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We enjoyed staying at this hotel, which is small and has about 8 rooms total and is on a beautiful lake in the Irish countryside. We attended a wedding here and the views were just stunning with and without the sun coming out. There is...More
Had a wonderful stay with my family yet again. Spacious family room for 4 and wonderful views. A real treat and the kids loved the horses by the lake. Breakfast again was fantastic and so much. Once again , what a welcome and thank you...More
Hubby & I dined at St Kyran's last year & vowed to return for an overnight stay. We did so last night (booked by hubby as a surprise for me). He had also pre-booked a table for dinner. We were warmly welcomed on arrival &...More
we visited st kyrans on to way to Lough Derg last year and we were so impressed we were back this wkend nothing is a both to either Patrick or his staff I worked in a hotel for 17 years and bedrooms bathrooms dining room...More
This is, as many reviewers have said, a lovely small guesthouse with an excellent restaurant. It is situated on the edge of Lough Ramor and bedrooms and the restaurant overlook this lovely lake. We found it very comfortable, quiet, clean. We ate breakfast and dinner...More
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US$128 - US$153 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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It's Ireland you're coming to, not Iraq! The roads even have tarmac and signs to point you in the right direction. If you are lost however you can speak to one of the friendly local Neanderthals who will grunt and point you... More
It's Ireland you're coming to, not Iraq! The roads even have tarmac and signs to point you in the right direction. If you are lost however you can speak to one of the friendly local Neanderthals who will grunt and point you in the right direction