We spent two nights at Glenomra House and really enjoyed our stay. It was a bit difficult to find at first, especially since we seemed to arrive at a busy time of day when there was a lot of traffic, but once we stopped at a Tourist Information office and picked up a map of town, it was much easier.
The house felt more comfortable and "homey" than the other "pupose-built" B&B's we'd stayed at, which was nice. Perhaps because it was a bit older - I believe it was built about 20 years ago.
Our room was nice, and a good size for a family of three. We didn't hear any other guests, though we knew there were a few others staying in the house.
Breakfast in the morning was very nice, and plentiful. The scones were homemade, and the coffee was delicious.
The house was a great base for exploring Ennis, the Cliffs of Moher, and the Burren.
However, the best thing about Glenomra House was Mary, the proprietor. We were traveling with our three year old son, who became car sick one day. We stopped back at the house to ask about a laundromat, but Mary generously offered to wash his clothes and car seat cover for us. She even lent us some cleaning supplies and towels to use as cushioning for the carseat while we waited for the cover to dry.
We also met Mary's husband one night after returning from dinner. He invited us into the guest lounge for a drink and we enjoyed a very pleasant conversation before turning in for the night.
Overall, we wouldn't hesitate to recommend Glenomra House for the wonderful hospitality and convenient location.
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