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We chose this B&B because of its location between Burren and Connemara. We arrived a little bit after six and were received with a rather cold welcome (although we found hot water for tea in the guests' sitting room). The room was nice enough, a...More
This was the third B&B of our trip, well located to visit the Burren, the Aran islands (note: you CAN take a ferry from Doolin to reach Inis Mor, the largest of the islands), the cliffs of Moher, and Galway City.
Our room was clean...More
We stayed there about two weeks ago. It was a beautiful, quiet , and lovely farmhouse. The O'Connors couldn't have been any nicer. The room was spotless, as was the bathroom. The breadfast was fantastic. I can't imagine a better stay.
In July 2007 we spent 30 days touring the whole coastline of the island with my wife and 2 daughters.
We stayed mostly in B&Bs as this was often the only accommodation available in the areas we were interested in. I booked all in advance...More
I was lucky enough to visit the Burren View in September with a friend and it was absolutely gorgeous. Originally we had hoped to be closer to the Match Making Festival in Lisdoonvarna, but turns out fate was looking after us well. Bridget was very...More
US$ 32 - US$ 69 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Western Ireland >
Province of Connacht >
County Galway >
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