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Reviewed 1 August 2016 via mobile

Absolutely loved and highly recommend This place.

Myself and a few mates stayed here for a night and we were very impressed

On arrival, no fuss just checked into our rooms and where all settled in.

The connected bar was very convenient and perfect for a quiet few drinks and light bar entertainment (darts etc)

Great rooms had everything we needed and the bathrooms were excellent quality.

The breakfast was amazing; full Irish and the traditional spread.
The owners were great. Very warm and friendly and provided a great service. Made every effort to ensure we had a pleasant trip. Plus offered some interesting and useful insight to what to see and do locally

Stayed: July 2016, travelled with friends
Thank Lance V
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Marian H, Owner at Foxrock Inn B&B, responded to this reviewResponded 3 August 2016

Thank you Lance for a lovely review. It was a pleasure having you and your friends staying with us last weekend. We look forward to seeing you all again in the future, when you can enjoy even more of the delights Laois has to offer.

Sean, Marian and Laura

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Reviewed 30 May 2016 via mobile

Sean and Meriann totally ROCK! The B&B is attached to the pub that they also operate. They welcome you and make you feel right at home. We arrived late because of problems in Dublin but they were there waiting for us. Had some Guinness in the pub and met the locals. It was a blast. Friendly and taught me Hurley. I would give this place a 100 stars if that were an option.

Stayed: May 2016, travelled as a couple
1  Thank mac_abq
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Reviewed 12 April 2016

Just back from a visit to the beautiful counties of Laois and Kilkenny. We had a wonderful 4 night stay at the Foxrock Inn on a B&B basis. We had a large comfy bedroom, and the full Irish breakfast was great to keep you going. TV is in the lounge.
Marian, Sean and Laura made us so welcome over the entire stay and they went out of their way to help us in our research into our family. Sean also serves up a nice pint of Guinness.
The Inn is located in beautiful countryside and is a relaxing place to visit. Around the village of Clough (pronounced Cluck) there are many ancient sites and Grantstown Lake woodland and nature reserve, is a gem hidden away just down the road. To the north, you find the Abbey of Aghaboe and Saighir (important sights within the ancient kingdom of Osraige) and the Slieve Bloom Mountains, which we travelled around in the car and took some wonderful pictures. To the south, we travelled down to Kilkenny with its Castle and historic city. Just down the road from Clough is the town of Rathdowney, which has pubs and takeaways and also has a great Supervalu shop for all your bits and bobs that you may need, including a Payzone facility to pay for the M50 Dublin toll.
The people that we met, both in Laois (pronounced Leesh) and Kilkenny were all very friendly and helpful and we will make a point of returning to this charming area of Ireland once again in the future.
We would recommend the Foxrock Inn to anyone.

Room Tip: Our room at the front of the Inn was overlooking the quiet road in the village. Rooms at the rear overlook countryside and may be quieter.
  • Stayed: April 2016, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank Susanne T
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Reviewed 8 September 2015

I stayed here for four nights. The beds are comfy the food delicious and the hosts are extremely welcoming and friendly. I would recommend this place it is full of Irish charm and hospitality !! Its easy to get to from Dublin in a lovely rural setting.

  • Stayed: September 2015, travelled on business
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Thank Paula G
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Reviewed 10 July 2015

I stayed here for a full weekend around the end of June 2015. What attracted me was the quality of the reviews on here. Do you know? It is even better than the reviews say it is.
It is run by a couple Sean & Marion who make every effort they can to make sure you enjoy your stay.
The place is not the easiest to find but be patient because when you do it is well worth the effort. Out in the country in County Laois it really is a tranquil place. At night when you sit outside you can hear nothing and I mean nothing, except perhaps a distant sheep or cow, it is also noticeable that you can see the stars without any light pollution. You are right out in the countryside, and it is a great place for a "Chill Out".
The rooms are very clean and are cleaned properly every morning. The showers are large and roomy and significantly have a wand rather than a sprinkler high above your head, There is plenty of space in the rooms as well.
At night the bar is a must (but you can watch the Sky TV in lounge if you want instead). A great place for pint and you are made welcome not just by Sean behind the bar but by the locals that go in for a late night drink too. Of course most importantly it also keeps the usual Irish countryside licensing hours.
Breakfast is huge. So is the selection. Fruit, yogurt, and all the expected cereals, a full breakfast with everything you could possibly expect. Other guests had just what they wanted and I noted a vegetarian option too. But you must try Marion's home made brown bread she could make a fortune selling it.
Car parking is safe, the wifi works very well and you are not rushed out of your room in a morning.
It is an ideal stopping off point on route between Dublin and the West of Ireland (just a nice distance from Dublin), but also has fishing and golf courses locally.
The price 40 Euro's is terrific value for money the exchange rate from Sterling makes it only £29. . . A cheap holiday.
I will definitely be back next time I go to Ireland

Room Tip: Just pick the phone up and call them
  • Stayed: June 2015, travelled solo
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