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Newest reviews for Errisbeg House B&B

  • Ruth
      Germany
    August 19, 2014

    Richard is perfect gave me a wonerful route around the area, very friendly, had a lovely welcome in his house, you sleep in lovely decorated rooms, the breakfast is delicious, fresh fruits from the garden, richard did everything to make my stay perfect! it is a special place and not typical for an B&B!!!

    The location is not so easy to find, the sign is a little bit to small, it coud be a very bit cleaner

    8.8

  • Rachel
      United Kingdom
    August 15, 2014

    A very friendly and easy to talk to host, and an absolutely beautiful location! Different from all other B&B's around roundstone.

    10

  • Amy
      Ireland
    August 5, 2014

    I absolutely loved this B&B- the owner is an older splendid English gentleman in the best way possible- a quirky sort of Basil Fawlty character but utterly hospitable; dashing about to provide for his guests yet relaxing us with background classical music and a friendly manner. And of course he spoke French, need I say more?! So if you are happy to forgo a greasy sausage for homegrown fruit, homemade bread and jam, delicious coffee, fresh eggs and even manuka honey.... then this is the place for you! The room was cute- the bed was super comfy, the decor was old fashioned in all the right kind of ways and the garden views delightful! His new pup frolicked about the garden, only adding to the friendly atmosphere.

    I really can't complain about anything, perhaps this is more pricey than some places but it felt worth it! Some people might be disgruntled by the bathrooms being across the corridor from the rooms... whether this bothers you or not...I guess is individual! In the same way as some people might feel hard done by the lack of a greasy fry, this is definitely an individual preference, which was not an issue for me!

    9.6

  • Mary
      United Kingdom
    August 3, 2014

    Lovely gardens The easy attitude, more like a hotel, you could come and go as you pleased Very quiet and relaxing

    I was charged for two people even though I was a solo traveller

    7.1

  • Frank
      Ireland
    July 22, 2014

    house is beautiful, Owner very pleasant and could not do enough to make our stay special.

    Going home.

    8.8

  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    July 16, 2014

    Dining room fantastic. No residents lounge. Owner most helpful.

    No wardrobe in room

    8.3

  • Fred
      United Kingdom
    July 15, 2014

    Richard the host is exceptionally welcoming, accommodating and affable. Nothing is too much for him. The house and gardens are lovely, full of character, charming and comfortable. Breakfast was fresh, tasty and beautifully presented. The location and countryside are lovely. Excellent and exceptional B&B. 5 Stars.

    10

  • Margaret
      Ireland
    July 9, 2014

    A real treasure situated minutes from Roundstone by car with quiet laneway to walk back to village. Surrounded by unique Connemara garden. Gurteen beach only 5 minutes. Host was warm and welcoming and home produced juice and fruit at breakfast refreshing.

    To have to leave after two nights. I could have stayed on for a week

    9.2

  • Ivan
      Ireland
    June 24, 2014

    Errisbeg is a charming property, far from the bungalow type of B & B often encountered. Excellent location, a few minutes walk into Roundstone village. It has masses of character. However, the experience was entirely made by our host, Richard Duc de Stacpoole. We were really made to feel like we were his personal guests in his country home. He is an exceptional host. We will definitely return.

    Some reviewers complain of some bathrooms being external; some are but this is an early nineteenth century house & listed structure & I feel it should be accepted as such.

    10

  • Michael
      United Kingdom
    June 10, 2014

    Interesting house and garden.We stayed in the kings room which had large windows and a nice view of surrounding area. It is a short walk to Roundstone which has (good restaurants) if you dont want to take the car. Richard was the perfect host.

    7.5

  • Edward
      United Kingdom
    May 29, 2014

    The loveliest host we have ever had whilst away either travelling or on holiday (and we've done a fair bit). Richard really made our stay incredibly memorable and that combined with an amazing house, great food and a perfect location means we'd recommend staying there to anyone. Roundstone itself is wonderful especially the near by beaches of Gurteen bay and Dogs bay. Absolutely wonderful. Go see for yourself.

    Nothing

    10

  • Anonymous
      Ireland
    May 20, 2014

    Quietness. Darkness. Proximity to Roundstone. The dogs.

    Over priced. Breakfast at 9am earliest. No toast.

    6.3

  • Stephen
      Ireland
    April 12, 2014

    This is an excellent guest house. Richard the owner is so welcoming and friendly. A Beautiful home with amazing rooms and the location is perfect!

    10

  • Clare
      Ireland
    April 11, 2014

    The location is sublime. Richard is a perfect host and welcomes you to his home as if you were his own personal guests. The garden is full of surprises - check out Richard's 'Gentlemen' (Indian runner ducks).

    9.2

  • Gwen
      Ireland
    March 30, 2014

    The cosy sitting room and bedroom were great and the location and staff were fabulous. We loved the dogs and the hens and fowl wandering in the lovely grounds.

    It was March and we couldn't get the bathroom to warm up.

    9.2

  • Anonymous
      Ireland
    September 25, 2013

    location

    breakfast

    5

  • Anonymous
      Ireland
    September 11, 2013

    Loved the owner Richard,very friendly and informative,sent is off for a hike up Errisbeg hill, had walking sticks and umbrellas to borrow. The history of both the house and the Stackpool family just added to the experience. Richard cooked breakfast each morning , fresh eggs from free-range fowl in the garden the whole experience was unique and a little quirky but here enjoyable roundstone is beautiful with great pubs and restaurants to eat in

    The midges on the morning we left would have aye you alive

    9.2

  • Rod
      Australia
    September 8, 2013

    Richard is a charming host and Errisbeg House really is his family history - all part of the experience. The Conemarre is a wonderful part of Ireland with stunning scenery and walking possibilities. We loved our stay

    Internet is a bit dodgy sometimes - a very minor issue!

    9.6

  • Anonymous
      Italy
    August 26, 2013

    Lovable master

    Room and furnishing badly maintained, dusty. Photos give false impression

    5.4

  • Anonymous
      Ireland
    July 24, 2013

    the personal welcome and things being casual

    breakfast selection

    7.5

  • Priscilla
      United States of America
    July 17, 2013

    This place is a gem in the Connemara countryside! The house and the host have a fascinating history. The breakfast was delicious with wonderful homegrown items such as free-range eggs, heather honey, a delicious plum juice. The house is lovely and true to the photos. The host said they can do weddings if you're interested. This was by far my favorite B&B in Ireland! I just wish I could have stayed longer and learned more about the place.

    10

  • Carmel
      Australia
    July 9, 2013

    Richard, the owner was a delightful host. The room in his family home was very comfortable and welcoming. The house is in a very pretty area and there was lots to do. A car would be a definite advantage to staying there. The breakfast was very good.

    It should be stressed that there are no cash withdrawal facilities in the small town. As there are no credit card facilities at the accomodation prospective guests will need to plan ahead.

    8.8

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