Within 1 hour of being a Cullintra house, I knew something was off. But since this was the first B&B I was staying at in Ireland, I thought perhaps the accomodations are going to be mediocre (the room was really old with shaggy carpet, etc). Patricia's attitude is what made this a nightmare. Dinner was served around 10:30pm and at this point, my aunt had retired for the night as it was simply too late to eat. This was not acceptable for Patricia. She wanted me to go get her, and simply wouldn't let the fact that she was not joining us for dinner go. I hate confrontation at the best of times, but this was really ridiculous. I decided that we would pack in the morning even though she told us there was a 2 night minimum. The next morning was another fight with her and then we finally got out of the dundgeon.
I ended up staying in beautiful and friend B&B after that. If you want a bad story to remember of a trip, stay here. But avoid it if you can!
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- NOT a hotel, but a working farm serving delicious dinners and offering charming country house accommodation in a family farmhouse. ... more less
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