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Fortfield Farm

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Richmond, Virginia
Reviewed 23 May 2016 via mobile

Thank you Brid for a most excellent and comfortable stay. We so enjoyed talking with you and your family and loved our comfortable bed and delicious breakfast. Your farm is beautiful and we will return.

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Madrid, Spain
Reviewed 23 July 2015

My family and me spent one night in this confortable B&B very near to visit the Cliffs of Moher and the Burren. Its also very near to take the Ferry over Shannon Bridge. The owner was a very kind woman, and she only wants to help us, tell us where we can we take something to dinner , even she...

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Reviewed 27 September 2014 via mobile

We visited this b&b during August and truly loved every bit of our stay... The hostess was really hospitable and delighted us with home made scones and tea along with fresh milk from the farm. The views from the lovely conservatory is charming and relaxing after a long day... We were also advised to visit the local pub for some...

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Richland Center, Wisconsin
Reviewed 22 June 2014

We stayed here for one night June 18, 2014. We were met at the door by Brid and received a warm welcome. This was the first place to offer us tea and home made scones and rhubarb jam. A delicious treat after a long drive. We were offered a nice sized room . We walked around the farm a bit...

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Pensacola, Florida
Reviewed 26 March 2014

We had a reservation for staying at Fortfield Farm on 3/31/13-4/1/13. After a long international flight, this was our first overnight reservation. We had driven a long way from Shannon, via Cliffs of Moher way to arrive at Fortfield around 5pm. We were excited to locate the property, and it's set in an idyllic countryside. We parked the rental car...

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Anderson, South Carolina
Reviewed 24 September 2012

The hostess here served us with warm scones and tea the evening we arrived. Our room was small, but tastefully decorated. We loved the long front room, where one can relax, looking out over beautiful scenery. These people are warm and friendly, and we would stay here again!

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Macedon, New York
Reviewed 27 June 2012

My husband & I spent the night of 3jun12 w/Bride & Sean after a VERY wet & windy trip to the cliffs. I was literally soaked to the skin & miserable upon discovering there are no coin op laundries to be had in Ireland. We already had yesterdays soaked clothes, & only 1 pants ea/ left for another week. She...

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2Thank kmcubed
Dublin, Ireland
Reviewed 3 September 2011

The proprietors were kind and welcoming, especially to our 5-year-old, whom they offered the chance to milk a cow. It was also fun to see the calves, barn cats and horse. A second bed had been set up for our child, so the bedroom was a little cramped. Good shower and excellent breakfast. The guest house has been run for...

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San Diego
Reviewed 20 April 2011

I booked one night at the Fortfield Farm for my 9 year old daughter and I. I thought it would be neat for her to stay on a farm. We had done the Ring of Kerry that day and had taken the car ferry across the Shannon estuary. Fortfield Farm is not very far at all from the ferry and...

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3Thank dcwoodley
Ky
Reviewed 7 June 2009

Our visit to Fortfield Farm was one of the true hightlights to our visit to Ireland. Brid and Sean Cunningham gave us a very warm welcome as they do with all of the guests. We were greeted with Irish scones, homemade jam and many cups of tea! Staying on a dairy farm gave you a true appreciation of the hard...

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Address: Donail | Kilimer, Kilrush, Ireland
Region: Ireland > Province of Munster > County Clare > Kilrush
Number of rooms: 5
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