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I have stayed here before and it was good for an over night, so returned. We arrived and the young persons on duty , really didn't care . The toilet was not working and was unflushed , unpleasant !
The staff said they were full...More
I made this booking two weeks before our visit.
When we arrived, we were told that there was no restaurant service that evening. This was a planned closure, not unexpected. The nearest place to eat or buy food was 10 km away.
We should have...More
A small , very rural hotel but well geared up . Not many staying but pretty good breakfast.
.Beware of taxis; expensive as they have to come out of town .
Had a feeling that it would be very pleasant in season
I stayed three nights in May and for the first two nights had the very basic menu. The quality was really good and very good value. On the third night I had the 26 euro menu and although there wasn't much choice I could not...More
The breakfast. This had a good range of food. Everything, apart from orange juice, was available in good quantity. The quality of the bread and other items was good.
The Gourmand menu, with wine was good value, despite the high looking cost. The food...More
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"In very hot weather ask for a first floor room as the ground floor windows open onto the public walkway"