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Pairc Lodge B & B
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Reviewed 21 July 2010

A group of 6 of us were traveling in Western Ireland and decided to stay in Doolin due to it's great access to the area both by ground and ferry. Ended up at the Pairc Lodge B&B, where we were kindly received by Rita, the hostess.
The place is conveniently located near some popular pubs, and at a short walk to the ferry, yet well isolated from noise and traffic. The house is spacious, clean an airy, well lit, key in rainy weather. The furniture and decoration are lovely and cozy yet very classy and uncluttered. The living and reading rooms are quite nice and we spend quite a few hours having fun there. We used 3 rooms total and all of them were large, neat, well furnished, clean and equipped. The beds are comfortable, large and nicely equipped with large fluffy pillows and comforters. The owners living space is well separated from the guests and there is a lovely, large and modern kitchen in between, where a wonderful breakfast is prepared. Rita actually went to the market and got salmon for us after discovering we liked it with our eggs in the morning.

Every time we needed anything, the Rita or Pat were ready to hep, and this included wine glasses one evening, antiseptic cream for blisters I got hiking in The Burren, information on places to go or things to do. We extended our stay two times and there was absolutely no fuss or trouble about fickleness.

So I would recommend this place to anyone as a great place to relax an have a good time.
They take only cash, a wise thing nowadays. We found our shower drain upstairs was a bit slow, and a window handle was a bit lose, but anything out of place was quickly fixed.

I read with dismay a previously posted slightly critical comment. We found no evidence of scantily clad Easter European ladies in the place. Rita's helper, a Eastern European girl, was properly dresses at all times. The family dog was mostly in the backyard and bothered no one. What one person considers "nudity", another thinks is Summer attire, get a life! If a person want an impersonal, steril experience, interacting with no one, go to a large hotel and stay away from B&Bs.

Stayed: June 2010, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 19 July 2010

We stayed in Pairc Lodge in July 2010 and was greeted by owners daughter.Room was clean and airy with nice decor.Full irish breakfast was A1.Its location is near O Connor's pub where food was ok and bar staff friendly.There were other pubs further up the road but time was against us.Doolin is a nice area to visit and we will return and stay in Pairc Lodge.

  • Stayed: July 2010, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 24 May 2010

After a week Connemara adventures we decided to explore the Burren. Late in the evening we arrived in Doolin, looking for some accommodation for our last 2 nights in Ireland. Pairc Lodge was 'the place to be'.
Ideal location for pub and restaurant facilities in Doolin. Wonderful sunset views in the harbour (not far from the B&B). Great walk possibilities to different attractions (Cliffs of Moher about 1,5 hour walking). Perfect starting point for our Burren trips.
The B&B was great and we felt at home. Clean rooms, excellent breakfast.
Rita and Pat were very kind and very helpful. We enormously appriciate Pat's activities in helping us by pointing out the different bookings of our travel back home (due to the vulcanic eruption we could not fly back home). Due to this help we could enjoy our extended stay in Ireland.
Next time we will be in Ireland, and for sure Doolin and Pairc Lodge will be on our menu !

  • Stayed: April 2010, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 5 November 2009

This B&B is centrally located just minutes from the village center and a very short drive to the Doolin docks (for your departure to the Aran Islands and the Cliffs of Moher). The room was large and comfortable but lacked a TV (which was fine by us) and in-room coffee-tea amenities (which would have been appreciated). The shower was small but no smaller than the European standard. The large private parking area was greatly appreciated. Hot breakfast options would have been appreciated, but the continental breakfast was acceptable.

  • Stayed: October 2009, travelled as a couple
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Thank Shuala
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Reviewed 14 July 2009

Myself and my friend chose Doolin for our annual weekend pilgrimage to Ireland. And what a choice. Rita and Pat were amazing hosts who were welcoming, helpful, chatty, cheery, and offered more than just a warm and family host as B & B proprietors. The house is very well situated with a 10 min walk to the ferry (& views of Cliffs of Moher) and a 10 min walk to the local pubs where much music and merriment can be found. The rooms are very modern and clean and the breakfast a welcoming treat to start the day. To meet Rita and Pat's children along with the family dog was a further delight and surprise. We certainly felt it hard to leave the B & B and move on to Galway but we know one thing, we will return one day very soon to repeat the experience. Ireland is a magical and mystical place alright and to add to that the friendly and hospitable approach of the Doolin folk - especially Rita and Pat - is an experience not to be missed. Thank you for a lovely stay - we will see you soon!

  • Stayed: July 2009, travelled with friends
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