For all walkers, this B&B is heaven. Its extremely quiet, the bedrooms are very comfortable and the breakfast is delicious. The host was kind and attentive and we really enjoyed our chats. We were there for only a short stay but will be back to stay longer to enjoy the many walks in the area. The bedroom was large and the bathroom spotless, it was actually better than the hotel we stayed in the night before. There was no bath but we don't use baths so made no difference to us. I can not recommend this to walkers and others who want to enjoy the scenic area highly enough.
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We stayed in Ireland for 3 weeks, and Bramble Rock is certainly one of the best B&B that we stayed in. We had the Ash room upstairs: very big, clean, cosy and confortable. The breakfasts are outstanding. The hosts are very nice and ensure that your stay is as good as possible. I can't recommend it enough !
We stayed 2 nights in the Bramble rock B&B. Room were large, lighted, clean and pleasant. They have a nice shared area where one can sit, read or talk. Breakfast was great and the owners of the place were very friendly and helpful. I really recommend this place.
Between two periods of urban vacation in Ireland we wanted to spend some time on a more rural setting and chose the Glendalough area, which appeared to offer plenty of scenic countryside for hiking and photography, as well as historical sights. As we were traveling with public transport Bramble Rock appeared to have a convenient location near a restaurant and a pub, so we booked a room for four nights. Our room (named "Laurel") was roughly on the opposite side of the house from the main entrance and the road, potentially making it the quietest one. However, we did hear very little noises coming from the daily life even outside our room, so I doubt any of the rooms could be considered noisy. The room was comfortably large and had all the basic amenities. Having a fridge available almost next to our room was also a nice perk. Wi-Fi was a little slow when used from our room, but as I had plenty of roaming data quota available on my cellphone contract, I just mostly used that instead. Ann and Ger were very considerate hosts. In addition to basic things such as the breakfast, housekeeping etc, they happily offered additional hospitality. Ger did give me and my significant other a ride to the Glenmacnass waterfall, so I could save some time on a longer hiking trip by avoiding the mundane part along the road and she could enjoy seeing the waterfall. On the next day when I was pondering where to hike next, Ann suggested a route that I would have not known to consider, but which turned out to have quite magnificent views. Finally, while departing via bus, we got a ride to the bus stop with our luggage. That's what I call hospitality! We did also quite enjoy the company of their two dogs, who quickly understood that the two humans behind the window were prone to happily offer attention to them with very little persuasion. All in all, this was definitely an excellent B&B and I'm hard-pressed to offer any actual improvement suggestions. A tip for those who come back from restaurant or the bar by foot after sunset; as Bramble Rock is along a short stretch of road with no streetlights and the village of Laragh doesn't produce much stray light, you may want to have some source of light (a smartphone flash LED will do) with you for convenience.…