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Seafield House - Clifden - Building
1
9,5 Excellent (456 reviews)
R1 252+
Overview
With a stay at Seafield House in Clifden, you'll be within a 5-minute walk of Station House Museum and Clifden Castle. This bed & breakfast is 9.2 mi (14.8 km) from Connemara National Park and 11.7 mi (18.9 km) from Kylemore Abbey. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 4 guestrooms. Business, Other Amenities Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
Heather Lodge B&B - Clifden - Building
2
9,6 Excellent (154 reviews)
R1 367+
10,0 Excellent
Pros: We were meet with a very friendly welcome and enjoyed our stay. Breakfast was excellent.... would definitely return
9,6 Excellent
Pros: The room was beautiful and big, we had a wonderful view. Jane is a very warm hostess. She also makes a great breakfast, the best we ate on our Ireland trip. The house is within walking distance of the city, everything is exactly as described.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Heather is amazing person. The hospitality was great. The place is perfect! The location is perfect. The rooms are really beautiful,clean and comfortable.
7,5 Good
Pros: Breakfast
Cons: Doors were old and hard to open & lock
9,2 Excellent
Pros: The proprietors were very hospitable and kind, the bed was comfortable and the breakfast was delicious. Couldn't ask for more
Cons: Just a bit far from town if you are walking with bags. Maybe it's better if you have a car. Also the water pressure in the shower was quite weak.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Jane is a lovely polite lady, her home is kept lovely and clean, food was fab,and she is situated perfectly overlooking the lake, near all amenities,I had a lovely relaxing time there, hope to return again,
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Very clean and very good breakfast.
9,6 Excellent
Pros: The view was incredible, staff very helpful, breakfast delicious, dogs super cute!!
Cons: The location was gorgeous but not as walkable as I would have liked - there are about 200 m of windy narrow roads that are dangerous to navigate on foot before you reach safety. The host recommended grabbing a taxi at night so we wouldn't get hit by a car!
10,0 Excellent
Pros: A warm welcome, beautiful view, huge and very clean room. Super delicious breakfasts. Everything was perfect
Cons: Nothing
Buttermilk Lodge Guesthouse - Clifden - Outdoor view
3
9,5 Excellent (338 reviews)
R1 414+
Overview Reviews
When you stay at Buttermilk Lodge Guesthouse in Clifden, you'll be in the suburbs, within a 10-minute walk of Clifden Castle and Station House Museum. Featured amenities include a computer station, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Free self parking is available onsite.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Very homey, comfortable . Hosts very friendly, helpful with local information and making inquiries on our behalf. Excellent breakfast.
9,0 Excellent
Pros: This place is incredibly well run and organized -- everything has been thought of. It's not a luxurious accommodation, but it's very comfortable and if we are ever in Clifden again, we will most certainly stay here. The breakfast is exceptionally good and in addition to the cold offerings, hot breakfasts are cooked to order. The pancakes with fruit and maple syrup are fantastic.
Cons: Everything was excellent.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: I had the most fantastic trip to Connemara, and staying at Buttermilk Lodge was one of the highlights of my trip to Ireland. Cathriona and Patrick were both incredibly hospitable, kind and welcoming, which was especially appreciated since I was travelling alone. The house is immaculate but so cosy too, and as well as an incredible view from my bedroom window, the vista upon leaving the guest house each morning took my breath away too! Special mention must be made of the wonderful breakfast, and Cathriona's utterly delicious homemade breads, and of course their adorable dog. I had a great time in Clifden, which will live long in the memory, and Buttermilk is the perfect location, being just a short walk from the main streets in the town. Thanks for a brilliant stay Cathriona and Patrick, I can't wait to come back!
Cons: Can't fault anything!
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Excellent breakfast with good gluten free options!
10,0 Excellent
Pros: The most organized hotel we've been to. They are prepared for every guest, whether you stay one night or one month. Clean, charming, delicious abundant breakfast, pretty room with all one needs. Tea and coffee in room and main salon. We highly recommend.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: We liked everything about Buttermilk. The best place we stayed in the whole of Ireland. The hosts were great, as was the breakfast, the room and the locality.
Cons: There was not anything that could have been better.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: It was very comfortable and professionally run great bed, shower, breakfast and staff. We would highly recommend
Cons: Nothing
10,0 Excellent
Pros: These folk really know how to get everything right all the time and have been doing it for years. The standard never slips which is why we return. Well worth the high rating.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Superb breakfasts with lots of choice. Tea and cake on arrival. Comfy beds, excellent location. 10/10.
Cons: Nothing.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: The house was very comfortable and welcoming. The hostess was lovely couldn't do enough for us.
Cons: Nothing
Rockmount House B&B - Clifden
4
9,5 Excellent (177 reviews)
R1 341+
Sharamore House - Clifden - Building
5
9,4 Excellent (583 reviews)
R1 488+
Overview Reviews
When you stay at Sharamore House in Clifden, you'll be by the sea, within a 15-minute drive of Connemara National Park and Kylemore Abbey. Featured amenities include limo/town car service, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and a library. Free self parking is available onsite.
9,6 Excellent
Pros: An amazing location with a fantastic breakfast of fruits and smoked salmon, big room with sitting area and large comfy bed.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Our hosts gave us a warm welcome and were friendly and helpful. The Guesthouse is in a quiet location, only a 5 minute drive from Clifden. Perfect location for scenic drives/ walks. The rooms are spacious, comfortable and spotlessly clean. Delicious breakfast!
Cons: N/A
9,6 Excellent
Pros: Excellent location and friendly staff!
Cons: Nothing
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Large comfortable house with welcoming atmosphere. Everything high quality, but very relaxed and not stuffy. Hosts are friendly and helpful. Breakfast is exceptional.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Great meal to start the day..very friendly owner and staff who were more than helpful with our questions and directions.
Cons: Everything was fine.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Our room was large with a view of Sky Road. The bathroom was exceptionally nice. Our host Sue, was very friendly and helpful. Recommended an excellent restaurant in town for dinner. Breakfast was gourmet.
9,6 Excellent
Pros: The breakfast The breakfast and oh the Breakfast. Honestly the location was fantastic, hosts went above and beyond to help make your trip flawless. And the breakfast was to die for❤️
Cons: All was great for me.
9,1 Excellent
Pros: great breakfast good location lovely staff spacious room
Cons: bed wasn't the most comfortable
8,3 Excellent
Pros: Breakfast was amazing, pretty views, very clean room.
Cons: There was a bit of a mix up regarding our arrival time (not their fault but made our arrival a bit awkward). The water jug in our room was empty when we arrived and by the time we noticed it was too late to ask for any, which is a small detail but annoying.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Breakfast menu memorable. Location very apposite for exploring the region and visiting Clifden.
Cons: The door to the bedroom was loose-fitting and sang too much in high wind!
9,5 Excellent
Pros: Had a wonderful stay at Sharamore. The owner Sue is warm and friendly. The breakfast is amazing with loads of choice, cooked to order and comes from the kitchen hot. We had a great view from our room and was quiet and peaceful.
Cons: Nothing
Waterfront Rest B&B - Clifden - Bedroom
6
9,3 Excellent (622 reviews)
R1 252+
Overview Reviews
The Waterfront Rest B&B is a beach-front property located on the peaceful Wild Atlantic Way in the heart of Connemara. Rooms overlook the beautiful water and free WiFi is available in public areas. The property is recommended by Le Guide du Routard. The traditionally decorated rooms feature a private shower room with a hairdryer. The rooms also boast views across the scenic shoreline. A full Irish or continental breakfast is served in the dining room every morning. The owner of the Waterfront Rest can help arrange the day’s activities, with fishing on the coast and hiking on the hills above the bay all on the property’s doorstep. The small town of Clifden is just over 3 miles away, with the beautiful Connemara National Park reached with 15 minutes’ drive.
9,6 Excellent
Pros: great location, great breakfast, great hostess
Cons: nothing
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Fantastic location. Very friendly. Good breakfast and comfortable room.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Location on the ocean, personalized food orders, ambience of the rooms, wonderful hosts. peaceful environment, quiet and dark in the rooms at night. Really clean.
Cons: Nothing, bed covers a bit too heavy for this time of year.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: The breakfast was fabulous! The location is stunning, peaceful and beautiful views across the water. Lydie is very welcoming and makes you feel right at home. A great stay!
Cons: The bathroom flooring could do with replacing, it was a bit tacky. Milk on the breakfast tables would be helpful, so that one doesn't have to keep getting up to use the milk from the buffet. The jams were great but we did miss marmalade. Small details easily rectified and did not affect our overall experience at all! We loved our stay!
8,8 Excellent
Pros: Great breakfast. Comfortable bed. Lovely host
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Lydia wonderful host , breakfast top!
9,6 Excellent
Pros: Waterfront Rest had great views. There is a long way and short way in along the road so read the instructions provided before you set out. Excellent information about restaurants to eat at were provided by Lydie.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: The hostess was very welcoming and the home fronts a beautiful lake. Very peaceful setting, just minutes from Clifden.
9,2 Excellent
Pros: Nice view over the sea. We saw even saels from our room. Nice situated near the border of the sea. Great hospitality. Well designed rooms. Excellent breakfast. 10 minutes drive from Clifden with many restaurants, singing bars and shops.
Cons: The room was a bit noisy, you could hear the neighbours, but not a big problem. After 10 pm it was really quiet.
8,3 Excellent
Pros: The breakfast was very good, especially the variaty of jams.
Cons: Too many rules on a list. We missed a shelf for the suitcase. And one hour (8:30 - 9:30) for having a breakfast is too short.
Dun Ri Guesthouse - Clifden - Bedroom
7
9,3 Excellent (563 reviews)
R1 267+
Overview Reviews
In a quiet corner of Clifden, this quiet haven of rich comfort and classic Irish hospitality is just 93 steps from the vibrant buzz of Clifden town centre. Dun Ri Guest House serves both full Irish and lighter breakfast options. All are freshly prepared with locally sourced produce, homemade breads and preserves. All bedrooms are en suite with modern amenities like TV, Wi-Fi, power showers, hairdryers, and luxurious bedding.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Everything excellent
10,0 Excellent
Pros: The peat fire burning in the lobby was a cozy touch. Also, we enjoyed meeting the family dog. We had a very comfortable stay.
9,2 Excellent
Pros: Very good stay, very clean room, very good breakfast and very nice host. Only a few minutes walk to the towncentre, where you can listen to fantastic musicians playing lovely trad music. The only negative with this stay, was a terrible duvet. But it's not the first and only stay with a terrible duvet: It's mostly all over. Back home in Norway, most people use a very light down duvet, and it's heaven compare to this thick and heavy blanket which feels like a ton on the feet.
Cons: Terrible duvet.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Room, breakfast and staff.
Cons: Nothing.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: A very pleasant guest house which was spotlessly clean . The owner and staff were very welcoming , free parking handy at the door and all just off the town centre. Breakfast was top notch Irish hospitality.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: The room was cozy, well-decorated, and exceptionally clean.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: This is our second time staying there great find. Will definitely stay again
8,8 Excellent
Cons: No cotton top sheet,blanket was too hot
8,8 Excellent
Pros: Comfortable bed, nice fire lighting in the front room on arrival
5,8 Okay
Cons: very cold. All the windows open. why?
Ardagh Hotel & Restaurant - Clifden - Building
8
9,2 Excellent (391 reviews)
R2 667+
Overview Reviews
When you stay at The Ardagh Hotel & Restaurant in Clifden, you'll be near the bay, within a 5-minute drive of Alcock and Brown Memorial and Clifden Castle. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: This place is a hidden gem. Family run and they are just lovely people. The hotel has the most amazing views and the restaurant there is fantastic! Our room was lovely, clean and modern with fabulous views and a super comfy bed. It was the most relaxing place I stayed in on my travels. Everyone I met there was lovely from staff to fellow travelers. Big bonus also it is pet friendly and their dog Bruce( who is a babe) is there to greet you. I could not recommend this place enough. Top class!!
Cons: I loved everything!
10,0 Excellent
Pros: All food was excellent. Staff very friendly and helpful. The lounge and bar was very comfortable. Small upstairs sitting area was comfortable too. Great views from all sea side rooms.
Cons: Nothing! We chose the cheaper room which didn’t have a sea view but was very comfortable.
5,8 Okay
Pros: Very clean and comfortable
Cons: Food was ridiculous price and ridiculous menu for normal people travelling sole fish €42 We had 2 cold meat salads and with our bill we reckoned we were charged €25 each we could not make up the bill any other way We won't be back
8,3 Excellent
Pros: Super location with wonderful views. It was lovely to just sit and watch the weather come rolling in, in the comfort of the cosy lounge.
Cons: Our shower could have been a little warmer
9,2 Excellent
Pros: The bed was very comfortable and had a lovely view of the garden from our bedroom. Our bedroom was a satisfactory size, bathroom a little small but lounge areas were beautifully decorated, comfortable and spacious. A good breakfast enjoyed, efficient, friendly staff Dinner in restaurant very nice, on the pricey side though however the value of the Aussie dollar does not help! Lovely views from restaurant. A wonderful stay overall!
Cons: Not having some hanging space in bathroom for travellers
9,2 Excellent
Pros: Position - though care required when exiting car park!
Cons: Food good if a bit pricey. Alternative bar food menu more reasonable but only available until 7pm.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: We travelled around Western Ireland seeking adventures along the Wild Atlantic Way. The Ardagh was by far our favorite accommodation! Everything was perfect, comfortable, delicious, and we were well taken care of by the fabulous staff. Bruce the dog was a pleasant highlight, and when you are here, you feel you are in the heart of everything that is magical about Ireland.
Cons: Not a thing!
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Very relaxing place
9,3 Excellent
Pros: The location was beautiful... Sunset over the water ...which you could see from our room...the clearness and quality of room were outstanding.... Would love the go back again.
Cons: No elevator ...my partner is disabled.
Abbeyglen Castle Hotel - Clifden - Building
9
9,0 Excellent (1 458 reviews)
R1 812+
Overview Reviews
Located in Clifden, Abbeyglen Castle Hotel is in a rural location, within a 15-minute walk of Clifden Castle and Station House Museum. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, a safe deposit box at the front desk, and an elevator. Free self parking is available onsite.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Was disappointed with the dinner. Place was fab
Cons: Meal itself
10,0 Excellent
Pros: It's out of this world. Everything is just perfect.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Exceptionally friendly and attentive staff in luxurious surroundings. This hotel has lots of old fashioned charm and a really pleasant ambience. The room was a lot more expensive than I would usually pay but after a 10 hour mountain hike I really appreciated the luxury. Best breakfast I've had in a hotel in a long time.
Cons: A free spa with swimming pool would be nice but the beautiful garden and surrounding landscape compensate for this.
5,0 Okay
Pros: Convenient location at the very beginning of absolutely stunning Sky Road and a few mins walk away from Clifden with its charming bars and restaurants
Cons: Lots of people here complained about facilities being dated and I was expecting to find a bit of a shabby chic situation in a beautiful historical environment. However the reality is much more prosaic, it simply is a 1970s-style drab motel rammed into a not that old manor house (the ‘castle’ was actually built in the 19 century however most of the stuff inside looks like it was purchased recently at flea markets). Mind boggles how management failed to invest resources into redesigning the space and inviting some exciting Irish chefs to make its restaurant a stand-alone destination given such a stiff competition from a nearby town.. a shame given its prime location and a sense of promise.
8,8 Excellent
Pros: Staff very hospitable, we had fun at this beautiful location.
Cons: Hot towel rails would be nice
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Everything was wonderful the place was first class and the staff was really nice and friendly could not of asked for better
9,6 Excellent
Pros: Beautiful scenery and location, room was very nice
Cons: Food was not good at all.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: One of the best vacation stays of my life. It was my wife's birthday and we celebrated with champagne and cake - a delightful experience. We'll be re-visiting as a part of our usual Ireland vacation schedule from now on.
Cons: We only stayed a few days to try it out. This was a mistake. The property is lovely and somehow, enhanced, by absolutely delightful staff. The owners there were engaging.
9,6 Excellent
Pros: Very comfortable. Loved being able to have a bath! All the extra touches like the afternoon tea and champagne at 6.00 made the stay a little bit special
Cons: Nothing.. everything was great.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Every member of staff was wonderful......friendly and helpful. We loved the champagne reception.....an excellent idea to get the guests to mingle. We met some lovely people from Germany, Texas and New Zealand. Brian's very humourous info re the history of Clifden was thoroughly entertaining!!
Cons: Can't think of anything to write here....except to add to the above that the food was excellent!!
Clifden Station House - Clifden - Building
10
9,0 Excellent (1 349 reviews)
R1 518+
Overview Reviews
Located in Clifden, Clifden Station House is in a shopping district, within a 5-minute walk of Station House Museum and Clifden Castle. Featured amenities include express check-out, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and dry cleaning/laundry services. This hotel has 2 meeting rooms available for events. Free self parking is available onsite.
8,3 Excellent
Pros: Comfortable bed and a bathroom with a bath as well as an overhead shower. Didn't get to use the leisure facilities and pool etc. Breakfast staff very cheerful and pleasant.
Cons: Feels like a chain hotel, nothing charming about it or its location not quite in the heart of Clifden.
9,6 Excellent
Pros: Breakfast very nice Staff very helpful
7,5 Good
Cons: The house band were poor enough.
7,9 Good
Pros: Friendly staff, good breakfast
Cons: Slightly rundown in parts but it’s ok. Solid 3*
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Location to shopping and restaurants
9,6 Excellent
Pros: Lovely apartment, lots of space and well stocked. Fantastic welcome pack with milk, juice, butter, cereal and milk.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: The staff were unbelievably friendly, we had a minor family emergency and front desk were fab, Aine was amazing and so helpful and the restaurant staff werr fantastic and were so good with young kids. The food in the restaurant was anazing also. I will be staying here again the next time i come to clifden.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Staff was very helpful. Leisure Center with pool, whirlpool, sauna, weight room, and steam room were all free for hotel guests. Breakfast was very nice, with a wide variety of food choices.
Cons: Don't take the SKY ROAD LOOP it has great views but is VERY treacherous driving.
9,2 Excellent
Cons: Get rid of the bath - no need
7,1 Good
Pros: Not cheap but comfortable and clean
Cons: Price
Foyles Hotel - Clifden - Building
11
9,0 Excellent (755 reviews)
R1 134+
Overview Reviews
With a stay at Foyles in Galway, you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Galway Cathedral and St. Nicholas' Collegiate Church. This hotel is 1.9 mi (3 km) from Galway City Museum and 2 mi (3.3 km) from Spanish Arch. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 27 guestrooms. Dining At Foyles, enjoy a satisfying meal at the restaurant. Business, Other Amenities Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
9,6 Excellent
Pros: Olde world nature of the premises location v central friendliness and attention of the staff
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Rooms were spacious with plenty of light. Tea supplies. Large bathroom. Convenient location.
9,2 Excellent
Pros: Full of character, family run - couldn't fault it.
9,0 Excellent
Pros: This was my first visit to Foyles' and for a great variety of reasons it will not be the last.
Cons: Nothing comes to mind.
7,9 Good
Pros: A lovely comfortable country hotel. Breakfast wonderful with plenty of fruit cereals and of course the big fry. Great location
Cons: No hot water for a shower at night. In the bar there was music but you had to pay in €8 So we went to another bar.
7,0 Good
Pros: Irish Breakfast was fantastic. Bed very comfy.
Cons: Lots of stair to room.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: The food is always excellent and the staff are just lovely! This is the best location in Clifden. Beautiful shops are very close to the hotel. And of course, the pubs are really fun with great food and staff.
9,2 Excellent
Pros: The choice of food available for breakfast was absolutely super. The staff couldn't have been more helpful and nothing was too much for them to do if you asked. The dining room itself is spacious and the atmosphere is lovely. I was really impressed with the homemade nature of the fruits and preserves and the overall impression was of a family-run place which cares rather than the impersonal nature of many bigger hotels. Can't wait to stay there again.
9,6 Excellent
Pros: Great small old school hotel
9,2 Excellent
Pros: I loved this hotel, because it felt so authentic - like once upon a time guests arrived in horses and carriages. Obviously, it's been updated a good few times since back in the day, but you know you've found a treasure when you walk into a hotel building that has original and graceful character and ambience. Foyles was friendly, genteel, genuine, spacious and was decorated very appropriately and there was a lovely breakfast room and a lovely dining room.
Cons: Like pretty much every hotel even in a higher price bracket, the sealant and grouting around the bath etc would benefit from a deep clean. In fact, although I enjoyed our ensuite bathroom with a lovely big window for natural light at the front of the building, it could do with a makeover. But then the price would go up; you pays your money, you takes your choice.......
All The Twos Lodge - Clifden - Stairs
12
9,0 Excellent (281 reviews)
R1 444+
Overview Reviews
At the edge of Clifden, All the Twos offers rooms with spacious bathrooms, and full Irish breakfasts. Guests can enjoy mountain views, free Wi-Fi, and free parking, 15 minutes’ drive from Connemara National Park. Each room at All the Twos provides a flat-screen LCD TV with satellite channels. Bathrooms feature power showers, free toiletries, and a hairdryer. Rooms also include a hospitality tray with tea and coffee, and many rooms boast mountain views. Breakfasts are served every morning, with a breakfast menu available, including a continental and buffet selection as well as hearty cooked breakfasts. All the Twos Guesthouse also features a large comfortable guest sitting room with various games. Safe storage for bicycles is available, and there is a swimming pool and spa just a 2-minute walk away, and historic Kylemore Abbey is 8 km from the guesthouse. Inishbofin Island is 10 km away, accessible by the ferry.
9,6 Excellent
Pros: Breakfast was excellent
9,6 Excellent
Pros: Warm welcome, beautiful house, spacious rooms, high quality accommodation, lovely breakfast with menu options cooked to perfection. A few minutes walk from lovely town of Clifden with lots of bars, restaurants, live music etc.
9,2 Excellent
Pros: Comfort of bed was excellent. Staff very friendly.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: I dealt with owner in all matters and she was friendly and obliging. It was a comfortable room. Clean and well furnished. Tea and coffee making. No fridge in the room - didn't bother me.
Cons: Nothing !! All good.
8,8 Excellent
Pros: The owner was very welcoming. We asked for gluten free breakfast and automatically received it with extra care.
Cons: The room was a bit too small for 4 people but they let us know about it in advance so we weren't surprised..
9,6 Excellent
Pros: Breakfast was excellent, good combination, loved the bacon
Cons: Room a bit dark.
9,6 Excellent
Pros: I had a wonderful stay at the All the Twos!! Beautiful house, calm and quiet, absolutely lovely hosts and staff, very good breakfast!! Would definitely recommend it!!!
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Room size was great.
Cons: Towels are too small for being bath towels. They hardly cover you up.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Miss Maureen was such a lovely lady and so cheerful and funny. The house was quiet and immaculate and the lady who made breakfast was also very friendly and the breakfast was delicious It’s a 10 minute walk from town and just a lovely place to stay for peace and quiet
Cons: I have nothing I didn’t like about it
8,8 Excellent
Pros: Comfortable, quiet and friendly staff/owner. Lots of parking and handy location
Cons: The WiFi wouldn’t work on our phones
Ocean Villa - Clifden - Building
13
8,9 Excellent (299 reviews)
R1 341+
Overview Reviews
Located in Clifden, Ocean Villa is near the bay, within a 10-minute drive of Clifden Castle and Station House Museum. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Amazing place and lovely owners. We come back!!!!
Cons: Nothing
9,6 Excellent
Pros: Wonderful breakfast, beautiful location. Would absolutely go again!!
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Fantastic breakfast. Kind owners and very helpful.
7,5 Good
Pros: Quiet location, pretty surroundings, lovely breakfast
9,2 Excellent
Pros: The location is wonderful, the views amazing and the hosts are very friendly and helpful. The breakfast was also excellent.
Cons: Some people might find the property a little dated, but it is clearly a family home.
8,8 Excellent
Pros: Fantastic breakfast and friendly hosts.
Cons: It was quite a drive to get into town.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: The setting of this B&B was amazing. The view out of our window was of an inlet of water and the rugged surrounding area. The owner, Martin, and his daughter could not have been more welcoming and friendly. There was a wonderful walk along the waterway that we loved before dinner. Martin suggested we go to Cleggen for dinner which we did and had delicious dinner. Our morning breakfast was great and very filling. We would definitely come back here again!
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Such a lovely place with lovely staff. We arrived and then took a long walk in the area which was so beautiful. And the breakfast the morning after was perfect:)
9,6 Excellent
Pros: Owners did a wonderful job making the stay hospitable: great breakfast, good tips on the surroundings. The place also has nice seating if you want to relax.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Great location great service great breakfast
Arch Guesthouse - Clifden - Bedroom
14
8,7 Excellent (339 reviews)
R1 090+
Overview Reviews
Arch Guest House offers bed and breakfast accommodation in the centre of Clifden. The B&B has a courtyard garden and free Wi-Fi access. Continental and full Irish breakfasts are available. A non-smoking guest house, The Arch has 9 en suite, spacious rooms with comfortable beds and luxury linens. Rooms contain bedside lockers, hairdryers and free toiletries. The guest house is on the main street in Clifden, so pubs, restaurants, gift shops and art galleries are very close by. The house is across the road from the local bus stop and the Sky Road is a 5-minute walk. There are 3 floors, but unfortunately no lift.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Love the way into property and excellent hosts. We had a great stay. Thank you.
Cons: Everything was really nice, excellent breakfast.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: The ambiance and decor
Cons: Nothing
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Everything about this place was first rate.
9,6 Excellent
Pros: A nice clean room, good bed. Good location in the centre.
Cons: The vew.
8,8 Excellent
Pros: Beds very comfortable!
9,2 Excellent
Pros: Location and friendly staff
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Loved the place. Run by a very friendly and helpful lady. Nothing to complain about.
Cons: nothing. Good value for money
7,1 Good
Pros: It was very central and staff were lovely.
Cons: The room had a damp smell. We got very few towels.
7,5 Good
Pros: Attention to detail with the breakfast and the touches in making the breakfast room cosy. Very pleasant stay.
Cons: Anke, we missed your touches at breakfast, day 2!
9,6 Excellent
Pros: Host very helpful. Place very central.
6,0 Good
Pros: peace and quiet
6,3 Good
Cons: The service could have been friendlier.
4,0 Okay
Pros: centralised location
Cons: Service on first day, very unwelcoming. However this did seem to improve. Only one member of staffwas present throughout our stay, subsequently they appeared to be rushed off their feet. At breakfast we had to wait and wait to be served as this member of staff was all alone. We stayed for two nights, during which time our room was not cleaned, mugs remained unwashed, tea and coffee not replenished. This b and b was cheap however you would at least expect the basics to be takn care of.
5,3 Okay
Pros: The breakfast was vey nice and the room was comfortable with a nice ensuite
Cons: I thought whatever guy running it was a bit cold. Not very friendly.
4,7 Okay
Pros: In clifden center, cant argue with that. Not the worst places we've stayed in by far.
6,4 Good
Pros: Everything was very easy and the breakfast was great.!
Cons:
4,4 Okay
Pros: Very convenient to town centre
Cons: This is a very basic guesthouse at a high price. 50 euro per double room would be more appropriate. The shower pressure was pathetic. Be careful at chech out, they converted my bill to my own currency without asking which added another 3.5% to an already too high bill.
7,2 Good
Pros: We've been warmly welcomed even if we arrived very late in the evening!Beds are very comfortable !!!
Cons: The family room is a little too small ... ok for one nighy, but too small for a longer stay.
4,8 Okay
Pros: The breakfast was ok and staff very friendly
Cons: the room was too small for a double and single bed & bathroom needs a shelf for washbag
6,8 Good
Pros: We were made to feel very welcome. Nothing was too much trouble for the owner
Cons:
Connemara Country Lodge Guesthouse - Clifden
15
8,8 Excellent (45 reviews)
R1 581+
Racecourse Lodge Apartment - Clifden - Bedroom
16
9,6 Excellent (11 reviews)
R1 002+
Overview Reviews
With a stay at this apartment in Clifden, you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Clifden Castle and Station House Museum. Free self parking is available onsite.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Spotlessly clean. Lovely quiet location. Very comfortable. Would definitely recommend without hesitation 10/10
Cons: Nothing
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Immaculate rental. Very comfortable and clean. Short stroll to town to access all the local amenities, bars and restaurants or shops. Parking available on site.
Cons: Nothing not to like about this place. Host was on hand but didn’t need to trouble them as everything was there.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: We had a fantastic 3 night stay. The hosts were so friendly and it was extremely clean. It was like we were the first people ever to stay! It was so spacious especially with kids and the facilities were super, much more than we expected. You can't go wrong here for a great stay in Clifden.
9,6 Excellent
Pros: We were very impressed with the apartment. It is really big, well renovated, and so clean! The kitchenette is one of the best equipped ones we had during our stay in Ireland. We even had a range of spices and herbs at our disposal. It is located just at the edge of Clifden, in a very calm neighbourhood and at the same time it is close to the city center. We would definitely come back to stay here.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Lovely appartement, near the centre of the town , but in a green area very quiet. It has everthing you need. And Anita is very nice.
9,6 Excellent
Pros: Very spacious three bedroom apartment, all en-suite. Elegantly furnished with all new amenities. Warm and welcoming place, 10 min walk from town centre and shopping facilities.
9,2 Excellent
Pros: Very warm comfortable stay, spacious apartment ideal for a family stay
Cons: Windows not ideal for children
Alcock & Brown Hotel - Clifden - Building
17
8,1 Excellent (496 reviews)
R1 355+
Overview Reviews
With a stay at Alcock & Brown Hotel in Clifden, you'll be on the waterfront, just a 3-minute walk from Clifden Castle and 6 minutes by foot from Station House Museum. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby and dry cleaning/laundry services.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Staff were excellent . Lovely breakfast
6,7 Good
Pros: breakfast was extra, and as I am not a big breakfast eater it was too expensive. I am just a coffee and toast person and 10 Euro seems exorbitant.
Cons: no elevator, which may be fine if hail and hearty, a nice young lady carried our cases up 3 flights of stairs, which was nice, but checking out we had to drag suitcases down. Not 21st century, not even 20th No parking on site, but apparently that goes for most places. Shower needs upgrading-----a little better than warm would be nice
10,0 Excellent
Pros: We enjoyed the comfort of our double room. We enjoyed the buffet and staff service for both breakfasts.
Cons: Having to carry our baggage up a flight of stairs.
9,6 Excellent
Pros: In the middle of Clifden
5,8 Okay
Pros: location was great and bed real comfortable.
Cons: musty smell in wardrobe and woke in middle night with bottles been thrown in a bin somewhere
8,8 Excellent
Pros: The staff were excellent
Cons: The bathroom could be upgraded
7,9 Good
Pros: Small hotel well located right on the Square in Clifden . A little old fashioned but comfortable.Breakfast ok .Bedrooms comfortable and beds and bathroom facilities good.Wifi present throughout.
Cons: Breakfast lacked variety especially for non fry guests.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Alcock and Brown was a lovely, comfortable stay. We especially enjoyed Irish coffees in front of the fireplace in the lobby....the location is smack dab in the heart of it all...plenty of street parking payable by a fee until 6 pm..overnight is free until 11 a.m. although one can park across the street at the Supervalue parki
5,4 Okay
Pros: The location.
Cons: Firstly i have to say that the hotel is in a superb location, right in the middle of town and everything is on the doorstep, but as far as compliments go, that's about it. The hotel is very tired and desperately needs a refurb. Firstly on arriving in Clifden I phoned the hotel to ask where the 'paid, private parking on-site' was, simple answer, there isn't any, it's park on the road and pay for it or park in the supermarket car park, over the road from the hotel, which is locked after 9pm. On entering there is a distinct 'musty' smell. We checked in and were directed to our rooms, on the top floor at the rear of the hotel. We had travelled to Ireland this time with my 83 year old mother-in-law, who is very fit and able for her age, I asked where the lift was, simple answer is, they don't have one. This is not made clear in their listing. It was a major problem for another couple checking in at the same time. The room itself was clean and tidy, although the bathroom was in desperate need of attention, there was a large hole in the inside of the bath which would preclude it's use as a bath, shower was fine. The extractor fan was that loud and off balance it would wake up anyone sleeping in the room. Dining, my wife is a ceoliac which anywhere else in Ireland isn't a issue, their menu is very limited generally but if you have an allergy it's pretty poor, fortunately there are numerous places to eat out in town that do have good menus. Breakfast was ok but pretty basic and again very poor for ceoliacs, no gluten free cereals and on the second morning they had to nip over the road to Supervalue to get some Gluten free bread. All in all, not impressed and I would be fairly desperate to use this hotel again. It does not live up to it's listing.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Great food.great Guinness great craic
Cons: Nothing ever thing was spot on