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Three days at Adare were a great way to start our visit to Ireland. Excellent location a short bus ride from Dublin center, in a quiet residential neighborhood. Very clean and well maintained, knowledgeable, friendly hosts, and delightful breakfasts. We are hiking the Irish Coast...More
Response from patrickfoy, Owner at Adare Bed & BreakfastResponded 1 week ago
Catherine and I are delighted you enjoyed your stay with us.
We look forward to meeting you again in the future.
Patrick and Catherine
We stayed there for 5 nights (booked 6 nights - 2 rooms). Unfortunately they had an "water-accident" so we can't obtain one room. But Patrick organize a other B&B only 170 metres away for the first night.
Next day we arrived with baggage for breakfast...More
We stayed here for two nights at the start of our mother-daughter trip. Our hosts were extremely kind and accommodating. The house and room were very comfortable (especially the bed). The location to the city centre was ideal and once we arrived we were able...More
As has been noted by others, a neat Victorian house in a quiet neighborhood. The room and the common area were very nice. Breakfast was quite good. The Foy's are just nice people and very helpful. The bus stop into town and the AirCoach to...More
Very warm welcome, allthough we were late. good breakfast. good advices.
the room and the bed was very good. quiet location and good bus connections
to the city and to the airport. everything important was in reach. Catherine and
Patrick were very kind and very...More
In addition, there is Herbert Park a couple of blocks away with paths, gardens and activities to watch. In the middle of the park is a great little restaurant/coffee house. There's also a Sunday market in the park.