The Tourist Information Office booked us into this bed and breakfast. They didn't have any useful information on the place or they would not have recommended it. From the outside it looked good but inside, generally it just felt dirty. Although the available description said it backed to farmland, it was just an empty field behind the house. The carpeting was very dirty on the stairs and in our room. The room needed updating badly. The beds had old thin sheets that didn't match, the blankets were old scratchy wool and the spreads looked as if they could have used a good wash. The bathroom was okay but small. The breakfast was typical Irish eggs, bacon and sausage. The condiments (jelly and peanut butter) were on a buffet table but the jars were empty. Nothing homemade on the buffet - just brown bread and cereal. We skipped the second day's breakfast for McDonald's as it was on the way to the train station. It was advertised as accepting VISA/Mastercard but when I started to pay she said her "machine" was broken. She offered to take me to an ATM but I just paid her the cash I had instead. Never mentioned this until we started to leave which I felt was a little unfair.