Scones. When I read the reviews of Doolin B & Bs, I read about Margaret's homemade scones and right there I decided that's where I wanted to stay on our first night in Ireland. We arrived late, but Margaret welcomed us in with big smiles and immediately I felt at home. We were traveling with a friend, so we had two rooms. Each was spotless! Our room, Margaret called it the previously Blue Room, was huge! A brand new bathroom equally large by en suite standards. We slept like the dead, it was so comfy. You can hear cows mooing in the distance, which I find lovely. The breakfast is like a restaurant would serve, only better. You have choices! Coffee was fresh and plentiful (I swear I had instant in two other b &bs) and my husband and our friend had the Irish breakfast both mornings and it was prepared with love. I don't usually eat oatmeal, but she made the best I've ever had! I wish I'd asked her if it was steel cut oats? Now to the scones: Margaret is an amazing baker. She works hard and it shows. The scones are large and flaky inside, but brown on the outside. I couldn't get enough and she sent us on our way the second morning with scones to go! Delicious even a day later in the back of the car! Margaret is friendly and will chat and makes you feel like she's glad you stayed. Don't get me wrong, almost everyone in Ireland is friendly, especially those in tourism, but she is like an old friend. She even lent me 100 euros because we were short of cash and wanted to go to the Aran Islands that day. Who does stuff like that? We went on to stay in Ballynahinch castle, two other b & bs and the Bewley Hotel in Dublin, but my favorite stay of all was with Margaret Carey!