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From the moment we got to the B&B we had a very warm welcome with a nice cup of tea.
The rooms were very nice clean and had everything you would need, the 3 of us were there for 3 nights and could of stayed...More
Back again for another night in Rosdarrig and again a very positive experience with coffee and apple tart on arrival, a comfortable bed and a sumptuous breakfast the next morning. Thanks again for everything
Enjoyed My Stay here.Good comfy room,great breakfast and absolutely best Apple pie ever,freshly baked.The fact That your welcome includes a complimentary cuppa coffee and Apple pie on arrival is a Real treat.I stayed one night But would Stay again as It was a decent comfortable...More
I was in Boyle with a pal for the Arts Festival. We had an overnight in Rosdarrig B&B, which is just a few minutes drive outside of Boyle town - we walked in and out in 10 minutes. The owners Brenda and Gerry made us...More
I had a very nice stay here in July. The room was very nice and the bathroom very spacious. This will vary greatly by room. I wok up to see cows grazing outside in the neighboring field. It was a very relaxing stay. Easy to...More
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We had a car when we visited here also. Although the owner encouraged us to walk into town, we were tired from all the walking that day so we used our car. It is walk-able into town about 1/2 mi to edge of town, about 1... More
We had a car when we visited here also. Although the owner encouraged us to walk into town, we were tired from all the walking that day so we used our car. It is walk-able into town about 1/2 mi to edge of town, about 1 mile to get to downtown. Looking at a map it seems to be ~ 1.5 miles to train station. How much do you like to walk with bags? Might want to inquire about a taxi from the owners, they are very helpful. Train from Dublin to Boyle (on the Silgo route).
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"If not totally mobile, consider that access to rooms is only by stairs."