Stayed here during the Bank Holiday weekend with my girlfriend whilst on a motorcycle trip. The b&b is within easy walking distance into the town (5 minutes). The room was clean and tidy, our room had an ensuite. Shower (with shampoo and shower gel) and toilet in ensuite the hand basin was in the main room area but well placed not to take up much room. The room had a tv.
The breakfast was very good, a selection of yoghurts and cereals and the traditional irish fry up, tea, coffee and fruit juice were all available too.
The owner Mary was lovely and couldnt have been a better host. On one of the evening we were heading out for dinner it was raining and Mary kindly offered to drop us down and lift us again.
The b&b was out enough from the town to be quiet and had lovely views when the sun was out, but it wasnt too far that it was awkward to get into town.
I believe the b&b was excellent value, there was ample parking, and Mary was happy enough for me to put the motorbike round the back of the house out of sight (it probably would have been fine out the front).
There were tea and coffee making facilities in the guests lounge aswell as leaflets and info off the surrounding area.
Mary has a dog dont be put of by this as it very quiet (never barked once) and is also very very friendly!! It will be your best friend forever if you throw a stick for it.
All in all, our stay was excellent, and would definately return!!!!