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Dún Ard is rated 5 Star by the Irish Tourist Board (Failte Ireland). Dún Ard is aptly named, as it enjoys spectacular views of the Comeragh Mountains and Dungarvan Bay. Dún Ard is situated in the heart of the Ring Gaeltacht, just outside Dungarvan and is ideally situated to experience some of Waterford's and Ireland's most stunning scenery. Championship golf courses, fishing, walking and award winning restaurants are all on the doorstep. A stay in Dún Ard is one not to be missed!
All reviews oyster room jacuzzi bath junior suite oysters b and b the pearl bed and breakfast breakfast was delicious great hosts top class beautiful house a wonderful stay stayed longer beautiful room short drive star hotel pleasure of staying
We spent our first two nights in Ireland with Joe and Anne and we are so grateful for our choice. From the moment we stepped into Dun Ard, Joe made sure that we would be able to have the full experience of the Dungarvan area....More
the photos of the property are misleading, showing a single home close to the water and a photo of the castle in Dungarvan, which is a 38 minute drive from their house as is most anything to do/see-getting to water is a long walk, which...More
My wife wanted a room with a view of the sea on her birthday as we were touring Ireland. We found the Dun Ard listing which met our criteria and the price was reasonable.
When we arrived we were very surprised. Everything definitely exceeded our...More
The road up out of Dungarvan is gorgeous with far reaching views and received a very warm welcome on arrival, having already been in communication with Joe beforehand.
As we were on bikes, we took his advice and had already eaten down in the town...More
While I can see that this B&B is aiming for a ‘luxury’ experience, unfortunately our stay fell far short of that. The room itself was nicely decorated although it was stuffy with very little natural light and the ‘artwork’ on the wall (a large picture...More