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We are a couple and we spent one night here. The hotel is very cosy and mrs Evelyn the innkeeper has accomodated us in a special room designed for newlyweds (even though we are not). We appreciated it very much.
Anyway what turned out to...More
We stayed at Avondoyle for one night during our 6 night Ireland stay. We arrived at Evelyn's door, unannounced, at approximately 5pm. She had just arrived home from a trip of her own. She was exceptionally gracious in not only accomodating us on such short...More
This place was gorgeous - I wish I lived in this house!
Is really big and fabulous decor! Really European style. Lots of chaise longues, wooden floors, even the cutlery was stylish! The owner was really nice and friendly and we really felt at ease...More
My wife and I had the pleasure of staying here for a week in April 2010, and I have to say that the home and welcome are top notch.
The hostess/owner, is very friendly and good humored, and always willing to help and offer advice,...More
Because of unforseen circumstances, we were unable to get to this particular B&B. I contacted the facility as soon as I could, which was about 5:00 PM local time. I explained that a delay in one of our events prevent us making the drive to...More
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Hello I am wondering if this hotel was close to Limerick University>?
2 March 2016|
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If you are driving it's about 20 minutes. If you're planning on taking the bus, it's not close at all. If you don't have your own car and you plan on staying here I would suggest taking a taxi. But the University is not... More
If you are driving it's about 20 minutes. If you're planning on taking the bus, it's not close at all. If you don't have your own car and you plan on staying here I would suggest taking a taxi. But the University is not within walking distance and neither is the bus stop.