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This house was built in the 1600s. We had a canopied bed. Our room was very clean. The furniture is older and a bit worn, but fits the house. The dining room table was very large and a great way to converse at breakfast with...More
This B&B was nice and cozy with the worn, comfy feel of a house that's been in the family for generations. If you want to get a feel of how it would be to actually live in one of these great Ireland homes without the...More
This was our fourth return visit to Ennis, and our 4th stay at the Newpark House.
You could not ask for a more gracious host. Declan is friendly, knowledgeable about the area, and caring about our stay. The bed in Room 5 is the most...More
Loved, Loved, Loved our room! We were there in May for our Anniversary. Our host was helpful and accommodating. Being he is a historian he helped me as well as other guests with tips on finding our genealogy. The breakfast was wonderfully delicious. Great location,...More
What began as any place to unwind before Shannon stop turned into a real treat. A 300 year old house with the same family owning the property since the early 1900's, providing a warm welcome, and on an almost straight line to a car park...More
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It is probably about 1 mile into town center from Newpark House. Several quests have walked to town while we were there. You could call for a taxi. Your best bet is to contact Declan at Newpark House to see if any buses... More
It is probably about 1 mile into town center from Newpark House. Several quests have walked to town while we were there. You could call for a taxi. Your best bet is to contact Declan at Newpark House to see if any buses go to the shopping center about 1/4 mile up the road or how much a taxi might cost. The center of town is a lot of walking, but worth the effort to see all it's quaint nook and cranny side streets. We hope you get to enjoy it.
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"We've always stayed in Room #5 - a very comfortable bed"