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We stayed at this beautiful B&B the first and the last day of our 10 day trip through western Ireland and although all B&Bs on our way were good this was the best one! Friendly welcome with tea and coffee, beautiful bedrooms and lovely made...More
My husband and i had a short night stay here. We arrived late after viewing the Cliffs of Moher (one hour drive away). We went looking for food and there are not a lot of choices near. The little town of Newmarket-On-Fergus was small and...More
This was our first stop on our week vacation! Phil was a wonderful host! She offered us tea and snacks as soon as we got there. Our room was great and the B&B was very peaceful. Was easy to find and she recommended great places...More
I stayed with Phil & Sean at Knockagow B&B recently and am so glad to have found them. Both welcomed me warmly and made me feel very at home. I loved the tea and scone greeting... a nice touch after a long day of driving....More
This was our last B&B stay during our two week trip to Ireland and we found that we had inadvertently saved the best for last! Phil was out when we arrived, but Sean welcomed us in and offered us tea and cookies. Later, when Phil...More
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We were driving and it took us 10 minutes. We had a general idea of where we were going - so that helped! I would leave yourself 20 minutes to get there and parked. The people who run Knocknagow B&B will help you with this... More
We were driving and it took us 10 minutes. We had a general idea of where we were going - so that helped! I would leave yourself 20 minutes to get there and parked. The people who run Knocknagow B&B will help you with this. I hope this helps.
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"We had a room on front of house but i would think every room would be great!"