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Introducing the Maol Reidh Hotel, a contemporary establishment nestling in the picturesque village of Tullycross in the Renvyle Peninsula. With a view of The Twelve Bens, sandy beaches nearby and Kylemore Abbey close by, this hotel is ideally based for the overnight guest, the weekend traveller or the tired-out tourist.
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Breakfast was superb, all choices even for vegetarians, and large plates filled very well. Staff was very friendly throughout, very warm welcome, they knew without having to look for infomation who we were. Tony, the owner is very nice person and not a manager-type character,...More
From the moment we arrived we were made feel most welcome. There was a slight hitch with our booking which was handled professionally, we were invited into the bar where the fire was lit and offered complimentary drinks while our room was prepared. The staff...More
We have just spent the weekend in Tully Cross at the Maol Reidh Hotel. Deceptive from the outside the hotel is warm and inviting. The rooms are extremely clean, large in comparison to most city hotels and Tony and his team incredibly warm and welcoming....More
The Maol Reidh Hotel is top notch .
From the minute we arrived , we were made to feel extremely welcome by mine host Tony and all the staff, a friendlier more genuine guy you will struggle to find .
The room was beautifully presented...More
From the minute you arrive you are made so very welcome. Everything you need for a break away is available, and if it is not Tony and his staff will do their very best to accommodate you. The Maol Reidh, it's staff and the Connemara...More