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We recently stayed here whilst we attended the February Clifden Connemara Sale. It was Tom and I's first time time in Clifden and Ben View was recommended to us. Ben View is a very charming little Bed and Breakfast and nothing was too much trouble...More
My husband and I ventured out on the roads driving in Ireland for the first time. We picked Clifden from our home in Salthill, Galway, and were not disappointed! Upon arriving in Clifden, we decided to have dinner and spend the night. We needed a...More
We stayed for one night and found
everything we needed: a warm and clean room, very quiet at this time of the year, and a lovely homemade breakfast in the morning! We were even lucky to have a taste at the Christmas cakes our hostess...More
My brother and I had a very nice stay at Eileen's place. The guest house is located in the centre of town with easy walk to all restaurants and bars.The breakfast was excellent and the house very warm and cosy. We look forward to returning.
If you want to get away from the larger touristy places, then Clifden is the place for you and Ben View Guesthouse is the place to stay! Warm and welcoming hosts, clean, comfortable rooms and the best breakfast anywhere, makes for a memorable stay. Within...More
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The Ben View is in town....you don't need to walk to it. There are three main streets in Clifden forming a sort of rounded triangle. The BV is at the northern tip of that triangle. Walk left out of the BV and you are on... More
The Ben View is in town....you don't need to walk to it. There are three main streets in Clifden forming a sort of rounded triangle. The BV is at the northern tip of that triangle. Walk left out of the BV and you are on Main St. Walk a couple of minutes and you come to Market St. Take a left on Market and you will arrive at Lowry's which I think is my favorite pub in all of Ireland.