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Comfortable home in large garden, ample parking, guest lounge and dining room, good breakfast, very warm welcome, friendly and helpful, tea tray on arrival, well located for visiting Limerick or surrounding countryside.
We stayed at Avondoyle for 2 nights during our tour of West Ireland. Evelyn was an excellent hostess who works extremely hard to ensure all her guests are happy & catered for. Located approx. 15mins drive to the west of Limerick in a quiet rural...More
Evelyn's home is wonderful and peaceful. Great rooms, big and clean.The best breakfast we had on our trip, the scones are fantastic. Eveyln is a wonderful hostess and I would stay here again. Would stay here again, the drive to Limerick was really close.
We spent 2 nights in September at this B&B. The house and rooms are well kept, definitely shows pride of ownership. The beds were very comfortable and we had an excellent nights sleep. Cannot really comment on the noise mentioned in previous reviews as there...More
A one night stop off with my two girls. Greeted on arrival with tea and apple crumble on the lawn - thank you very much. We had triple room on ground floor with bathroom across active corridor which I didn't expect. Probably a noisier room...More
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Hello I am wondering if this hotel was close to Limerick University>?
2 March 2016|
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If you are driving it's about 20 minutes. If you're planning on taking the bus, it's not close at all. If you don't have your own car and you plan on staying here I would suggest taking a taxi. But the University is not... More
If you are driving it's about 20 minutes. If you're planning on taking the bus, it's not close at all. If you don't have your own car and you plan on staying here I would suggest taking a taxi. But the University is not within walking distance and neither is the bus stop.