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We stayed here recently after attending an art exhibition on the grounds. The house has a lovely atmosphere. You are made to feel like it is your own and the staff were really knowledgable and friendly. Dinner, as expected, was good quality Irish cooking. We...More
My wife and I just finished a 2 night stay at the Ballymaloe House and had a wonderful time.
The house and grounds are beautiful and serene. The house itself is very large and furnished in an old fashioned classic style, almost like staying at...More
We drove from Shannon Airport after landing to have lunch at this place. It's a bit out of the way but very worth it. The grounds are very nice. It looks like it would be a fun place to stay. We tried several different dishes...More
I did not manage the last 2 years but it was never far from my mind .
But everything is the same ( thank goodness ) . Why change the ingredients if it works fine .
Service 11/10 especially Anne at...More
I wanted to treat my wife to a special break from Dublin after a busy schedule recently. Ballymaloe proved to be a most excellent decision.
Rachel at reception had a warm greeting for us upon arrival, showing us to our beautifully appointed room.
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East Cork where the hotel is situated is quite flat and there are some lovely "country roads" i.e. narrow and winding and can carry a reasonable amount of traffic. You would need to ride up and down such roads to get to the... More
East Cork where the hotel is situated is quite flat and there are some lovely "country roads" i.e. narrow and winding and can carry a reasonable amount of traffic. You would need to ride up and down such roads to get to the hotel.There are some beautiful places to visit. The main N25 to and from Cork and Waterford is busy, but wide,and there is a hard shoulder for quite a bit if it,so you can cycle with a degree of safety. As always,sensible safety precautions i.e. high viz,lights etc will always help......