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Located in Kilrush, Amici Bistro & Accommodation offers accommodation with free WiFi and a shared lounge. There is a fully equipped private bathroom with shower and free toiletries. Guests can enjoy a meal at the in-house restaurant. If you would like to discover the area, cycling is possible in the surroundings and a bicycle rental service can be arranged. Ennis is 43 km from the bed and breakfast, while Lahinch is 41 km from the property. Shannon Airport is 65 km away.
Pros: Location, comfortable bed.
Cons: Room a little bit tight for space
Pros: You get a very warm welcome. The room was very comfortable as was the bed. Fridge in room was a bonus. And the Irish breakfast was very substantial and delicious.
Pros: Delicious breakfast
Pros: Clean, tidy and comfortable
Cons: Room a bit small, could of done with a little shelf beside the bed by the window an a shelf for toiletries in the bathroom
Pros: Very spacious and comfortable. I had the best Gluten Free French Toast ever for breakfast!
Pros: Staff were great,really friendly and obliging! I would definitely go back!
Pros: Exceptionally clean and comfortable The owner and staff were incredibly warm and accommodating Best breakfast that we’ve had on our trip so far
Pros: Excellent service as well as the food in the bistro
Pros: Mairead was very accommodating of our later check in. The rooms were comfortable and clean and a lovely breakfast included the following morning.
Located in Kilrush, Cois-na-sionna is within a 10-minute drive of Vandeleur Walled Garden and St. Senan's Church. This bed & breakfast is 4.6 mi (7.3 km) from St Brendan's Church and 6.1 mi (9.8 km) from Scattery Island. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 4 guestrooms. Conveniences include irons/ironing boards, and rollaway/extra beds can be requested. Amenities Make use of convenient amenities, which include wireless Internet access (surcharge) and babysitting/childcare (surcharge). Business, Other Amenities Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
Pros: You are made to feel extremely welcome from the moment you arrive at the door. Beds are very comfortable, breakfast is delicious and the hosts are a true delight. And an excellent location if you wish to use the Clare to Kerry ferry service.
Cons: We liked everything.
Pros: The room was very nice and our host was awesome. Would definitely stay again. The pub across the street was grand as well!
Pros: The lady dropped me back to my car which was 10km away at no charge.
Cons: Everything was lovely.
Pros: Cosy home with a magnificent garden, incredibly convenient to the Tarbert Ferry. Room was warm & welcoming, breakfast was a treat, with lots of choice, and the hosts were welcoming, helpful and very kind.
Pros: Everything was just great. My regards to the wonderful people who run this B&B.
Pros: Great hosts, excellent location and food available nearby
Pros: Very handy location for the ferry to Tarbert.
Pros: Great B&B with good location near the ferry. really nice breakfast
Cons: not really anything, but be aware that the only food option is the pub across the street, which serves good food
On Ireland’s west coast, Buggle's Pub and Accommodation offers en suite accommodation in Kilrush. This County Clare inn offers free Wi-Fi and is found in the centre of town, with free parking available nearby. Each room has en suite bathroom facilities with shower or bath. All rooms have a TV, hairdryer and tea and coffee facilities. Breakfast is served in the dining room each morning. The Buggle’s Bar is next door to the bed and breakfast and regularly hosts traditional Irish musicians. Kilrush has a strong maritime tradition, with dolphin-watching boat trips, deep-sea fishing and excursions to Scattery Island among its attractions. Kilrush Creek Marina includes an activity centre offering sailing tuition and windsurfing. Moore Street is lined with colourful houses and leads straight to Kilrush’s Market Square, with a number of restaurants in the area. The city of Limerick lies around 1 hour’s drive east of the town.
Cons: Cooked Breakfast was dry with very limited buffet choice. Toilet seat broken, shower only just drained away. Complementary shower soap tiny cheap and didn’t lather. Only room available was a family room for which we were charged 140 euros. Going rate was 85 euros. Watch booking.com for this trap - you won’t know you’re paying over the odds for basic accommodation until you get there. Very disappointing and depressing experience
Pros: The staff was very pleasant and accommodating.
Pros: Location was good, breakfast was nice.
Cons: Room was basic. Very small ensuite, basin was in the bedroom. Not much loo paper provided. No extractor fan. Room was on top floor which was a bit awkward with luggage. Towels provided were too small to dry yourselves properly
Pros: Great breakfast, excellent host. Good crack in the bar.
Cons: Went a bit late in the season, so no entertainment at night.
Pros: Very central to the town centre. Good size room. Great breakfast.
Pros: Great Central location. Breakfast was amazing. Carmel the owner treated us as family
Pros: We loved our stay at Buggles, if you want to experience a real Irish Pub with a warm and friendly welcome this is the place to stay. Very comfortable room which was spotless and an en-suite bathroom with a powerful shower. The full Irish breakfast set us up for the day to explore this beautiful part of Ireland and the excellent cold Guinness welcomed us back! Thank you Carmel for looking after us so well!
Cons: Nothing we loved it all.
Pros: excellent family room. very clean and good breakfast. good value for money
Cons: bathroom a little small
Pros: A wonderfull warm welcome. A very traditional pub with B&B in the heart of Kilrush. Lovely room and a very good breakfast with first class local ingredients. Loads of helpful advice on what to see and do.
Pros: Nice room and breakfast Location good
Offering comfortable accommodation in the Irish town of Kilrush, County Clare, Crotty's award-winning Pub & Accommodation boasts free Wi-Fi throughout. Guests can enjoy traditional Irish cuisine, and relax in elegant surroundings, with antique furniture and fine fabrics. Each room is comfortable and cosy, furnished in period style. Rooms all overlook the picturesque town centre, and benefit from a TV, tea and coffee making facilities, and an en suite bathroom. Live music is often played in the bar, which serves a wide range of drinks. Wraps, paninis, sandwiches and light bites are served for lunch. Hearty evening meals are also available, along with roast dinners on Sundays. Guests at Crotty’s can explore the Cliffs of Moher, and take a cruise to see dolphins swimming in the sea. Numerous golf courses are also available nearby.
Pros: The staff were wonderful. The breakfast was very good. We ate there the two nights and it was very good. The Guinness was great. It is an old building and has character. The bars downstairs are wonderful and have not been trashed by modernisation like in so many pubs. The wifi was good and allowed us to listen to Radio Caroline on their internet broadcasts.
Pros: Good location.
Cons: Room needs updating. Felt I was in my grandparents house.
Pros: Traditional pub and comfortable room. Great seafood chowder for dinner and great Irish breakfast!
Pros: The live music was very entertaining
Cons: TV in room didn’t work shower only lousy warm no milk
Pros: Excellent location friendly helpful staff. Would stay here again.
Pros: The room was lovely and very clean. I felt it was cleaner the most hotels I have stayed in.
Cons: The food was very salty but that's just my taste.
Pros: excellent staff where very friendly and helpfull
Pros: The staff went above and beyond for our stay and made it more enjoyable, nothing was too much will definitely come back
Cons: Not much of a variety in the food
Pros: Nice pub and food
Situated in Kilrush, Katie O'Connors Holiday Hostel offers a garden. Among the facilities at this property are a shared kitchen and a shared lounge, along with free WiFi throughout the property. Ennis is 43 km from the hostel, while Lahinch is 41 km from the property. The nearest airport is Shannon Airport, 65 km from Katie O'Connors Holiday Hostel.
Pros: It was spotlessly clean, cosy kitchen, well maintained.
Cons: The welcoming and the quiet place
Pros: Great location, the owner is an absolute lady.
Pros: End of season and staff friendly and welcoming.
Cons: Needed a bit of modernizing in living room - dining area a bit dark but well stocked and clean.
Pros: Kilrush is an adorable little town, with a lovely beach and port. It’s not far from the cliffs of moher. We spent the night before, we went to the cliffs at Katie O‘Conners. It was perfect for us. The atmosphere in the hostel was very welcoming. Everthing was very clean and we had enough space in the room. The house is quite old and therefore really charming. I highly recommend that hostel and would definitely stay there again.
Pros: The owner was very kind and she helped me in all she could. The kitchen is old but it is ok. The toilets and the showers are very clean and the dorm rooms are comfortable. In the centre of Kilrush, near the main square and the marina.
Cons: Wifi does not work well in the room.
Pros: Mary. We had much to discuss. I had a wonderful early morning discussion with some other travelers and we traded information to help each other along in our travels.
Cons: I was in town to attend the Che do Bheatha festival in Kilkee and I just wish the festival had more verve, more spunk. I guess that has nothing to do with Katie O'Connor's per say but I'm just being honest about my weekend.
Pros: I loved the owner, she is such a friendly soul and had a lot to chat about when I arrived. I always say a warm and friendly welcome really makes a hostel experience memorable after a long journey. Much love to you and thanks for a great stay!
Cons: The decor and facilities were a bit dated, but honestly I felt so welcome that I didn't even care!
Pros: Really comfortable bed, spotlessly clean. Definitely stay here again. The owner is an Absolute gem of a lady.
Pros: Wifi, nice host
Cons: The dorm had only a small „window“ on the ceiling, no way to get fresh air. The beds were much too small! And I am not tall.. You cannot sit in the double bed and it is too short. You will hit your head. I think it’s only for kids size. Shower cabins and bath room unisex and if full too less. Everything is very old.