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Went here for a wedding. Brilliant setting, lovely rooms, exceptional customer service from each and every member of the team, Brian Hughes the owner is such a great character, a true professional, a very talented entertainer and above all great craic. I’d strongly recommend a...More
First things first, this is NOT a Castle, On our first visit 8 years ago we were just happy to be there and were able to put that aside, my Wife and I have stayed here 3 times and after our latest experience sadly it...More
We have gone to this hotel a few times over the past few years. We go with a large group in February and it is a lively weekend to say the least.
If that is the type of weekend or night you are looking for...More
Old world hotel retaining its charm. Mainly because of the welcoming staff : Ann, Kevin and famous Roger and the warm cosy atmosphere around the many open fires with smells of turf in the air. If you ever fancy to sleep in a castle and...More
me down here to stay as always loved the look and feel of it so when my sister asked what I wanted for my birthday I said a voucher for here , well it was so worth the wait , I can't praise it enough...More
12 minutes drive, according to (Automobile Association Ireland) website - I would type in 'aa', then dot, then 'ie'. Don't think Ballynahinch is a town, though - i'ts a castle/hotel in Recess, which is a lovely spot, in the... More
12 minutes drive, according to (Automobile Association Ireland) website - I would type in 'aa', then dot, then 'ie'. Don't think Ballynahinch is a town, though - i'ts a castle/hotel in Recess, which is a lovely spot, in the middle of nowhere, in beautiful Connemara. Just my opinion.