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Clover Lawn B&B

A warm welcome awaits you from Paddy and Carmel of Clover Lawn B&B. Situated in the sunny South East of Ireland their B&B is ideally located close to Rosslare Harbour, Co. Wexford. Paddy and Carmel have been running their B&B for many years and enjoy welcoming guests into their home. They pride themselves on serving a hearty breakfast with all locally sourced produce. They are very proud of their local area and enjoy informing their guests on hidden gems to explore. Have a read of some of the fantastic reviews they have received over the past few months.


'This is an excellent place to stay for all the reasons made by the other reviewers. Carmel is a lovely host and makes you very welcome' - Robin and Joy Smith

'Lovely B&B in a great position for the ferry port at Rosslare. We arrived after a long tiring drive and were given a pot of tea in the lounge which arrived with a plate of freshly made scones! What a wonderful warm welcome!' - Mike and Ronnie

'Perfect, close to ferry, very welcoming, great room, brilliant breakfast. Definitely recommend' - Jason

'My wife and I only stayed the one night, all the facilities were excellent, perfect location if anyone needs to catch the early ferry. Two pubs both serving food are within 50 metres from the B&B if looking for a meal at night. This is the third time we have stayed here and I would completely recommend this B&B to anyone' - Shaun Cunningham

'This was our first b & B in Ireland and set us off to a good start. Carmel was very welcoming with tea and cake when we arrived and breakfast was great, perfect poached eggs!! Bedroom was clean and comfortable, shame we only stayed one night' - Julia Coplestone

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Posted: 03 Mar 2016 by Karen O'Connor | with 0 comments

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