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Toomullin House B&B

Our Accomodation

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Toomullin House offers four guest rooms, each with its own style

All our rooms are ensuite and offer tea and coffee facilities, hairdryers and complimentary Wi-Fi. We have ample off-road parking as well as a lounge and private garden for guests’ use.

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Room Details

All our rooms are presented to a high standard, with quality linens and furnishings. All rooms have a double and a single bed.

The WB Yeats and Oscar Wilde Rooms are ground floor and the James Joyce and Patrick Kavanagh are on the first floor.

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Breakfast Menu

We change the breakfast menu across the seasons, typically we offer:

  • A choice of fruit juices
  • A choice of cereals and yogurts
  • Freshly made Irish porridge
  • A traditional Full Irish Breakfast; the hearty way to start the day
  • Eggs as you like them
  • Fresh fruit salad
  • Fresh bakery items
  • All the toast, coffee and tea you need to start your day and keep you going

If you have special requirements, please do let us know in advance and we will do our best to accommodate them.

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Arrival and Departure

We aim to be flexible on arrival and departure times, as we understand you are on holiday and you don’t want lots of rules and regulations. We like to check-in guests between 3pm and 7pm; but if you need an earlier or later check-in please do let us know. To allow us time to prepare for our next guests, we do ask that you aim to depart by 11am.

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You can book Toomullin House with a number of agencies; but the best prices are always by booking direct. For 2016 our rates are detailed below, depending on season. These rates are inclusive of all taxes and charges.

Low Season (November to March)

  • Single Room €55
  • Double Room €37 per person sharing
  • Triple Room €32 per person sharing

High Season (April to October)

  • Single Room €65
  • Double Room €40 per person sharing
  • Triple Room €35 per person sharing

Please Note

  • For children under the age of 12 we offer a reduction of 25%
  • We ask for 48 hours’ notice of cancellation prior to the date of your arrival
  • Late cancellations will incur a charge for the first night’s stay
  • We do accept payment by credit card

  • The WB Yeats Room
    William Butler (WB) Yeats was a poet of
    international reputation who also served
    an Irish Senator for two terms. His
    Summer home was in Gort, a short
    distance from Doolin. It is Yeats who
    wrote “There are no strangers here; Only
    friends you haven’t yet met.” Yeats was
    the Noble Prize literature winner in 1923.
    The WB Yeats Room has a double and
    single bed.
  • The Oscar Wilde Room
    Although Irish born, and from a staunchly
    republican family, Wilde wrote very little
    about Ireland. His spectacular rise and
    public fall, which lead to his early death at
    46, would have made a great novel if it
    were not so sadly true. His writing is
    famous for its sparkling humor and wit;
    “We are all in the gutter, but some of us
    are looking at the stars”. The Oscar Wilde
    room has a double and single bed.
  • Our Dining Room
    Good food, fine clothes ("raiment") and a
    comfortable place to sleep have long been
    part of Irish culture, as in this proverb:

    "May you have food and raiment,
    A soft pillow for your head,
    May you be forty years in heaven,
    Before the devil knows you're dead".
    An old Irish proverb
  • The James Joyce Room
    Joyce is one of Ireland’s eight Noble Prize
    winners and amongst the most influential
    writers of the 20th century. One of his best
    known quotes is that “A nation is the
    same people living in the same place”.
    Although a Dublin Man (“When I die
    Dublin will be written in my heart”) his
    writing says much about the common
    Irish experience. The James Joyce Room
    has a double and single bed.
  • The Kavanagh Room
    Patrick Kavanagh was a country man and
    his writing is notable for its realistic
    portrayal of Irish rural life. He is known for
    his fiery views; “A sweeping statement is
    the only statement worth listening to”.
    And, rather unfairly, that “There is
    something wrong with a work of art if it
    can be understood by a policeman”. The
    Patrick Kavanagh Room has a
    double and single bed.