I stayed in this B&B overnight with my family en route to Donegal. The bedrooms varied considerably in size. My partner & I had a standard double which was definitely cramped but ok for an overnight stay. Two other family members had a twin room which had lots of space. Both rooms were en-suite with ample toiletries and were absolutely spotless. Breakfast was served in the Conservatory overlooking the beautiful views across the Ben Bulben mountains. While the house is located on the main Sligo road it was remarkably quiet.
What more can you ask for than breakfast with a view of Benbulben! Our room was clean and spacious if a little on the dark side. Phone signal was very bad as we were at lower level room, however it was a nice break from technology! Our hosts Patricia & Mattie were very welcoming, the little King Charles was also very friendly especially if you let him in the front door, friend for life ;) They were very helpful in recommending places to see nearby and places to eat in the evening. I'd love to come back sometime.
Thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Rowanville Lodge B&B! Pat was delightful and provided wonderful tips and communication. Rooms were clean and cozy with comfy beds and a wonderful seating area provided for our family of 5. Breakfast was amazing and the view of Ben Bulben from the breakfast dining area was perfect! We were not disappointed and definitely recommend Pat and her hospitality at Rowanville Lodge! We would not hesitate staying again if we find ourselves back in Sligo!
In our regular trips to Ireland we always end our visit with four or five days at Rowanville Lodge, and it is always such a treat. This time we brought our cousins who had never been to Ireland and took them to all our favorite places. They totally agreed with us that Rowanville Lodge was a terrific stay, and they so enjoyed getting to know host Pat who puts so much into making this B&B a pleasant, restful, fun, and totally enjoyable place to stay. The breakfasts with amazing views of Ben Bulben through the room-long picture windows were a delight. New on the menu was Pat's special awesome porridge slathered with fresh raspberries, strawberries and blueberries. We ate it every day along with her wonderful home made bread and so much more We loved our daily walks to the sea with happy Lucki, and it was a delight to see a new born Rowanville calf from the breakfast room windows on our second day. We will miss this fine B&B until our next visit.…
Stayed for two nights in this lovely b&b ,the rooms are very nice we stayed on the ground floor room number 8 really quiet .there was a sunroom which was comfy and handy to are room.The owner is Pat a very nice lady who couldn’t do enough for us, the property is ideally located the village of Grange is 1.5 km away and is midway between Bundoran to the north and Sligo to the south and fantastic beaches near by ,would stay here again and would recommend it to my friends.