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Carraig Liath House, a unique B&B experience…

B&B Host Francis O' Sullivan of Carraig Laith HouseThe location of Carriag Liath House alone will guarantee you a unique B&B experience and that’s before you’ve even meet its wonderful host Frances O’ Sullivan!

A truly wonderful spot

Carriaig Liath House is situated on the stunning Valentia Island, which is one of Ireland’s most westerly points off the Iveraragh Peninsula in County Kerry and a truly wonderful spot along Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. B&B host Francis adores where she lives and knows that guests will be spellbound also. Her B&B overlooks the picturesque village of Portmagee, which is only a short stroll away, with its friendly locals and traditional Irish nights. The views from Carraig Liath House are amazing and best enjoyed whilst relaxing on Francis’ comfy patio enjoying her home-baked treats!

Day trips galore!

Not only will Francis ensure you have a memorable stay with her, but she will also organise boat trips to the famous Skellig Island, sightseeing tours and provide local maps and informational itineraries on local hidden gems. Her warmth and dedication to guests’ comforts in her lovely home ensures everyone who passes her threshold enjoys a unique B&B experience. Don’t just take my word for it, here are a few guest reviews:

Guest Reviews

Beautiful home. Fantastic breakfast. Frances and her family were wonderful! The room was perfect, and the B&B location was ideal. She was very helpful in suggesting local adventures and eats. My husband and I had an amazing time exploring Portmagee and Valentia Island, and we look forward to returning again

Kasey L.

Beautiful, scenic, and just amazing. One of my favorite of the BBs we stayed at during our visit. Hostess very accommodating, breakfast was great. A definite repeat stay. It was our second stay and we were done, we would not have left if we had the choice. Clean, spacious, and cosy.


My husband and I celebrated our 20th Anniversary in Ireland. We had a great trip. Our stay at the Carraig Liath House was a true highlight of our trip. Frances was so helpful and welcoming. She helped us choose what to do during our visit on Valentia Island. We loved the island and the town of Portmagee.


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Posted: 01 Sep 2016 by Claire Regan | with 1 comments

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Karen O'Connor
Thank you for your comment. Glad you liked our B&B review. If you need any help planning your trip, be sure to get in touch with us.
Karen - B&B Ireland
30/11/2016 15:31:18
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