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Hill of Tara House Bed and Breakfast

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Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Reviewed 16 August 2016

I was, for the first time, travelling to Ireland alone. I usually went with my wife, but she advised me to travel on my own this time. I'm not into "the hill of Tara" except as an historical artifact, but my spouse had stayed with Sinead at the House before, so I was "connected." It was absolutely delightful. Sinead and...

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Co Down
Reviewed 22 June 2016

If you're visiting the Hill, it really is the best place to stay, not just because of location, but also because of the hospitality and Joan's wonderful brown bread and rhubarb jam! The place is run by Joan and her daughter Sinead. Sinead's husband Derek is also around and he's very funny. Just spent a delightful Saturday night here. We...

1Thank shonieo
Reviewed 29 May 2016 via mobile

Just left this amazing b&b. Happened upon it by chance, & boy were we glad we did. You could not ask for a nicer friendlier place to stay, you are treated as friends the moment you arrive, such warmth. You forget how friendly & easy going the Irish are, left planning our return, with some hotel chocolate for another chocolate...

1Thank nibbs2u
Mauchline, United Kingdom
Reviewed 4 February 2016

When I arrived here at the beginning of January I was warmly welcomed by the friendly family who run the Bed and Breakfast at Hill of Tara. The house and room were warm and comfortable. The food was delicious and beautifully served. I especially loved the Irish bread, eggs freshly laid by the owners' hens, and the home-made strawberry jam...

2Thank maureenml2016
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Reviewed 11 November 2015

We stayed here 2 nights and were very glad we did. The location is quiet and peaceful. The hosts, Derek and Sinead (and Sinead’s lovely mother) were charming, very helpful and super friendly. The beds were comfy and there were lots of pillows. Water pressure was a bit weak in our room, but we were at the end of the...

1Thank hornetvbmom
Ennis, Clare, Ireland
Reviewed 18 June 2015 via mobile

From when you come in the door there is a sense of calm here. It is a lovely house, lovely warmth; and is only 100 metres from the entrance to the Hill of Tara. After visiting the hill, I now think it should be statutory for every Irish person to see.

1Thank TheMongrel1
Manchester, United Kingdom
Reviewed 27 July 2014

We loved our time at Tara and the wonderful hospitality we received. We were really impressed by the rooms and the breakfast, however it was the warmth and kindness of of our hosts which made it extra special. Highly recommend!!!! Tara is a super special place with super special people.

2Thank Majella T
Whitney, Texas
Reviewed 19 January 2014

I first discovered Hill of Tara B&B, then called Seamrog B&B, in 2003, when on a winging it Ireland trip. It has been one of the best discoveries I've made in 9 trips. Joan Maguire is an amazing hostess and is now an amazing friend. Each trip you are welcomed with a cuppa and some kind of wonderful baked good,...

3Thank oma14
Amana, Iowa
Reviewed 30 December 2013

We arrived in the rain. The hospitality was great, They gave us directions to a wonderful restaurant. We enjoyed learning about the five generations of the Maguire family. This B & B was in one of the most historic and unspoiled areas of Ireland. We felt like we were really in the country. We could see Tara Hill from our...

2Thank Janet C
Durham, NC
Reviewed 18 September 2013

We fell head over heals in love 2 years ago with this lovely Bed and Breakfast found in the Irish Countryside run by a hostess that makes you feel like you are a part of the family. So it was again, that we were lucky enough for a return visit to Ireland and our thoughts turned to a reunion with...


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Address: Hill of Tara | Tara, Navan, Ireland
Region: Ireland > Province of Leinster > County Meath > Navan
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