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We (2 adults, 3 children) stayed at Aaronbeg for one night on our way to the West. The welcome we received was fabulous, the rooms very comfortable and a most excellent breakfast! Nothing to find fault with, it was the perfect start to our holiday...More
We booked to stay here to break our journey to the west of Ireland and didn’t arrive until late in the evening to Maureen’s warm welcome, and an excellent and totally unexpected supper. Comfortable room, abundant breakfast – what more could anyone want? The loan...More
We are so glad we booked four nights at the Aaronbeg Bed and Breakfast. We had 3 adults and 2 small children and stayd in the apartment. The apartment was huge (2 full seperate bedrooms with 3 bathrooms, a living room, and full kitchen!) and...More
Outside of Dublin close to Celbridge and just outside Maynooth village. A bit hard to find. Arrived after a long journey to tea and warm homemade scones. Very friendly owners. Fantastic full Irish fry breakfast and homemade brown wheaten bread. Rooms all have Ensuites and...More
I stayed at Aaronbeg B&B for the 1st time on 7th. April, 2012. We had phoned ahead to say we would be late, Maureen and Michael had no hesitation in waiting up for two arrivals shortly before 11pm. I had booked a twin room, sharing...More
US$95 - US$109 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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