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December bed & breakfast guest reviews

Our Bed & Breakfast hosts continuously receive amazing reviews from their guests. These reviews highlight the unique care and dedication that each guest can expect from their B&B stay. From delicious home-cooked food to advice on local hidden gems, your B&B host will look after you. Below is just a selection of our December reviews for you to checkout...

The Park Georgian House - Tralee, Kerry

December bed and breakfast guest reviews – The park Georgian HouseMichael was an exceptional, efficient, kind, helpful, low key host. Breakfast choices were great. The Park Georgian rooms were spacious and comfortable with good bathrooms. Short walks to Kerry County Museum, lovely St. John’s Church, and Tralee town center with restaurants and shops. A great launching point for excursions to Dingle, Killarney, Adare and Beara.
Tom and Liz Carroll  Review Score: 10/10     

The Mountain Dew - Killarney, Kerry

December bed and breakfast guest reviews – The Mountain Dew, KillarneyOur favorite B&B by far. Eileen was an excellent hostess - we were running late and she said it was no problem. Take our time. I was covered in mud from our trek to Cliffs of Moher and she offered to wash my nasty clothes. a wonderful gesture! Breakfast was fantastic and while our room was small, we weren’t there to stay in the room. Very nice living room downstairs with tea/coffee/snacks and a fireplace to enjoy. Very close walk to Killarney and all it offers. would definitely stay there again!
Diane & Jason  Review Score: 10/10          

Rathview House - Swords Airport, Dublin

December bed and breakfast guest reviews - Rathview House B&B, DublinWe had an excellent stay!! Sharon was an exceptional host! Extremely warm and welcoming and provided insight into the town and made recommendations on where to eat dinner. The room was super clean and comfortable. Breakfast was amazing! Would highly recommend!! Plan on staying again on our next trip to Ireland!
Seth and Dorothy  Review Score10/10       

Cloncarlin House - Monasterevin, Kildare

December bed and breakfast reviews - Cloncarlin House, KildareMarie is the grand dame of a fantastic 240-year-old home and a pro at hosting. This bed and breakfast should be on the top of anyone's list for a comfortable stay. You get to spread out, enjoy a comfortable bed and marvel at the challenge of running a B and B and tending to a large beef farm. We will be back.
Margaret and Milan  Review Score: 10/10      

Emohruo B&B - Doolin Cliffs of Moher, Clare

December bed and breakfast guest reviews – Emohruo B&B, ClareOur stay at Emohruo B & B was wonderful. Margaret was a gracious host offering a delicious breakfast, friendly conversation and our room was both comfortable and quite a home away from home. Doolin was quaint and full of Irish charm. Music in the village pubs was fabulous. Doolin's proximity to local sites like The Cliffs of Moher and The Burren made it a perfect home base for a couple of days. I WISH it could have been longer, I loved it there. Maybe next time!
Dawna Allison  Review Score: 10/10          

Abbey View - Galway City, Galway

December bed and breakfast guest reviews – Abbey View, Galway CityAbbey View, what a delight! Just a short hop from hectic Galway and the warmth and genuine Bernie welcomes you with a well-appointed home, great bed and wonderful food. We had great conversations with Bernie and other guests before we were off to explore the wonders of Connemara. Bernie steered us to just the right roads and hidden stops - any guest is lucky to meet her and stay here.
Margaret and Milan  Review Score: 10/10     

Gallow's View - Bunratty

December bed and breakfast guest reviews – Gallow’s view, ClareWe really enjoyed staying with Mary at Gallows View. We arrived after dark and in the rain. Mary was very friendly and put our group in the two lovely rooms on the first floor. She answered a lot of questions about Ireland and chatted with us like a member of the family! We left for dinner at Dirty Nellies (next door to Bunratty Castle) and realized that it was just down the road - great location! Breakfast the next morning was wonderful - pancakes! Thanks for the hospitality.... your photo with Scott is in our album. Highly recommend.Scott and Terri  Review Score: 10/10          

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Posted: 18 Dec 2019 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

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