My wife and I spent a delightful late afternoon tea following an exhilarating ride up the Wild Atlantic Coast Route. We drove through sheep pastures on a spectacular road up to Ballyliffin. Katherine Mc Eleney was a delightful host;providing tea and conversation, recommending a local restaurant and nearby pub. The next morning we stopped by the famine museum. It is a quaint village that has been restored to present a view of Ireland during the troubles and daily life within the community. What a sweet place to stay and feel that you are among friends.
We had a wonderful 3 night stay at McEleneys. Superb and large room on the front of the house, nice en suite and beautiful views. Lovely breakfast with excellent soda bread! Cannot rate highly enough if you’re in the area. Thank you to our wonderful hosts for being so attentive. Ballyliffin is a lovely small town, a few pubs and shop which are a 10 minute walk away. Will certainly return on our next family visit.
We stayed with Kathleen for one night as we were attending a wedding locally. Myself and my husband could not have received a warmer welcome from the second we arrived. Kathleen is a wonderful host, she showed us to our room and even gave us a lift to the wedding venue. We had a huge family room, very homely and cosy feel. The beds were so comfortable and everything is kept spotlessly clean. We had a delicious cooked breakfast in the morning. Best of all you feel so welcome in Kathleens beautiful home!! I would highly recommend staying here to anyone! We will definitely be back. Thanks again Kathleen
This is a beautiful B&B run by Kathleen & John. They were great hosts. This B&B is close by the village & pubs. If you want a good nights sleep this is the place for you. Great breakfast provided for guests. Thank you until next time. Regards Chris & rose
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