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Rigney's Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast

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Boston, Massachusetts
Reviewed 24 June 2014

Although Rigney's Farm is a little difficult to find (we were given hand drawn directions at a local pub in Adare), it is more than worth the trek "off the beaten path." Upon your arrival at this beautiful estate, you are greeted by the canine welcoming committee and then provided with scones, tea, and coffee--perfect refueling for a walk in...

Thank Kristina J
Reviewed 20 November 2013

We chose Rigney's farmhouse for our first night stay after a flight from Newark to Shannon. We had a lot of driving to do our first day to see things in Galway, and we needed to be in Cork the next day by noon, so decided to stay part way. We had visited Beagh castle in the afternoon and this...

1Thank lizzy429
Reviewed 1 November 2013

We recently stayed in Rigney's B&B and I can credit it with easily being the best B&B I've ever stayed in. The hospitality afforded to us was nothing short of top class. The location is beautiful and picturesque. The room was superb, an absolute joy to stay in and incredibly comfortable. The breakfast for us was one of many highlights....

2Thank Paul D
The Plains, Virginia, United States
Reviewed 23 September 2013

I visited the Rigney's Farm and Bed and Breakfast in June and even today months later I am wishing for the wonderful restorative hospitality offered by Caroline and her family. Quality and thoughtful attention is present in all aspects of what they do. It is unique and inspiring to be treated to a complete Farmstead experience...farm to table. My only...

1Thank Susan D
Cedar Grove, New Jersey
Reviewed 11 September 2013

Rigney's was an awesome place to stay. You're literally staying in the owners' home, in their bedrooms (ours was a childhood bedroom it seemed), etc. We were greeted with tea and snacks, and a quick tour of the grounds. It was absolutely stunning, and so cool with all the animals (even the dogs, who greeted us as we pulled in!)!...

1Thank Christina C
Montreal, Canada
Reviewed 3 September 2013

One of the best B&B's in Ireland Our stay was in july 2013. A wonderful experience. Caroline was incredible helping me finding my ancestors in Kilcornan. She called a local expert and did a lot of phone calls to locate my cousins. She has done everything she could to help me. The food was unbelievable and also the farm We...

2Thank Sylvain D
Denver, Colorado
Reviewed 25 June 2013

We started our two week Ireland trip by staying at Rigney's for 2 nights and if I ever go back, I can guarantee we will stay for longer. We were met with tea and home baked bread that I'm still trying to determine how to replicate. There were five in our family and we stay in one room with a...

1Thank chellebellere
Reviewed 16 November 2012

I’m a harsh judge. I admit it. I spend a lot of time on the road and have developed a pretty high standard for accommodations. So please consider that when I say Rigney’s Farmhouse was the best stay my wife and I had during our 10-day holiday in Ireland. My first 5-star review. (Also consider that, prior to our stay...

4Thank airmotive
Los Angeles, California
Reviewed 26 September 2012

I wish TripAdvisor had a video function so you could get a sense of my elation, but simply put, the Rigney Farmhouse was a picturesque property outside Limerick that was one of the highlights of a recent 10 day trip throughout Europe. My girlfriend and I were on a trip to Ireland for a friend's wedding in Galway, and decided...

1Thank jjohnson4180
Reviewed 10 September 2012

Stay at this farmhouse was absolutely wonderful! The owners are really friendly and when we arrived they prepared tea,coffee and homemade scones for us! Even the dogs and the cat wass really friendly with us! The breakfast was absolutely perfect! The rooms are really clean and large! The place is quite and relaxing :) So a massive thank you to...

1Thank Norma S

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
We are right beside the beautiful Curraghchase Forest Park. In the West of Ireland, we are only 45 minutes from Shannon International Airport. GPS: 52°36'16.5"N 8°52'41.7"W Decimal Degrees: 52.604582, -8.878252 Our farm is home to happy, pasture-fed, rare-breed animals who live the way nature intended. Experience an Irish pastoral tradition that goes back centuries. Handmade on our farm, from pasture-fed, free range animals and free of artificial additives, our range of products have won many significant awards. When you have collected a just-laid hen's egg, cuddled a baby piglet, fed a pony, visited happy pigs in the field, you have an experience to treasure forever - tactile, genuine, sustainable, enriching, unforgettable. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Rigney's Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast

Address: Curraghchase, Kilcornan, Ireland
Region: Ireland > Province of Munster > County Limerick > Kilcornan
Price Range: $44 - $58 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 4
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mpaszkie, 30 Aug 2012 | Read review
“All the rooms have beautiful views of their farm and the surrounding area”
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