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All reviewsmarconi restaurantold styleold worldbit datedno elevatorcountry hotelfriendly hotelgood sized roomsa family run hotelloved this hotelvery pleasant staybay windowenjoyed my staylambbeds were very comfortablelast weekendtop class
We enjoyed our one night stay in Foyle’s in Clifden. It had an old world charm and staff were delightfully friendly. Juice, cereals, yoghurt, great Irish fresh milk before a hot breakfast which was freshly cooked and delicious. My husband loved his Sea Bass for...More
We stayed here for Easter Weekend. The staff were so friendly and helpful. The hotel bar (Mullarkeys) was great craic. We had breakfast in bed one of days we were there and then ventured down to the dining area the following morning. Breakfast was top...More
It was our farewell dinner after hiking for days. The lamb was perfect. We shared appetizers and bites of entrees and desserts. The service was good although they were packed. It must be “THE PLACE” for dressier dining.
Foyles is the genuine Victorian hotel experience. One of the best old family hotels I have stayed at. Lovely hotel, older style rooms, beautiful lounge, restaurant and an attached bar. The breakfast was wonderful. The staff were as good as it gets and wifi excellent....More
Stayed 3 nights. Had so much fun listening to music at bar. Thank you, Jason for making it so enjoyable
Now a thank you to Stephen for his part with dining...food excellent. No wonder so many guests for dinner Saturday night. Obvious family friendly.
No, but there is ample street parking in front of the hotel and in the side street, for motorcycles there is a narrow alleyway through to the rear courtyard if required, but this is a safe seaside town and never expects any... More
No, but there is ample street parking in front of the hotel and in the side street, for motorcycles there is a narrow alleyway through to the rear courtyard if required, but this is a safe seaside town and never expects any trouble.