I can't stress strongly enough how much of a rip off I felt this B&B to be. At €70 per night I at least expected a friendly greeting and this didn't happen. We weren't shown to our room, rather told "its up there at the end of the passage" as the owner shuffled off into the kitchen. The bedroom had a double and a single bed literally wedged into it so there was little or no room to move about. The ensuite barely accomodated a full grown adult and the toilet seat was loose and the only glass given for drinking water was filthy. The dining room for breakfast was poor at best. The chairs had little or no upholstery and no support or springs whatsoever. As we didn't want a cooked breakfast we were loaded up with cheap white slice pan that was hardly even toasted. I would have expected a choice of fruit or yoghurt or brown bread at least.
The only thing this house has going for it is the superb view of the harbour so nature has given them a helping hand at least in this way. It is also within very easy walking distance of the local shop, pubs and restaurants.
I feel so strongly about this level of accomodation being supported by the Irish Tourist Board and B&B Ireland I have writtent to them to say that such accomodation at such a price does little for our image and reputation internationally.