Sleepyhollow is a warm, friendly B&B, conveniently located on the outskirts of the bustling, pretty little town of Ennis, on the West coast of Ireland, 30 kms. from the sea and only 20 kms. from the International airport of Shannon.
PLEASE NOTE.'Sleepyhollow' has three listings; one for each room. If one of the listings shows "unavailable", then please check our other listings.
Sleepyhollow is a comfortable and intimate bungalow 5 minutes walk from the centre of the historical town of Ennis.Did you know that Ennis is renowned for its live traditional music, which can be enjoyed in most of its fine pubs? Also we have several popular music festivals during the year.The town also boasts a first rate theatre, great restaurants and family owned boutiques and businesses. It is an excellent base from which to explore the unique landscape of the Burren, the well known cliffs of Moher and the world class surfing beach at Lahinch.For those who enjoy outdoor pursuits, there are plenty of leisure activities in the area including horse riding, golf, tennis, cycling, hill walking and fishing.
Just a 5 min. walk from the bus and train station and only 20 km. to the International Airport of Shannon and the renowned Bunratty Castle and Folk Park
Guests are given a key to the main entrance and one to their bedroom, and are free to come and go as they please. They also have access to their own private lounge and dining room, where breakfast is served.
Interaction with Guests
Elizabeth is available at all times, to help guests with their queries and advise on itineraries, places of interest, entertainment and dining venues.
Ennis is a market town, and a listed heritage centre. It is conveniently situated on the verge of the renowned Burren National Park, with easy access to most places of interest on the West coast of our beautiful country.
Sleepyhollow is 5mins. walk from the bus and train station from where it is possible to travel to most parts of the country by either train or bus.
Other Things to Note
This room is more suitable for single occupancy, if you require a double room, please view other listings under 'Sleepyhollow'.
As Sleepyhollow is a regular B&B, unfortunately the kitchen is not available for guests use but you are welcome to make tea or coffee in the guest lounge
felt like we were rushed through the stay. small room in a good area so that it was a good walk to town.
Elizabeth runs cozy and spotless b n b. she is very well travelled and worldly and is also lovely
for a chat during full Irish brkf. 10 min wk to centre of town.
I had a very peaceful and comfortable stay with Liz. She gives 110% to make sure all of your needs are met, and will arrange excursions and sightseeing trips for you. A wonderful and plentiful breakfast, beautiful garden, and plenty of interesting books in her library. Thanks Liz for a wonderful time.
I found this place at the last minute, changing a previous reservation. I was only here for a night. It was a great place to stay, and if I return to Ireland in the future I might start right here. Elizabeth was a delight, very clear about the keys, parking, suggestions about where to go for food, etc., and the room was very comfortable.
Highly Recommended. Elizabeth was a kind and gracious hostess. Great location, cosy B&B. Elizabeth was kind enough to collect me from the Train Station (a very nice gesture) and assist in any way she could.
Nous avons été très bien reçus ĉhez Elizabeth qui est très professionnelle : une belle documentation sur le pays , soucieŭse de répondre à nos questions .Le petit déjeŭner irlandais était parfait , copieux et présenté avec finesse ! Encore merci !
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I am a retired airline employee and run a small B&B in the pretty little town of Ennis, in the west of Ireland. My hobbies are; walking, cycling, travel, reading (mainly fiction) knitting, languages - I speak Italian, a little French and Spanish - and attending to my varied and interesting guests. In the winter I usually close up shop and take a well earned break, either to some far flung destination or sometimes a little nearer home and then after Christmas I head for sunny Southern Spain where I hang out with some new found friends and attend lectures and classes run by the local U3A group until Apr. when I open up shop again.