Welcome to Doolin Cottage Bed & Breakfast, your Doolin “home away from home.” Doolin Cottage Bed & Breakfast aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Doolin Pier (0.2 mi), located nearby, makes Doolin Cottage Bed & Breakfast a great place to stay for those interested in visiting this popular Doolin landmark.
Baggage storage is one of the conveniences offered at this bed and breakfast. If you are driving to Doolin Cottage Bed & Breakfast, free parking is available.
If you like cafes, Doolin Cottage Bed & Breakfast is conveniently located near The Ivy Cottage, Doolin Cafe, and Cliff Coast Coffee.
Best of all, Doolin Cottage Bed & Breakfast makes it easy to experience some great Doolin attractions like Doolin Garden and Nursery, which is a popular garden.
Doolin Cottage Bed & Breakfast puts the best of Doolin at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Me and my friend were heading down to Doolin and decided to book Doolin Cottage.We arrived at Doolin Cottage at about six in the evening our room was very clean spacious and even had a kettle for the morning.Carol was a great host as well she always had a smile on her face.We had a great night sleep that night I thought it would have been noisy but I was wrong it was extremely quiet.In the morning we had breakfast in our room because due to Covid-19 we couldn’t mix with other people in the house.There was only one option for breakfast witch was a full Irish breakfast and it came with a glass of orange juice tea or coffee the full Irish was very nice though.Check out was straight after breakfast it was good value for the night and I will be returning
Our stay in Doolin was very comfortable thanks to Doolin Cottage B&B. It was clean and cozy, and within walking distance of several pubs and attractions (the ferry to the Aran Islands). Carol was a cordial host. The breakfasts were delicious and ample - good coffee! Our stay here was absolutely the highlight of a weeklong trip - we hiked the Burren, went to Inishmore, and enjoyed the craic at O'Connor's pub. I would love to visit again!
We only stayed one night. Close to the Cliffs of Moher. Great location, on site parking. Breakfast was wonderful and filling. Hostess was wonderful, excellent customer service. Room was clean and cozy. Walking distance to a few pubs/restaurants (we really liked Fitzpatrick's). I would definitely stay here again and would recommend this place to anyone.
Quiet location, but close to everything. Easy walk to pubs and the beginning of the Cliffs trail (avoid the tour buses and expensive parking). Close to the Aran Islands ferry (we walked that, too). Hostess was wonderful. Breakfast was fantastic.
One of the nicest B&Bs I have stayed in in Ireland. Downstairs room separated by half wall - ideal to share with friends / family members. The cottage is in the centre of the village and the room is beautifully decorated. Carol is always so welcoming and can't do enough for you. Breakfast so good and filling, coffee excellent. Always a pleasure to stay with Carol and have been doing so over 10 years.
The room was very clean and the house is in beautiful taste. The breakfast was very nice. The location is in the center of the village. So all around a good option. You should be aware that this is the type of B and B where you cannot use the common areas except during breakfast. So if it rains, it is drive/walk in the rain, stay in your room or go to the pub!
Myself and 3 friends stayed here last weekend with the purpose of going to the Lisdoonvarna Matchmaking Festival. The rooms were basic but clean, there was decent Wi-Fi and parking at the property. This review is more about the lack of service received. When we booked the rooms we were sent an e-mail saying check in was only between 5pm and 7pm which is pretty restricted and check out the following morning was 10.30am ( the check out information was not included in the email). As we were reliant on google maps we did take one or two wrong turns on the way , meaning we arrived a little later than the specified time but we did call Carol to let her know and we were there by 7.30pm. The hostess was pretty abrupt telling us instantly to be quiet as there were people sleeping in the room across from us due to a long day horse riding - at 7.30pm! We had to decide on the spot what time and what exactly we wanted for breakfast the next morning as she would have to have it cooked and she needed to know then, which is again very unusual. We asked her if she would have a taxi number to which she replied no, don't bother going to Lisdoonvarna, stay local. She was, from the onset very unhelpful. The following morning we decided not to have breakfast which we made sure to tell her in plenty of time before anything was cooked. The general atmosphere was she couldn't wait to get rid of us. Obviously we went to Doolin ( which looked beautiful) for a night out. We were 4 girls who booked 2 rooms and we enjoyed ourselves but we weren't rowdy, noisy or disrespectful so it have been nice to receive the same level of respect from the host. As we weren't even checked out properly one of our group accidentally left with a room key, which she has since posted back to the property. I think this host should outline the type of guest she requires at the booking point as I would appear she would have been happier of we were on an activity weekend and not a social night out!…
Stayed here 21/9/17 for a wedding in hotel doolin. Have to say from get go hospitality was excellent. Friendly welcome and shown to our room. Room was spotless ensuite perfect for our needs. Bed really comfy. Very quiet despite being close to other b&b. Just 3 mins walk from hotel we were attending wedding at. Breakfast next morning was cereal and full Irish but there was plenty choice. Hostess was friendly and chatty made us very welcome. Good food great nights rest excellent value for money. Would highly recommend. Thanks Carol for a great stay.
When we got there, we were looking for something even though it had a traffic sign. The hostess received us very warmly and kindly. She gave us important information about the area. The room was simple but very nice and clean. The breakfast was also very rich. The hostess made us fine pancakes with maple sirup. They were super ...
Our triple room had plenty of space; Carol provided a handbook of useful information--places to eat, things to do, how to access wifi, etc. and breakfast was enjoyable. This B&B is maybe a 10-minute drive to the Cliffs of Moher--great location, highly recommended.