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Guests review their B&B experiences

If you are planning a trip to Ireland and looking for accommodation that will enhance your visit, check out our recent guest reviews for a guide on what to expect of the Irish B&B experience. A Bed and Breakfast stay is so much more than just accommodation…

Radharc An Oileain

Dungloe, Donegal

The host was very welcoming even allowing us to check in early due to the rain. The breakfasts were excellent and the property clean and well equipped. It is convenient for the centre of Dungloe and there is plenty of parking space. One of the best places we have stayed in Ireland, thoroughly recommended. Stephen Farrell

Guests review their B&B experience

Corrib View Country House

Oughterard Connemara, Galway

Our stay at the Corrib View Country House was a highlight of our trip to Ireland. The home and property is gorgeous, our room was cozy and comfortable, the view from our window was breathtaking, the breakfast was delightful, and Ethel was such a gracious host. We enjoyed our visits and laughter with her at the start and end of our full days. We were very sad to leave and would love to return if we ever have the opportunity. Randy and Cindy Lanthripe

Guests review their B&B experiences

Cullentra House

Cushendall, Antrim

We recently spent 3 nights at this wonderful B&B. It was the perfect retreat after busy days exploring the amazing Antrim coast. From a welcoming tea and cake on arrival to our final delicious breakfast, we enjoyed every moment of our stay. James and Olive are excellent hosts and we enjoyed getting to know them. They have created a truly lovely place. Everything you would want from an award winning B&B is there, even the stunning views! We will be recommending them to our friends and family and hope to make a return trip again soon (and not just for the delicious scones!). Clodagh

Guests review their B&B experiences

Abbey View B&B

Nenagh, Tipperary

Siobhan was the ultimate B&B host. She was very attentive and helpful with her suggestions. The breakfast was amazing, the black and white pudding is a must try. We felt very at home the whole stay. No doubt we would stay here again and recommend it to everyone else coming to Ireland! Diana Mendoza

Guests review their B&B experiences

Woodpoint House B&B

Bandon, Cork

What a fantastic place! Trish, Mark and their furry friend Milly could not have been more welcoming and nice! Nestled at the end of a quiet road, it is situated perfectly for a nearby walk along the stunning coast. Trish and Milly took us on the walk both days we were there and it was one of the highlights of our trip! Separately, breakfast was yummy and the place was cozy. Trish had a nice fire going upon our arrival in the sitting room outside our bedroom. We couldn't recommend the Kilbawn County House any higher. We'll be back! Rob Hammersley

Guests review their B&B experiences

Our B&B hosts pride themselves on providing the B&B experience that is right for you. From the warmest of welcomes to hosts local knowledge, we know that every little detail makes a difference. B&B Ireland have spent the last 50 years welcome visitors from all over the world  to the B&B experience and we look forward to welcoming you soon.

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Posted: 29 Jan 2024 by Claire Regan | with 2 comments

Tags: B&B, B&B Guest Reviews

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August Reviews from B&B Ireland guests

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

Comments
Claire Regan
Hi Robert
Great to hear that you are planning a trip to Ireland. I would recommend booking your accommodation before you travel to make sure that you can secure the accommodation that you desire.
Kind regards
Claire
06/02/2024 09:18:36
 
Robert Whetton
Hi Claire, we are planning travelling Ireland for 11 days in late April/early May. We understand a lot of hotels fill up quickly and we should book ahead for that accommodation. Does this also apply to B & B's or is it possible to simply arrive in the town and accommodation should be easily found? Thanks.
06/02/2024 06:31:57
 
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