Many of us would not consider booking accommodation without checking the property’s online reviews first. To help you decide on a farmstay holiday, here’s a few of our July farmhouse B&Bs reviews.
Tara Farm, Kenmare, Co Kerry
Review: This was our favourite B&B on our trip. The home was beautiful. The views while you eat breakfast were amazing. The room was small but very comfortable with s great shower. The breakfast also great! You ordered off a menu with was great since I don’t eat meat and got to choose what I had. If/When we go back, this is one place we would come back to!
Carol and Tony Corbett Review Score: 10/10
Arch House B&B, Enniskillen, Co Fermanagh
Review: My family stayed only one night but found all accommodations to be great! We loved the quiet farm setting and we took a small stroll around the farm in the evening and had enjoyable and informative conversation with Geoffrey. Bed and breakfast was superb. Highly recommend and would like to revisit soon.
Pat Lowe Review Score: 10/10
Salmon Leap Farm, Killarney, Co Kerry
Review: Lovely home and our host, Sean went out of his way to give us excellent service. He also took the time to give us a tour of the ancient architectural site on his property which was extremely interesting to us. We would highly recommend this B&B.
Colleen and Don Kennedy Review Score: 10/10
Bridgeview Farmhouse, Kinsale, Co Cork
Review: Welcomed with scones and a pot of tea … and the care and hospitality continued. Good size room and bathroom. Room to relax inside and outside in the sun. Very enjoyable stay.
Deborah Southwell Review Score: 10/10
Glendine Country House, Arthurstown, Co Wexford
We really enjoyed our stop at Glendine House. Lots of character to the building and rooms. The highland cows and deer in the paddocks show this is a real working farmhouse. But most of all the welcome from Ann and her family made us feel relaxed in this wonderful location.
Brian Hutchinson Review Score: 10/10