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Called here on an off chance will searching for a place to stay. We were a little concerned until we entered the establishment, and then we were pleasantly surprised. The house is like a museum, full of the families long history in Northern Ireland. The...More
Lovely hosting couple; classic proportions old-style property. Beautifully appointed rooms and though just one night planned I stayed two nights. I found it an ideal location to be outside 'Stroke-City' and yet in 10 minutes so easy to get there and see the many sights...More
Me and my fiancé stayed here for the first weekend in June for 2 nights.
We got a tour of the house before being shown to our room, which we thought was very nice of Jean and Alastair (considering we arrived late).
The house is...More
We arrived by motorcycle dripping wet and tired, but luckily this didn't deter the owner's from allowing us to stay in their lovely home. Our biking kit was soon drying near the aga and we were ensconced in a elegant, spacious double room.
We love to stay in Manor House when coming home to Ireland. This is a really interesting property. The family are really friendly. Good hearty breakfast served in the morning to cope with any alcohol consumption the night before.
A listed, late Georgian house with fanlight doors,which has been the home of the Davidsons since 1850. Built by the Grocer's Company of London, it has many original features and family portraits, while providing modern facilities.