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Brilliant place ! Great breakfast local produce lovely sausages.
Rooms clean and spacious .
Hosts happy for us to eat takeaway in dining room and with Adams selection of local beers from the bar what more could you ask for
Had a lovely holiday ....More
Response from Y2089BIadamh, Owner at Byrdir HouseResponded 30 August 2016
Many thanks for the nice comments, Stuart. It was great to have you, Sharon, Adam and Mia as Byrdir's first guests since the renovations were completed. It was great to hear laughter in the house again after the years of it lying empty. Tracy and...More
I am afraid that I find it difficult to echo the comments of others. First impressions count for a lot. A grubby and neglected exterior, in this case with the additional attractions of dead pot plants, chairs in a heap and an apparently discarded garden...More
What a place! Have just stayed for a couple of nights and would highly recommend. Andy was a great host (and a Black Sabbath fan - can't be bad). Stunning breakfast. Not so much a meal, more a work of art. Lovely room. All in...More
So the exterior is a little tired, but so what! We weren't, stopping in the garden.
What a wonderful stay. Andy the sole host is doing a cracking job single handedly running this B and B and extending superb hospitality to his guests.
We enjoyed our stay at Byrdir. Three things stick in our minds. The first is the breakfast; not only was it very tasty but more memorable was the visual impact, especially a tower of circular pieces of toast! The second was the very helpful local...More
Response from Y2089BIadamh | Property representative |
Hi Sarah, it really depends how fit you are. It is only a short distance but involves climbing a very steep hill. It would take me (moderately fit) about ten minutes. If we are available, we can always pick guests up at the... More
Hi Sarah, it really depends how fit you are. It is only a short distance but involves climbing a very steep hill. It would take me (moderately fit) about ten minutes. If we are available, we can always pick guests up at the station or drop them back there, though we can't guarantee we will be around all of the time to do so. Regards, Adam