I was lucky to get accommodated here as the owners were looking after Ukrainian refugees in the rest of the property but kept a self-catering apartment for me, although I'd only paid for b&b. Ingredients were provided for me to make my own breakfast and I got to use the kitchen facilities for my evening meal. Leim Siar is in the village of Blacksod from where you can walk around the end of the Mullet Peninsula - I particularly recommend An Port Mor Beach.
We had the most delightful stay at the Leim Siar and Hannah was the most gracious hostess. We hated to live the cozy inn and hope to be back again soon. Breakfast was perfect and sitting by the fireplace on a rainy afternoon made for a wonderful respite.
My son and I spent 6 days at Leim Siar with Hannah and her wonderful family and staff. We took this vacation knowing some of our family had lived near Blacksod Bay and Binghamstown. Hannah and all of her family and staff were not only perfect hosts, but also critical in helping my son and I find connections to the family we had in the area. Hannah referred us to some local historians that ended up introducing my son and I to a 3rd cousin still living in the area. I would also like to thank Pops, Catherine, Anna and Rosemarie for all the work they did to show us where our family came from an for providing us with the connections and experiences that will last our family many lifetimes. You couldn't find better accommodations, better friends, or better views in all of Ireland if you tried. There is a reason Leim Siar has a 5 star rating after this long, and it's because of the people. You too, should come back to Ireland and see it from Blacksod at Leim Siar!…
This is the third time I have stayed with Hannah and her wonderful staff. The facilities and service are above and beyond what you may expect from a B&B. Rooms spotless and the Breakfast is like a feast. All dietary requirements catered for there are 5 star hotels who would be envious of the standard of food provided. Hannah's knowledge of the area is fantastic and she provides a great service in recommending to guests places they may enjoy and where to find them. The Irish Tourist Board should put her on the payroll. See you again
This is our bolt hole when we stay on the peninsula. Hannah Quigley will make your stay a very warm and hospitable one. From serving a lovely Irish breakfast or whatever you prefer. To helping you on your tour of the area with trips and tips. This area has boat trips to the islands, magnificent views, and beaches on both the wild and calm side to suit swimming and surfing, look for the blue flags. We love our stays here and will be here soon again.
We chose this B&B as we were doing a mini tour of the surrounding area. We were not disappointed. A very warm welcome from our host Hannah, access to a shared lounge area with stove and TV, kitchen area for making tea's and coffee's in the evening, very welcome after exploring the beaches and scenery on a wet and blustery day! The room was very clean and had everything that you could need. Breakfast was great, fresh baked scones and bread along with many other options. Couldn't have asked for more! Hannah was extremely knowledgeable about the local area and gave us great ideas for further exploration.
I recently had the pleasure of staying there with Hannah and it was an enjoyable experience. The location is perfect after a long day on the WWW.I was delighted to find this place.Its clean and friendly. The host goes above and beyond what is expected, the breakfast will set you up for the day ahead, with a huge choice available .I will return there again and stay with this lady again.Thanks you Hannah.
Myself and my husband stayed in Leim Saor for a night following dropping our son off at Irish College. Hannah could not have been more friendly and hospitable.Her breakfast was amazing and better than most hotels. Hannah, on finding out my husband is a Volunteer Coast Gaurd even arranged with her friend Vincent, the Lighthouse keeper in Black Sod for a quick tour of the Lighthouse.It was so interesting particularly as Vincent had spent time at our local Lighthouse years before as a young man. Black Sod is a beautiful raw unspoilt area and worth a visit if in Belmullet area.Thank you Hannah and would recommend any other parents staying for a night or two on drop or collect from the Gaeltacht to stay at Leim Saor!
This is a wonderful B&B at the end of the Erris Peninsula. Hannah Quigley is so nice and accomadating. From her wonderful Irish farmhouse breakfast to the help in planning outings, great rooms and warm friendly hospitality it's the same every time we return. Blacksod is very much a working harbour with boat coming and going. The views are wonderful. Boat trips to the offshore islands, bring a picnic and beverage. Walking all the different types of beaches from the wild Atlantic side to the calmer inner bay with views towards the the Twelve Bens. Take your time on the Mullet, there is golf, hikes, cycling, water sports, céile nights at local pubs, enjoy.
Hannah Quigley's Leim Siar B&B was the highlight of 7 days travelling the Wild Atlantic Way. Welcomed with open arms, a big smile and the most delicious homemade scones we were so happy to find this comfortable, clean, homely B&B. You're made to feel like you've come home, We had a room each ( my friend and I) and we both had one of the best night's sleep on our holiday. If that wasn't enough to make us happy we then had Hannah's magnificent breakfast (I had full Irish) my friend chose a smaller portion. If you're heading to Ireland you'd be a fool to miss this gem right at the end of the An Fod Dubh peninsula on Blacksod Bay. There is a comfortable lounge and warm and friendly dining area where you can help yourself to copious amounts of cups of tea, coffee and of course Hannah's delicious scones. I will be going back in a heartbeat if ever back again down near Belmullet. Thank you Hannah and Jerry and all the lovely people we met.…