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Why guest reviews are a valuable tool when choosing a B&B stay

When choosing Bed and Breakfast accommodation for you holiday, guest reviews serve as a valuable tool to gauge what to expect from your stay. Take a peek at these recent reviews from satisfied guests to get a glimpse of what lies ahead.

Raftery's Way B&B, Galway

Michael and his wife were most hospitable and a sweet couple. Our stay was comfortable and pleasant. The breakfast was delicious and a wonderful way to begin our day as we traveled to our first destination. I would have loved to spend a couple of days here, but many places to see and visit. Slan Abhaile!  Rod Perkins 

Raftery's Way B&B in Galway

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Greenacres, Dublin

Great place. Hostess was terrific; very easy to get along with and deal with when making plans. Fabulous location and easy to get into Dublin whether by car or rail. Hosts were easy to talk with and helpful with providing hints or suggestions. Highly recommend this place and would definitely go back. Joseph Lively

Greenacres B&B in Dublin

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Avondale House, Roscommon

Fantastic Irish welcome from Carmel. Lovely room with a balcony, plenty of hot water after a day on the motorbike. As we had no car Carmel kindly ran us to & picked us up from her recommended eating house Cox's Steakhouse in Drumod ( highly recommended ! ) Breakfast was brilliant, would definitely recommend. Martin & Jill

avondale B&B in Roscommon

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Briar Lodge, Clare

We absolutely loved our stay at Briar Lodge and only wish we had more than one night. Extremely welcoming hosts, comfortable and spacious rooms, warm shower and a delicious breakfast! Would stay again! Colette Shields

Briar's Lodge in Clare

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Gurrane, Kerry

I recently stayed at a fantastic Bed & Breakfast in Ireland for a 2-night stay and I have to say, it exceeded all my expectations. The room was spotless, with comfortable beds and tasteful décor that created a cozy and inviting atmosphere. The host was incredibly hospitable and went the extra mile to make my stay comfortable and enjoyable. The breakfast served each morning was a delightful feast, with a diverse array of options that satisfied my taste buds. I would highly recommend this B&B to anyone looking for a pleasant and memorable stay in Ireland. Thank you for making my short trip a success! Dom and Patty

Gurrane B&B in Kerry

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Doogarry House B&B, Mayo

I highly recommend Doogarry House as a place to stay. Bridget was so warm and welcoming, the breakfast was delicious and Brendan even drove us into town so that we could have a drink and a meal. The bed was comfortable and the house nice and clean. They were genuinely interested in our travels and loved sharing information about their travels. Margaret Gudsell

Doogarry House B&B in Mayo

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Ross House, Sligo

We loved our stay at Ross House in September! It is as advertised, a farmhouse in the country. The best part is the people that live in the house and were our hosts! Gemma and Oriel were lovely and made delicious breakfasts. Oriel’s husband was a delight and shared some great stories about the farm and his motorcycle touring days! We enjoyed the comfort and warmth they shared. We are back in Alaska but have fond memories of Ross House! Thank you for your work to make our stay so pleasant. Lynne and Bolivar Cruz

Ross Farmhouse B&B in Sligo

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Posted: 16 May 2023 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

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Take a look at a selection of our latest reviews from B&B Ireland guests to see how the Bed and Breakfast experience could be just what you are looking for when booking your stay in Ireland.

Posted: 15 Aug 2023 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

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