I loved my stay here. I stopped for 1 night whilst travelling the Wild Atlantic Way. It is quite a remote setting, but fortunately the directions provided filled in for the Sat Nav which was clueless. I arrived late and Carol very kindly made me a toasted BLT which was fantastic. It should be difficult to get excited about a sandwich but genuinely it was glorious, the bun was lightly toasted, the honey & mustard dressing was just perfect. Harry & Carol made me feel right at home and left me to watch the football in the guests lounge which after a days driving was a great way to unwind. The next morning breakfast carried on the precedent of fantastic food set the previous evening, it was definitely the best Breakfast I had on my tour round Ireland. For anyone travelling the Wild Atlantic Way this B&B is a must stop. It's a bit outside Ballina very close to Downpatrick's Head & Ceide Fields which are stops you really should make!!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A 'little piece of heaven', this family run luxurious, warm and comfortable bed and breakfast enjoys spectacular views of Lacken & Killala Bay on the North Mayo Coast. Situated 30km from Ballina on the Killala-Ballycastle coast road, it is the Perfect setting for those looking for a real get-away. Secluded, breathtaking, unspoiled beach and magnificent countryside, and minutes from the beautiful Downpatrick Head and Ceide Fields.The only problem is...........you won't want to leave!! ... more less
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