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March B&B guest reviews

Reviews offer you the reassurance that you are booking a bed and breakfast home that is the perfect base for your dream holiday to Ireland. Below is a selection of March B&B guest reviews.

Murphy’s Farmhouse, Castlemaine in Co Kerry

Our best B&B stay in Ireland! Lovely old home, very comfy beds, very clean. Breakfast was accommodating and tasty with lots of selection. A short walk from two inviting pubs, and a short drive from a number more... lots of food choices. Very friendly family, we couldn't have been happier!   Erika Strong nu   Review Score: 10/10

March B&B guest reviews

Cloneen, Tramore in Co Waterford

We loved our stay at Cloneen. It was our first stop after a long flight and it was just perfect. Maria was a wonderful host and her B&B was very nice. Would love to see it when her garden is in bloom. Great location, easy walk to town. Would highly recommend Cloneen and hope to go back myself one day soon. Thanks Maria!      
Becky Hayes   Review Score: 10/10

March B&B guest reviews

Mena House, Kilkenny City in Co Kilkenny

Mena House was wonderful. Katherine was great and the room was fantastic. Very comfy and great atmosphere. The breakfast was beyond incredible. Loved it and I will return.  Cheryl Perry   Review Score: 10/10

March B&B guest reviews

Kilmail Country Chalet, Ballymoney in Co Antrim

We enjoyed our stay at Kilmail Country Chalet very much. The room was clean and comfortable. Anne and Brian were very friendly and we appreciated their recommendations for restaurants and local sites.  
Denise and David Williams   Review Score: 10/10

March B&B guest reviews

Hillview B&B, Ennis in Co Clare

We stayed at 4 B&B and Trish, hands down, was the friendliest host. She made us feel right at home. The room was warm and she made the best breakfast I had the entire time I was in Ireland. I would definitely stay at her B&B again  
Nichole   Review Score: 10/10

March B&B guest reviews

Booking your accommodation online with B&B Ireland couldn’t be easier.  There are no booking fees and when your book, you receive an instant email confirmation of your booking. You can create login details which will allow you to easily add, amend or cancel bookings. So, what are you waiting for?

Booking a B&B stay in 2018

 

Posted: 21 Mar 2018 by Claire Regan | with 6 comments

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

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August B&B Guest Reviews

If you are contemplating booking a stay in an Irish Bed and Breakfact then check out this selection of our B&B guest reviews for the month of August to help with your decision making.

Posted: 01 Sep 2021 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

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Claire
Hi Debby
Most of our B&B homes do indeed accept payment via credit card. But I recommend checking under their 'Facilities' section on the homes profile to ensure that the B&B is ticked as having the credit card payment option.
26/09/2018 11:03:45
 
Debby Wyatt
Do most B&B Ireland places accept credit cards?
26/09/2018 08:18:10
 
Claire
Delighted that you enjoyed your stay at Briar Lodge Brad and Carol. Trish's excellent online reviews reflect her dedication to ensuring that her guests have an outstanding B&B experience.
23/05/2018 09:27:20
 
Claire
Thank you Anne and Richard for your wonderful review of Clareview House. Brenda and Michael are wonderful hosts who really care for their guests. Delighted that you enjoyed your stay.
23/05/2018 09:15:40
 
Ann and Richard Merson
We loved our three night stay at the beautiful home of Brenda and Michael McTigue, Clareview House Kinvara Co Galway. It was everything we associate with Ireland: warm generous amusing people, great scenery and outstanding hospitality. Our room and bathroom were both huge, with everything provided to make our stay comfortable, a home away from home. Breakfast was also huge-and delicious-with home made scones, brown bread and preserves. Nothing was too much trouble for Brenda; she really went the extra mile and both she and Michael found time to talk to us, giving us more insight into this incredible country and culture. The village of Kinvara is only a short drive to Galway City and there are some great eating spots in Kinvara itself. We loved the fact that Clareview House is grand and beautifully furnished yet relaxed and welcoming, a real home. Couldn't be better!
23/05/2018 08:59:21
 
Brad and Carol Pincombe
We loved our stay at the Briar Lodge--Bunratty B&B. Trish Conin was a fantastic host! Her breakfasts were beyond incredible, her travel advice was superb, and she was willing to help us with anything and everything. She went above and beyond to make sure that our stay was fantastic. Beautiful room and warm shower were icing on the cake. Thanks for making our Ireland trip a wonderful memorable one!
31/03/2018 15:35:12
 
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