Irish Farmhouse Holidays

April farmhouse B&B reviews

Here is a selection of April farmhouse B&B reviews from guests who stayed in farmhouse bed and breakfasts during the month of April.

Doonagore Farmhouse, Cliffs of Moher, Clare

You won’t regret staying with Pat and Mary! Their home was welcoming and comfortable. We had a great view out our window to the sunset over the sea. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to do the hike with Pat to the Cliffs. This is WAY better than what the visitor center has to offer! While staying there, we also listened to some live “free-style” Irish music at O’Connor’s and it was wonderful. Our stay in Doolin and at their Farmhouse was our favorite part of our Ireland trip!
Taylor McKenzie      Review Score: 10/10
Doonagore Farmhouse, Cliffs of Moher, Clare

Ardfield Farmhouse, Cork City, Cork

Bernadette and her husband were wonderful hosts! She took the time to sit with us and give her recommendations on places to visit and where to eat and made a delicious breakfast! He spent time talking to us about the horses and showed us around the barn. It was a lovely stay!
Autumn      Review Score: 10/10
Ardfield Farmhouse, Cork City, Cork

Clinton’s Woodview Farmhouse Skerries, Dublin

We had a wonderful time!! Mary was a wonderful host. The house was clean and cozy and ALWAYS smelled of home cooking. Mary’s breakfast was “off the charts” good. I took lots of pictures of our place settings as they were beautiful!! I think of her homemade plum jam every morning. I cannot find anything like it here in my local grocery store. The accommodations were perfect for us as we were gone all day everyday exploring beautiful Ireland. We can home to a comfy bed, wifi, and warm shower every night. I wish we had more time in Skerries as it was such a beautiful little harbor town. Mary is warm and thoughtful and made our stay very memorable. I will be back for sure and would recommend The Clinton Farm House over and over!
Andrea Hodne and Kathy Sloane     Review Score: 10/10
Clinton's Woodview Farmhouse, Skerries, Dublin

Glasha, Ballymacarbry, Waterford

Olive is the best! Her home is warm and inviting. The room and en suite were spacious and very comfortable. The best part about Glasha is Olive. She had afternoon tea with us and pointed us in the direction of both the Rock of Cashel and Cahir Castle. Both are beautiful and the town of Cahir was lovely! She serves a very nice breakfast. Olive also gave me directions when we left so we would hit some good spots on the way to Cork.
Kim Ferrell     Review Score: 10/10
Glasha Farmhouse, Ballymacarbry, Waterford

Garvey’s Farmhouse, Dingle, Kerry

Had a wonderful two day stay. Great place to explore the Dingle peninsula. Good breakfast comfortable bed and wonderful host who gave us good suggestions for activities. Be prepared to drive to Dingle to eat. Only one place nearby.
Marsha and Cliff     Review Score: 10/10
Garvey's Farmhouse, Dingle, Kerry

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