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February B&B guest reviews

Reviews are the best indication of what you can expect when booking accommodation online. There is no better appraisal than from someone who has actually stayed at the property. Here is a selection of our February B&B guest reviews from people who booked their Bed and Breakfast stay online with B&B Ireland.

The Arches County House, Donegal Town in Co Donegal
We arrived at The Arches and were immediately taken back by how beautiful the place is. The house and gardens were immaculate and the view was breath taking. The room was very spacious and offered everything we needed. Noreen is a lovely person and made us feel very welcome. We had a delicious breakfast and enjoyed chatting to Noreen. I look forward to coming back again with family as I think they will love it.   Ciara & Charlie  Review Score: 10/10

February B&B Ireland guest reviews

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Honeysuckle Cottage, Ballymoney in Co Antrim
It was our first stay in a B and B and I did my research on this specific B and B. Valerie did not disappoint! Her home was so clean and welcoming and she is such a very hospitable host that we enjoyed chatting with and getting to know. Since she isn't new to the area, she gave us great advice on the places we wanted to see and her B and B was the perfect location for all of them. Her breakfast was exceptional! I wish we had stayed longer at her B and B but this will not be our last time to visit Ireland so we do plan on staying their next time.   The Hogans   Review Score: 10/10   

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Newlands County House, Danesfort in Co Kilkenny
EXCEPTIONAL ~ This was by far one of our best B&Bs on our trip. Much closer to Kilkenny town than I had thought. Room was large and very clean, Bathroom was huge, water pressure fantastic, Wi-Fi strong. Room was beautifully appointed - even bottled water and candy bars provided :) We stayed on Valentine’s day and we arrived back to our room after dinner in town to rose pedals on our bed. Awe!!! Nicola was wonderful I would HIGHLY recommend this B&B.   Claire & Rick  Review Score: 10/10

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Avarest B&B, Bunratty in Co Clare
Avarest was my first experience staying at a B&B and it was Wonderful!! Deidre was a dear host, we so enjoyed talking with her! She made us a delicious breakfast. The home, Avarest is Beautiful, clean and spacious. Our room was plenty large enough for us, with a double/queen and twin also a private bath. We were very Happy staying at Avarest. Avarest is top notch!!   Judy & Richard   Review Score: 10/10

February B&B Ireland guest reviews

Consilio, Galway City in Co Galway
We had an amazing time with Stella, she truly makes you feel at home and part of her family. She is such a gracious host, she waited late for our arrival from Kilkenny and helped us settle in after a long ride. Our first morning, she called a bus company and asked for a special pick up so that we would not miss the opportunity to go to the Aran Islands. This was just one of the small things she does for her guests. She also makes an amazing breakfast accompanied by even better conversation.
Angel & Rosetta   Review Score: 10/10

February B&B Ireland guest reviews

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Posted: 01 Mar 2018 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

Tags: B&B guest reviews, Bed, Breakfast, Reviews

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