Travel Awards

Congratualtions to all our B&B hosts who have contributed greatly to Ireland's tourism success. Ireland’s service staff have been named as the true face of Irish hospitality by voters of the 2018 Reader Travel Awards! Read what our customers are saying...

January Customer Reviews:

B&B hosts, the true spirit of Irish hospitality – 2018 Reader Travel AwardsThe Castle Country House, Tipperary

The home is lovely but the history of the home is what makes it. Beautiful furnishings, delicious breakfast and with Pierce as your host you will never go wrong! The man is a walking talking historian! Had just a lovely time! We will be back!   
Glyn and Melissa Corbitt

Review Score: 10/10   


B&B hosts, the true spirit of Irish hospitality – 2018 Reader Travel AwardsCaragh River Lodge, Kerry

Doreen and Tom were exceptional hosts. The home was beaitiful and spotless, breakfast was all fresh baked and made to order, the room we were given was better than most accommodations found anywhere! Matt was ill while we were there and Doreen and her husband went out of there way to supply him with the things that he needed in order to feel bettter. By far the best B&B of our entire trip!
Matt and Chrissy Brown
Review Score: 10/10

B&B hosts, the true spirit of Irish hospitality – 2018 Reader Travel AwardsThe Orchard, Limerick

Our family of 4 spent a night in Eileen's family room. It was very cozy & comfortable and we all slept like babies. Eileen was so friendly and warm - we felt like we were visiting with family. We parked right outside the house. Thanks for a great B&B experience.
Amy & Gus Mutscher
Review Score:

B&B hosts, the true spirit of Irish hospitality – 2018 Reader Travel AwardsThe Brown Hen B&B, Cork

My husband and I had a lovely time with Gwyneth during our stay at the Brown Hen. This was our first B&B in Ireland, and it set the bar very high for our future stays. The room was warm (with an electric blanket) and breakfast was delicious. Gwyneth was the perfect host, going as far as to book us reservations at a delicious local restaurant for dinner. We would stay here again!
Karen Ganss
Review Score10/10

B&B hosts, the true spirit of Irish hospitality – 2018 Reader Travel AwardsArkle House, Derry-Londonderry

My two friends and I stayed at the Arkle house for the night. We had a wonderful time. Our host was very accommodating and even pushed breakfast back when we asked to sleep in. We even had a phone crisis that she helped us out with. Overall, this was one of the best places we have stayed.
Review Score: 10/10

B&B hosts, the true spirit of Irish hospitality – 2018 Reader Travel AwardsRoncalli House, Galway City

Wonderful accommodations, food and location -- perfect for exploring Galway and Connemara. Carmel and Anne were fabulous hosts and we felt very welcomed. Thank you!
Theresa and Elissa
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Posted: 22 Jan 2018 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

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