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We've stayed in many B&Bs over the years and Avarest is one of the best. Dierdre has thought of all of the important details that make a B&B comfortable. Plus, every room is ensuite and the location is ideal for exploring western Ireland. We highly...More
Great hosts, really friendly, they even gave us a ride to Durty Nelly's when they were going there to meet some friends. Our room was really nice and spacious. The breakfast was really good. If you are flying out of the Shannon Airport, you should...More
Deirdre McInerney & family are the epitome of the perfect hosts for a really nice B & B. Even the info book in the room is the best by far that we experienced in 9 nights in Ireland. If you are arriving/leaving from Shannon Airport,...More
Deirdre and Freddy looked after us very well for the short break - stayed in a B&B last week in England which was great too, but a very average hotel in St Albans last Wednesday and the difference between the B&Bs and the hotels is...More
As others have said, Avarest is very convenient to Bunratty castle and, importantly, Shannon airport. It's a perfect place to start or end your trip to western Ireland, depending on your flight. For us, we stayed on our last night so that we could get...More
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Yes, they are definitely there. Every bed and breakfast we stayed at was the hosts actual home so there is little chance of any B&B being 'closed' or empty. I'm not sure about contacting them by email or via their website... More
Yes, they are definitely there. Every bed and breakfast we stayed at was the hosts actual home so there is little chance of any B&B being 'closed' or empty. I'm not sure about contacting them by email or via their website, but I was just there last week. They were talking about the start of the season and how they would be having a full house from our stay going forward.
It may be a comfort to know that when we made our reservations we never confirmed them. Regardless, when we arrived at every B&B we were fully expected and welcomed including Avarest.
I think people in Ireland do things differently than we do in the states. I wouldn't worry.
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"If you are visiting Bunratty try to get into this B&B first. A must place to stay"