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B&Bs in Doolin

by KitsyNMoxy Online Now Mar 16, 2003 at 3:21 AM

We'll be in Doolin a couple of days at Easter. Does anybody know of good B&B accomodation that will be open then? Preferably close to a pub so we don't have far to walk after our evening pint! Thanks, KitsynMoxy

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    Re: B&Bs in Doolin

    by KennetRose Online Now Mar 16, 2003 at 3:53 AM

    There are quite a few B&Bs in Doolin. I'm afraid I was in a tent when I was in Doolin, and I can tell you that the campsite is very good, but I can't name a B&B for you. If it were anytime but Easter I'd say just turn up, but it may be trickier at a holiday time (there will be lots of Brits on the road at Easter)

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    Re: B&Bs in Doolin

    by zuriga Online Now Mar 16, 2003 at 4:39 AM

    You could try www.smoothhound.co.uk. But I only notice one place in Doolin and it's a bit pricey.

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    Re: B&Bs in Doolin

    by FredMaine Online Now Mar 16, 2003 at 2:25 PM

    There are only a couple of pubs in Doolin and you will not be far from any accomodations in the village when you leave the pub late at night. Actually calling Doolin a village is a stretch. More like a tiny hamlet. Everything is about a 5 minute walk from everything else.

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