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We were a family of 4 with 2 rooms and totally enjoyed our stay here! Sean and Bridie make you feel very welcome, rooms are well appointed and comfortable. They also own Sean Collins Bar where we enjoyed some delicious meals and conversation with Sean!...More
Situated on the edge of Adare, out of the way and quiet - well not much else to say except that it was comfortable, and the rate was very reasonable Sean and Bridie were/are very polite and attentive. This is a very low key and...More
Great hospitality. Confortable rooms. Sufficient WC. Beautiful public garden, restaurants, Supermarkets and bus stop near. You arrive as a customer, you leave (probably) as a friend. Certainly to come back to meet again Bridie and Seán.
Nice, clean and very affordable Inn. Bridie, very capable and friendly, runs the Inn and was very helpful. Sean, also very friendly and helpful. runs the pub next door. Food was very good. Would definitely stay here again.
Living history museum with tourist center, toilets and a coffee shop. Some say it's Ireland's prettiest village. An architectural wealth of scenic beauty, Adare's main street is punctuated with beautiful stone buildings with thatched roofs.