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This was a lovely little town to stay in when visiting Galway and Connemara. Our host Sarah spoke Irish which was so cool! The rooms were clean and spacious. The breakfast was delicious. The sheep dog out back is named Sue and she LOVES to...More
Arrived around 4:30 in the afternoon, front yard had multiple water bottles and litter about it, place was EXTREMELY cluttered, musty smell throughout the home, rooms were very dated and bedding smelled musty also, WIFI did not work, television did not work, owner had her...More
True Irish B&B. It was the most perfect selection for our first night in Ireland. It feel very homey and not business like, like so many that followed this one. Was also the best breakfast we had. Sara is really great, true hostess and makes...More
We were the first visitors of the season and Sarah made us feel very welcome. We had a little lounge upstairs for quiet tea and we got to choose our room which was spacious, filled with sunshine and had a view of the ocean. Sara...More
This B&B is an old charming home overlooking the Galway Bay. Our hostess, Sally, was delightful and gave us a lot of information about the area . She recommended a wonderful bar for Irish Music and the restaurant next door for an incredible dinner. The...More
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