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Heather Lodge B&B - Clifden - Building
1
9,7 Excellent (136 reviews)
R1 412+
9,3 Excellent
Pros: Immaculately clean. Great, modern bathroom. Lovely host. Breakfast was very good. They have chickens on site, have the scrambled eggs!
Cons: It's a small bit outside the town, there is no footpath. It would be very dangerous to walk that road to get to town. You will need taxis if your planning on having alcohol.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: The place is in a very nice location and the house is filled with many lovely details. The house is super clean and the rooms are very generous in size. Super comfy bed too. And the owner is such a lovely lady. Will come back for sure.
Cons: Absolutely nothing.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Jane was lovely!!! Her Dogs are so sweet, the room, the breakfast, everything was perfekt!!
Cons: -
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Every thing was excellent.Jane was the perfect hostess.A very lovely break.Heather lodge is a real home from home
9,5 Excellent
Pros: The hostess was really very pleasant and helpfully. The facilities provided were top rated.
7,5 Good
Pros: Breakfast
Cons: Doors were old and hard to open & lock
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Beautiful view from our comfortable bedroom, and lovely hosts, only a short walk from Clifden town centre
9,3 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,
9,5 Excellent
Pros: Lovely views out of front facing windows. A great breakfast and tea making facilities in the room were most welcome.
Rockmount House B&B - Clifden - Building
2
9,6 Excellent (184 reviews)
R1 386+
Overview Reviews
Situated along the wild Atlantic Way, Rockmount House has a private walking trail to the cliffs where you might see the dolphins. Rockmount House is recommended by the Guide du Routard and offers Atlantic views and free parking. Just 5 km from Clifden town, guests can enjoy orthopaedic beds and full Irish breakfasts. Bright and airy, every room at Rockmount House B&B includes real timber floors, free Wi-Fi, and a private shower room with a hairdryer. All rooms also include a TV. A broad breakfast menu is served every morning, with a choice of hearty cooked breakfasts as well as locally smoked salmon and scrambled eggs, and fresh coffee. The gardens and mountain views can be enjoyed from the front of the house, and the walking trail leads to views of the Errislannan Peninsula and Clifden Bay. You can walk to Clifden along the coastal road, with the ruins of Clifden Castle on the way.
8,3 Excellent
Pros: The kids had a lot of fun with the family dog.
9,5 Excellent
Pros: Very clean and quiet. Anne was lovely and made a very good breakfast. The plus: the small path in their garden to go to the cliffs.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Lovely cosy B&B. Great location with a private walk to the cliffs behind the property. Very clean and delicious breakfast. Lovely hosts.
Cons: Nothing
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Beautiful sea view from window
Cons: Would have liked tea facilities in bedroom
9,5 Excellent
Pros: Our hosts were so friendly! It was just an oasis after a 4-5 hours drive. The first who greeted us was their lovely border collie Donnie. She is such a playful dog and also showed us the path to the back garden where you can go to the cliff. I the room we had everything we needed and a beautiful view to the back garden. Breakfast was fantastic! I can't recommend this place enough! Thank you for out wonderfull stay!
Cons: For the first time don't ride to there is the dark, small roads and cliffs on one side. Trip is so worth it tough! You also need to take the lower sky road.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: I was so pleased with my stay at Rockmount House. Anne was such a gracious host and was so nice to fix me a sandwich when I arrived so I wouldn't have to venture back out that night. She truly went over and above with her kindness. The road getting to the property is narrow, but it's in such a beautiful location that it is worth it. Their beautiful collie, Bonnie, was a wonderful greeter to the house and said goodbye to me as I was leaving the next day. The breakfast was wonderful, and my room was immaculate and comfortable. I loved walking out to the cliffs behind the house and having it all to myself. A wonderful stay!
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Loved the view from our room and the walk to the cliffs on the property guided by their Collie. The breakfast was delicious and the innkeepers were extremely warm and helpful.
Cons: The road getting there.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Position and kindness
9,5 Excellent
Pros: Very warm welcome from host and from host's dog! plenty of room in the bedroom, and bathroom fine. Excellent choices for breakfast . Dishes were beautifully presented and very wholesome indeed. No lunches needed after a Rockmount breakfast. Overall an excellent places to have stayed, and would happily go back again.
Cons: None really. Some may find the single track Sky Road from Clifden a challenge, especially in the height of the season (it must be about three miles out of Clifden). Some may also find the payment in cash rather than by card also a shock. there is plenty of notice that this is the case once you are there, and also on the booking.com website.
9,3 Excellent
Pros: Great stay, house owners are an absolutely pleasure and so helpful. Breakfast was lovely all mornings.
Seafield House B&B - Clifden - Building
3
9,5 Excellent (423 reviews)
R1 294+
Overview Reviews
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.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: We had room number 1. It is upstairs. I never slept in a loft before. It was novel for me. I liked the rural setting in the Connemara countryside and that it was on Sky Road, a scenic road that had been on my bucket list.
Cons: It was a tortuous drive along Sky Road. I would suggest to the owners that they put up on the signs to their property how much further to go. But they have been doing it successfully for 15 years.....
8,3 Excellent
Pros: very friendly host
Cons: approach to house was a little difficult
10,0 Excellent
Pros: The room was amazingly cosy and big. The beds were very comfortable. The breakfast was delicious!
9,5 Excellent
Pros: The location was wonderful, directly on the low sky road. From our window you could see the sea and with a small walk from the house you can arrive on the cliffs. The host has been very nice and helpful. The pancakes at breakfast were delicious.
9,3 Excellent
Pros: Nice host, great breakfast
Cons: Nothing
7,0 Good
Pros: The bedroom was v comfortable the host was very helpful and friendly
10,0 Excellent
Pros: It was a really great journey, with hote so kindly. The view from the room was incredible. Breakfast too. I recommand.
Cons: Nothing
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Seafield House is on Sky Road, in a beautiful hillside setting. We enjoyed driving around the narrow roads above it, searching for the ideal spot to see the sun set over the sea. (We found it!) The welcome was terrific; Sinead has a relaxed, understated way of making you feel at home. The room and en suite were new and smart. The breakfast options were impressive. We went for the scrambled eggs and smoked salmon, which were delicious. It was handy to have the use of a communal sitting room. I'm afraid I broke a glass shelf in the bathroom, but Sinead was so gracious about it. All round, an ideal place to stay - and Clifden itself is an extremely attractive town.
Cons: Nothing!
10,0 Excellent
Pros: The owner is super nice. Gave lots of advices. There is a walk at the back of the house. Great for family with kids. Loved it
Dun Ri Guesthouse - Clifden - Bedroom
4
9,4 Excellent (558 reviews)
R1 310+
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.
7,0 Good
Pros: Comfy bed, clean room, fluffy towels
9,5 Excellent
Pros: The owner and staff were excellent. All were friendly and accommodating. When we ran into a problem, he helped us without a thought.
7,5 Good
Pros: The cleanliness, location, and staff
Cons: N/A
10,0 Excellent
Pros: The place was super clean, the food was all home made and fantastic and the bed was prefect, all in all the prefect location.....
Cons: Nothing...
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Perfect place to stay when visiting Clifden
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Very clean. Great choice for breakfast. Friendly staff. Good location.
9,5 Excellent
Pros: Good location - very good advice from owner about area
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Clean , great breakfast and stored my fishing rods from the roof rack
Cons: Nothing although I would prefer tea and coffee in the room
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Spotless. Great value. Great breakfast.
Buttermilk Lodge Guesthouse - Clifden - Outdoor view
5
9,4 Excellent (296 reviews)
R1 462+
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.
9,3 Excellent
Pros: Was in a great spot to do the hiking trails I wanted. The room was large and the breakfast was great.
9,5 Excellent
Pros: Lovely breakfast and all that was needed for a super stay.
8,3 Excellent
Pros: breakfast was great
9,5 Excellent
Pros: The most delicious breakfast ever with a fantastic choice. Really lovely genuine people. Spotlessly clean.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Near town center, good breakfast, friendly
8,0 Excellent
Pros: Cosy, warm and clean
Cons: Taps in the wash basin hot & cold are separate. Archaic. If you want lukewarm water how is one supposed to do it?
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Greeting on arrival with Coffee and information. Comfy bed.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Breakfast was great ! Staff and house landlord and landlady were very helpful ! Shower was difficult to use and tough to get into however I am used to the poor water pressure as I grew up in the south of Ireland ! Overall it was an excellent stay overall !
10,0 Excellent
Pros: The owner prepared excellent Irish breakfast and was very helpful with local things to do.
Cons: Parking area is a bit congested as guesthouse was full
8,3 Excellent
Pros: Lovely host, good location and fantastic breakfast
Cons: There were little cow ornaments everywhere and the decorating was very dated.
Waterfront Rest B&B - Clifden - Bedroom
6
9,3 Excellent (581 reviews)
R1 294+
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.
9,5 Excellent
Pros: Very quiet place and clean, ovner Lydie very friendly and helpful.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Wonderful location. Friendly and efficient host. Great breakfasts. Superb views from bedroom window.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Beautiful spot on the Sky Road. Good directions from owner The view from our room Good family room Good breakfast
Cons: Nothing
5,0 Okay
Pros: Schimmel!! Gesundheitsgefährdend! The bathrom smelt terribly of grey - it is a health risk to stay in this room. I had lung problems for 3 days and had to find a possibility to wash myself elswhere. We wanted to print our flighttickets and were told, they had no printer, so we had to go to another hostel. In the morning though it wasn't a problem to print the Recipt of our payment. Breakfast is for only one hour 8.30-9.30. check-in has to be between 4pm-6.30pm. Children are not allowed.
Cons: Schimmel!! Gesundheitsgefährdend! The bathrom smelt terribly of grey - it is a health risk to stay in this room. I had lung problems for 3 days and had to find a possibility to wash myself elswhere. We wanted to print our flighttickets and were told, they had no printer, so we had to go to another hostel. In the morning though it wasn't a problem to print the Recipt of our payment. Breakfast is for only one hour 8.30-9.30. check-in has to be between 4pm-6.30pm. Children are not allowed.
8,8 Excellent
Pros: We had an amazing welcome by the owner, she was really nice and friendly. Our room was big enough for the 4 of us and the view from the room was beautiful! The breakfast there is home made and really tasty. And the price of the room was really reasonable compare to the quality that we got!
Cons: The only thing I can think of it’s the low pressure of the water in the bathroom and the WiFi did not work so well but this did not ruin our stay, it was not a big deal!
6,8 Good
Pros: The room was lovely. Owner was very nice and friendly.
Cons: Check in time of 6.30 is too early. Shower entry was tiny as panels are too wide. Just managed to get in and out of it. Was noisy from other people during the night.
8,3 Excellent
Pros: Lydie was so friendly and helpful.
Cons: Poor coffee and tea facilities in the room.
7,0 Good
Pros: The location. The view. The welcoming and kindness of hosts
Cons: Old bed fournitures, especially the mattress
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Pulling up to Waterfront Rest along the Sky Road you find an immaculately kept, beautiful place, with the most calming view of the water. The rooms are comfortable and cozy with anything you could need to be comfortable. And Lydie was the loveliest host! The breakfast was also phenomenal and the homemade jams and homemade Nutella a real treat! The Sky road is narrow, but you aren’t on it for too long if you are making your way into Clifden. Following our host’s recommendation we ate at Mitchell’s Seafood Restaurant where we had a really delicious meal. I was traveling with my mom and sister and we were so happy we chose Waterfront Rest to stay!
8,8 Excellent
Pros: The room was spotless, the bed very comfy. The grounds and view were just magnificent. Breakfast was very nice including some homemade jams and spreads as well as a full selection of hot entrees. The owner, Lydie, was quite helpful and recommended a lovely route down the coast and was knowledgeable about driving times and other practical details that would let us get in to Limerick in time to meet friends for dinner. The scenery is spectacular, and you're right on the coast.
Cons: I found the shower difficult to figure out. So did my partner. We have been in lots of hotels and beds and breakfast that have the dual control, 1 flow and 1 heat, but this one stymied us. . . The options were freezing cold or boiling hot. We couldn't find anything in the middle. To be fair we were only there one night and we did not ask the hostess about how to adjust it, and if we had done so perhaps she could have told us.
Sharamore House - Clifden - Building
7
9,3 Excellent (562 reviews)
R1 538+
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.
9,5 Excellent
Pros: Sue is a great host! She helps you finding the right thing to do, the best dinner to eat and organizes tickets. Her breakfast menu is a dream! The rooms are nicely decorated, bright and friendly. The view was wonderful!
Cons: It is a bit too far (and too dangerous) to walk to Clifden. You have to drive or take a taxi (which is easy and not too expensive). But that makes the place quiet and beautiful.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: House and rooms were lovely.The hostess was delightful and very helpful.The area was beautiful and the guests were from around the world
Cons: Nothing
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Sue was a great hostess. Her breakfast was superb. The room and bath were comfy, clean and spacious. Sue was able to visit with us over breakfast and provide us with info to out of the way treasures to visit.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Everything! Great location, very well appointed and the host and food were lovely
Cons: Nothing
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Thank you Sue for your welcome and your good advice. We enjoyed the peace, the room and the famous irish breakfast.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Warm, friendly genuine owners. Lovely people.
Cons: Nothing. We liked everything.
9,3 Excellent
Pros: Warm welcome. Clean comfortable room. Excellent breakfast. Helpful hostess.
Cons: Nothing.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Lovely B&B!
9,1 Excellent
Pros: great breakfast good location lovely staff spacious room
Cons: bed wasn't the most comfortable
6,3 Good
Pros: About 10 mins drive from Clifden the house is quite well located in the stunning Connemara region. Our twin room was basic but with comfortable beds. Breakfast was good. But we felt our room was very plain and not conducive to sitting in comfortably, we found it hard to get any rapport with the hosts, and it was quite pricey.
Cons: We didn't feel particularly welcomed here unfortunately, unlike everywhere else in Ireland. The room was rather plain and the bath towels were very small.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Sue and John are just great. You immediately feel at home. Sharamore House is the reason why we like B&Bs. You can see and smell the Atlantic Ocean and even in the morning you can taste it while eating the fantastic breakfast variations e.g. with home made, smoked pollock. Clifden is near, but also the little island of Omey. Sue and John know the region very well, they give advice for hiking or fishing tours, restaurants.... It was a perfect place to start our Connemara journey.
Abbeyglen Castle Hotel - Clifden - Bedroom
8
9,1 Excellent (1 402 reviews)
R1 873+
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 (lift). Free self parking is available onsite.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: We had such a warm welcome from the staff and the castle itself is gorgeous! Our room was amazing, it captures the ambiance perfectly and we felt like we truly stayed in a castle. The food, drinks and people you meet are the best part of this place! Make sure you go to the viewing point on sky road. Clifden is a rare gem!
9,5 Excellent
Pros: The beds,the food & wine.. the ambience..all fabulous as usual . A home frome home.A returned visitor.
Cons: Staff are usually friendly but there's always one wherever you go.
7,5 Good
Pros: Buffet breakfast was great. Complimentary afternoon tea provided as well as champagne and talk on the history of the castle - very interesting. Would recommend this property.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: The staff here are excellent. The welcome was warm and friendly and everyone from the receptionist to the waiting staff were top notch. The manager was truly exceptional in his approach to all guests, from his late nite piano session and singalong in the bar to his skills in the restaurant. The food here is 2nd to none with a dessert buffet t hat had my partner drooling!!!! The bed in our room was super comfortable and towels were plentiful and changed regularly. We stay in lots of hotels and we enjoyed every minute here. A real gem!!!!! Great location for seeing the sights!
9,3 Excellent
Pros: Very relaxed and friendly.
Cons: I thought it a little overpriced. We paid 254 euro b & b and 93 Euro for dinner for two.
9,3 Excellent
Pros: We adored the Abbeyglen Castle Hotel! My teenage daughter totally fell in love with the hotel, the way it really makes you feel like you are staying at a castle. It is all in the details: the furniture, the decorations, the fireplace, the four-poster bed. Also, the complimentary tea and scones in the afternoon and the prosecco reception in the evening are very nice touches. The hotel seemed quite popular with Americans, but I can recommend also to anybody from the continental Europe for an absolutely unique experience.
7,0 Good
Cons: Slightly feel it is more of a show.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Loved it!
9,5 Excellent
Pros: Beautiful property and room. Loved the pub and Roger the bartender.
5,8 Okay
Pros: Beautiful location
Cons: Very warn down. Really needs and update!!
The Ardagh Hotel & Restaurant - Clifden - Building
9
9,1 Excellent (428 reviews)
R2 756+
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.
9,3 Excellent
Pros: Could not say enough about the staff from all aspects of a a hotel stay it was excellent. Thanks.
Cons: Staff and their Attention to detail and work ethic.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: The owners were very friendly and there was nothing two much trouble for them. the food was first rate and the breakfast had a continental, scandinavian twist which was delightful. when and if i am in the area again, i will definitely stay there again
Cons: I cannot think of any improvements that could be made to make our stay any better
10,0 Excellent
Pros: An absolute gem. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay, particularly as our dog was welcome in all parts other than, quite correctly, the dining room. The food was excellent as was the service, always with a smile and at no time did we ever feel that we were anything other than a valued guest from the moment we were met and warmly greeted by Bruce, the house dog who became a great pal of Rocky ( our dog ) The setting is amazing, to sit out at the front with a drink while watching the sun set over the Atlantic was awesome as was the same scene from the first floor dining/breakfast room. Do hope we get the opportunity to be there again, very soon!
Cons: Having to leave !
8,8 Excellent
Pros: Location was quiet. We had a lovely room overlooking the sea. Breakfast was very good and the hotel restaurant was excellent. Very comfortable and large bar area for relaxing after a days sightseeing.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Very comfortable and clean. Genuinely dog-friendly. Could dine with my dog in the bar. Lovely view in a good location. Good food and friendly efficient staff.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: On arrival the door was opened for us and we were met with friendly receptionists who insisted on showing us to our room and one who had carried one of our bags to the room before we noticed. We were informed about the hotel layout, the garden, their own vegetable garden which they cook with and their lovely restaurant. We were given homemade cake and fresh milk for our room and the kettle was switched on for us before they left our room! What a fabulous service! Great breakfast selection and delicious. We brought our dog with us and she was made very welcome. We will return as we had such a lovely stay.
Cons: Having to leave!
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Beautiful hotel! The restaurant was amazing fresh organic food from their very own gardens.
9,5 Excellent
Pros: Hotel, staff and location all fabulous
Cons: not applicable
9,3 Excellent
Pros: Amazing location, spectacular food and welcoming staff. Will definitely go back again.
9,5 Excellent
Pros: Nice and quiet area, very nice Staff, beautiful surroundings, great food.I liked bar area with fireplace.Very relaxing.No complaints.
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.
Clifden Station House - Clifden - Building
10
9,0 Excellent (1 217 reviews)
R1 568+
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.
9,5 Excellent
Pros: Breakfast was fabulous. Our room was perfect. Staff excellent.
Cons: I would have liked a small fridge
5,5 Okay
Pros: Breakfast was lovely!
Cons: Basement/ground level room had a view of the parking lot including headlights that shined in our room all.night.long. Beds were uncomfortable and rooms had thin walks and ceiling.
7,0 Good
Pros: Very pricey for a 3 star basic hotel. Great location. Decent breakfast.
Cons: Decor is bland.
9,3 Excellent
Pros: Staff at front desk very friendly and advice of what to n the area very good !
Cons: Nothing great time
9,5 Excellent
Pros: When we checked into our apartment, to our surprise there was a carton of milk, orange juice and butter in the fridge followed by mini packets of cereal and lovely homemade sliced brown bread. Also had plenty supplies for making lots of tea and coffee. It provided us with breakfasts for the two mornings. In addition when we got back to the apartment after the first day we had lovely fresh scones awaiting us on the table. Such a nice touch.
6,8 Good
Pros: Beds comfy enough. Great location. Great breakfast. Staff.
Cons: Room too hot. Bathroom tired, shower poor. Fan not working, a few other issues. Very poor value for money
8,3 Excellent
Pros: The hotel is very central to the town with a great selection of pubs and restaurants. There was a large selection for breakfast and the hotel restaurant had a good choice.
Cons: the hotel beds were only doubles
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Anne Marie Kelly must take great credit for the friendly and efficient way she runs this hotel. It was our third visit and we would always return if in this area.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Great location, lots of parking, huge comfortable bed, great restaurant
Cons: The swimming pool Was a little tired and perhaps needs to have dedicated hours for adult swimming/ children’s play
10,0 Excellent
Pros: The whole experience was fantastic. From the lovely welcome and fresh scones upon arrival to the crunchies on Friday and the great location.
Foyles Hotel - Clifden - Building
11
9,0 Excellent (696 reviews)
R1 173+
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.
8,0 Excellent
Cons: It could do with a makeover
9,5 Excellent
Pros: The friendliness and helpfulness of the staff. They were so willing to respond to every request beyond what would be expected . Also gave everyone personal attention- unlike the conveyor belt feeling of some more modern hotels. Food was also excellent.
Cons: Shower -but everything else made up for it.
9,5 Excellent
Pros: The location in town, and the general efficiency of the hotel.
Cons: No complaints
9,3 Excellent
Pros: Superb quality breakfast. Our best in Ireland.
9,5 Excellent
Pros: This was a very well maintained old family hotel, and an absolute joy to stay in. My friend and I loved it as a base for exploring Clifden and the surrounding area. Their staff were top notch. Breakfast was wonderful, their restaurant, ie Marconi was incredible, well worth what we paid for it. Unlike some other places we were in, it was value for money.
Cons: WiFi occasionally misbehaved, but was perfectly usable. TVs could be a bit temperamental, but otherwise no complaints.
8,3 Excellent
Pros: Location was very good!! Staff were fantastic and helpful!! Thursday night music in the bar was just brilliant and a great atmosphere!! Would highly recommend this Hotel.
8,8 Excellent
Pros: Nice breakfast Music live at pub
Cons: View and bathroom facility
9,5 Excellent
Pros: Location. Friendly staff. Good atmosphere
Cons: Nothing
9,3 Excellent
Pros: Bed very comfy and quiet.
Cons: All was good.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Excellent location, friendly staff, large comfortable room, and wonderful breakfast. Couldn’t ask for more!
Ocean Villa - Clifden - Building
12
8,9 Excellent (321 reviews)
R1 386+
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: We had a really great stay at Ocean Villa :Carmel and Martin were great hosts. Our bed was very comfortable and the shower was perfect. Really generous breakfast cooked to perfection. House is in a great location and we enjoyed our cycle along the sky road loop
Cons: Nothing
10,0 Excellent
Pros: beautiful so quite lover place stay staff grate friendly help full scenery breath taken
Cons: nothing all good
9,3 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.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Loved everything about this place..a beautiful part of the world ...ocean view was perfect for us and Carmel and her husband are a lovely couple...
6,3 Good
Pros: Lovely owners, very kind and helpful. Amazing location, with wonderful view. Calm area. 10 min drive to Clifden.
Cons: Room rather smallish, beds very tiny. Bathroom with almost non-functional water supply in shower and sink, totally calcified. Some mold on bathroom ceiling. Breakfast pretty basic and simple. Dog poo in garden for theee days. Damaged garden furniture.
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:)
9,5 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: Beautiful location. Very quiet and lots of nature surrounding. Excellent breakfast. Warm and friendly atmosphere.
Cons: Nothing to report.
Racecourse Lodge Apartment - Clifden - Bedroom
13
9,2 Excellent (51 reviews)
R1 035+
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: 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.
9,5 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.
9,3 Excellent
Pros: Very warm comfortable stay, spacious apartment ideal for a family stay
Cons: Windows not ideal for children
All The Twos Lodge - Clifden - Building
14
8,9 Excellent (258 reviews)
R1 492+
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.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Friendliness, cleanliness, good breakfast
10,0 Excellent
Pros: We had a warm welcome by the landlady. The guesthouse has spacious, clean rooms. There is a cozy sitting room. 10 minutes walk to downtown Clifden with lots of pubs and restaurants.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Really nice hosts and a wonderful breakfast. The room was spacious and very clean and everything needed was provided. It was just a little walk to the town center, parkings slots were in front of the house.
8,0 Excellent
Pros: Maureen was so lovely
10,0 Excellent
Pros: The option to have a cooked breakfast was fantastic. Its nice to have that personal touch. Maureen was an excellent host, I was late with the check in but she was very understanding and accomodating. Everywhere was spotless and tidy. It was a great place to stay in.
9,3 Excellent
Pros: Good location, nice breakfast, modern facilties
Cons: Nothing
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Boss lady is great crack , we were delighted and will be back
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Room size was great.
Cons: Towels are too small for being bath towels. They hardly cover you up.
5,0 Okay
Pros: The location was good - close to town, supermarkets and petrol stations. The room was large.
Cons: We didn't find the hostess at all welcoming and didn't see her again for the rest of our 2 night stay. The host wasn't particularly helpful either, when we queried the room heating. We gave our arrival time (as requested) and turned up to a very cold room. The heating worked the first night, but didn't work at all the second night. We picked the accommodation as it had a laundry service. This is incorrect - they didn't have a laundry service, they had the details for the town laundry service which, of course, came at additional cost. Not impressed at all with this place and wouldn't encourage anyone to stay there.
9,3 Excellent
Pros: Clean great location staff were friendly & a lovely relaxed atmosphere. Breakfast freshly made to order
Cons: Beds were a tad hard. Just personal preference
Arch Guesthouse - Clifden - Bedroom
15
8,6 Excellent (361 reviews)
R1 127+
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: The young couple just took over the B&B are carrying out extensive renovations of bar and dinning room will look superb when completed ,very good hosts quiet B&B ,just right.
Cons: Nothing
5,5 Okay
Pros: Great location, quite and comfortable
Cons: Building/renovating In July, areas need updating and tidying. Breakfast well freshly cooked, was an underwhelming experience, no milk, no cereal choices or fruit or any effort in a buffet made, it was if this was a place that never welcomed guest before. My room was clean but, towels need changing, rubbish-strewn outside back doors and adjoining property , and needs updating.
7,5 Good
Pros: Great location, but basic accommodation, would not stay again, but reasonable.
Cons: Room and especially bathroom, tired.
10,0 Excellent
Pros: Lovely young couple own and operate the Guesthouse. Rooms very clean and comfortable, breakfast outstanding (you have a choice of continental or full Irish) both delicious. Location couldn’t be better. They are opening a wine bar soon on the premises which looks to be amazing. Fantastic place and a GREAT value too! Will definitely return!
Cons: Nothing
8,3 Excellent
Pros: Hosts were really welcoming & helpful. Could not have asked for nicer.
4,5 Okay
Pros: Good location
Cons: The approach was full of building rubble, court yard untudy. Went to our room which was very tatty and the towels needed to be replaced as they were well used and shabby. Breakfast was very disappointing and the single serve jam sachet had been opened prior and was half used and given to use to use. Only 1 bowl for cereal.
5,0 Okay
Pros: Breakfast wasn't included
Cons: All was fine
8,3 Excellent
Pros: Perfect location. Big clean room. Very nice staff. Comfortable bed.
Cons: The heater was on (in July) and there was too much noise from outside.
9,3 Excellent
Pros: Very helpful and friendly staff, great location right center Clifden, cute wine bar out front of guesthouse.
Cons: Partner’s side bed was abit uncomfortable otherwise pleased with our stay
9,5 Excellent
Pros: The Arch is perfectly located to discover Clifden. The menu and wine bar give the impression that the guesthouse is midst a changeover. Based on that I’m excited to see what’s next - hopefully next summer!
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
16
8,5 Excellent (75 reviews)
R1 634+
Alcock & Brown Hotel - Clifden - Building
17
8,1 Excellent (472 reviews)
R1 401+
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.
8,3 Excellent
Cons: fruit flies in lobby and breakfast area.
5,5 Okay
Pros: Location
Cons: No parking, no lifts, dated decour, old bathrooms/furniture.... could do with upgrading
5,0 Okay
Pros: Needs updating breakfast excellent
Cons: No lift
8,3 Excellent
Pros: Cozy room, comfy bed, very good shower, location was great.
Cons: Small things, like tv was quite small, no lift and key was quite chunky (also diffucult to take out of door which neighbours also had diffucultly with) Bit disspointed because sheet covering duvet was a bit ripped but didnt affect me. Price steep but expected this time of year.
9,5 Excellent
Pros: Staff was nice.
Cons: We went on a peak season and it was very hard to look for parking spot.
8,0 Excellent
Pros: Breakfast was brilliant
Cons: Personally I don’t like shower curtains a glass screen would have been better. Hair dryer didn’t work in the room but it was replaced immediately. Only on street parking but found a place straight away.
8,0 Excellent
Cons: Drinks a bit expensive as is the whole town.
9,3 Excellent
Pros: Staff, breakfast and location were excellent
Cons: A musty smell in the bedroom