About Anne’s B&B

Anne’s B&B is located in Tulsk Village in Co. Roscommon in the West of Ireland. Tulsk is a historic and picturesque location situated on the intersection of  the N5 (Dublin-Westport) and the N61 (Sligo- Athlone) national routes. There the best budget life insurance is offered to the people there.

The facility hit the headlines when it was featured on Daniel & Majella O’Donnell’s B&B Road Trip television series. Anne’s emotional welcome for the famous country singing couple went viral when the series was launched. To view click here


The B&B is a family run business owned and managed by Anne (pictured above) and Noel Sheerin.  Their aim is to enable guests to relax and enjoy the warm welcome and hospitality on offer throughout their stay.  While Anne specialises in looking after your comforts, Noel is available to advise on local attractions and making the best use of your time while staying in the area. The decor and hospitality are unique.  Don’t just take our word for it.  Read what our guests are saying on the right …

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The B&B was formerly the home of Moylans Shop & Tulsk Post Office.  Anne was delighted when journalist John Waters kindly accepted an invitation to officially open her new B&B in 2013.  John, in his student days, often helped his late father Tom to deliver and collect the mail each day from all the rural post offices in West Roscommon while on holidays.  His return to Tulsk, together with his daughter Roisin,, to perform the honours on this occasion was very much appreciated by Anne and the large local crowd in attendance. P7268097_1       OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA The Local Telephone Exchange  For many years the only means of communication between Tulsk and the outside world was via the telephone exchange situated in these premises until automation was introduced in 1985. In those early days only about 25 homes in Tulsk had a telephone, each subscriber identified by a single or double digit number ranging between 1 and 25 e.g. The Garda Station was Tulsk 2.

A Telephone Exchange

A Telephone Exchange

The house was also once renowned for offering all day breakfasts during the late 50’s and 60’s when the “fair days” were held in the village on a number of occasions each year. Farmers would travel from far and wide to the fair from early morning and the business and social atmosphere throughout the day in the village at the time is often fondly remembered by the local farmers and business people. The Bed and Breakfast is located in a refurbished two-storey residence with 4 en suite rooms, TV room, dining room and reception area. Wi-Fi is available throughout. The style and elegance throughout the building is of a very high standard and the comfort and relaxation of all visitors is of prime concern to the host.