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The food is excellent in this hotel. The bar staff run a very tight ship but sadly some of the staff in the dining room are not very friendly. In fact, at breakfast on two mornings we were served by two very rude staff members....More
we stayed here for a weekend getaway. The location of this hotel is fantastic and a great spot to visit local attractions from.
The staff of front desk were very helpful, friendly and professional. The room was a good size, comfortable bed and clean. The...More
This is at least our fifth stay in this wonderful hotel to recharge our batteries.
The warmth and comfort is evident everywhere as is the genuine attention from all the staff.
We ate in The Town Hall Bistro on Valentine's Night and availed of a...More
We’ve just returned from yet another lovely break at the Old Ground Hotel where the welcome , hospitality, service and quality of accommodation & food are second to none. It had been a two year interval since our last visit.. the improvements to the fabric...More
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Response from MaryGleeson, General Manager at Old Ground HotelResponded 1 week ago
thank you so much - don't think we could have described it all better ourselves.
Our entire team really appreciate the 5* review - we have almost completed the refurb of the Banner Room - some lovely new pieces still due to arrive...More
the rooms we had as a group were very nice but you could have rooms with a view....the hotel is old but very warm with a lot of character. very nice lounge with a wood burning fireplace and place to wait. the staff was very...More
Response from Mary Ellen L | Reviewed this property |
I don't remember whether the beds were queen or double. It seems like they were queen because we had so much room, however, we found queen beds were not the norm in Ireland like they are in the US. Most beds were doubles and... More
I don't remember whether the beds were queen or double. It seems like they were queen because we had so much room, however, we found queen beds were not the norm in Ireland like they are in the US. Most beds were doubles and often a fold out couch was the '3rd bed.'
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"Room 311 was very quaint and spacious but I wouldn't recommend it for anyone who is disabled due to the..."