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There were a number of things that were really nice: the fact that there as private parking, the location next to the start of Doolin-Moher walk, the decor. The hostess was very helpful with information about the town and the walk to Moher. The things...More
Very cute B&B in the centre of the little village, not far from a pub. Clean rooms that smell good and are really cozy - I slept well and felt like at home. Super nice host and good breakfast. Approx. 20 mins. by car from...More
It isn't always easy to get in touch with people while traveling abroad. My wife and I didn't sign up for the international phone plan before we left, so we had no way of telling Bridget and John we would be late for check in....More
Stayed for a weekend what a fantastic place. The hosts made us most welcome. The rooms were tidy and clean and comfortable. The breakfast was beautiful and plenty. Anything we wanted to no about the area our hosts were willing to help us. And I...More
We absolutely loved Bridget and John! They were the most welcoming of any hosts we had in Ireland! They were so sweet, eager to help, and a pleasure to be around. We had a fabulous location, breakfast, and stay! Thank you!
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I don't know that I can answer this officially - - we visited in June and it was cool enough each night that we wouldn't have wanted A/C. Their average August temperature is 65-70 degrees via internet records... More
I don't know that I can answer this officially - - we visited in June and it was cool enough each night that we wouldn't have wanted A/C. Their average August temperature is 65-70 degrees via internet records. Depending on what you are used to - it is very comfortable!!
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"bring cash, credit card not accepted, and bring your heater along in the fall or winter, to cold"