With delicious food, the warmest of hosts, a picturesque landscape and some much-needed peace and quiet, a farm-stay captures the very best of country Irish life. Below is a selection of farmhouse B&B reviews from guests who have enjoyed their stay in a farmhouse B&B.
Fernhill Farm – Doolin, Clare
We had a great experience! Staff was very helpful and gave us some great advice on hiking to the Cliffs of Moher. The room was great and we enjoyed our breakfast. Great place to stay that I would highly recommend!
Review Score: 10/10 Lance Buff
Clinton’s Woodview Farmhouse – Dublin
Mary was outstanding, given so many changes we made in advance. The rooms were excellent and beautifully decorated – especially a family room. Breakfast was amazing. She makes her own bread daily and every choice was a delight. Location was also excellent with easy access to surrounding towns and airport. Definitely coming back. Thank you from all the Shortall’s.
Review Score: 10/10 Paul Shortall
Valley View Farmhouse – Killarney, Kerry
This was definitely my favorite b&b of our entire trip. I wish we could stay with them every night in Ireland. We loved helping Conn milk the cows and show us his farming duties. The Austrian exchange student was also so sweet and helpful. We were greeted with freshly baked scones and tea, and Sheila was even kind enough to let us wash our muddy clothes. I can’t wait to come back.
Review Score: 10/10 Kayli Raeisghasem
Ardfield Farmhouse – Cork City, Cork
Bernadette was great the accommodation was splendid as well as the scenery from the front of the house as we sipped tea overlooking the valley below. We walked to the nearby town for a pub dinner which Bernadette booked for us. Great time as we left with a delicious Irish breakfast for the road ahead.
Review Score: 10/10 Anthony & Esther Faro
Avondale Farmhouse – Pettigo, Donegal
Simply perfect! Very cosy place and Mary was extremely friendly. I can only recommend ths B&B! Great for everybody who wants to be quiet. If you are looking for a peaceful place, go there, if you are looking for a busy place, don’t go there. But I guess if you are looking for a busy place, you don’t go to Donegal anyway…