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We had chosen this beautiful B and B as it was not far from our planned stops at Powerscourt and Glendalough. It was easy to find and we arrived late afternoon. Mary served us tea and scones, sitting in with us for a most enjoyable...More
We stayed over night at Moate lodage, warm and friendly welcome. Delicious evening meal. Wonderful rooms. Very clean and really loved the electric blanket. Peaceful nights sleep. Breakfast next morning was again wonderful and the freshly baked scones were superb. Would definitely recommend.More
Response from thepelins, Owner at Moate LodgeResponded 10 May 2018
Raymond and I love to hear positive feedback and are genuinely very great full. I can't tell you how much it helps us and makes all the hard work feel worthwhile. We look forward Jennifer to welcoming you. Hannah and Alan back again soon..
I’ve been there for two weeks and I’ve got a great hospitality by Mary and Raymond.
Clean and comfortable room, perfect breakfast, lovely and quiet location.
I’ll come again for sure!
Thanks a lot, Mary and Raymond!!!More
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Response from thepelins, Owner at Moate LodgeResponded 4 May 2018
Thank you Noam for taking the time to write such a lovely review. I'm sure your family are delighted to have you home again. Raymond and I look forward to a return visit from you again soon and hopefully with the family.
Beautiful farmhouse nice and out of the way. Mary was away while we were here but Raymond couldn't do enough for us, nothing was a problem for him. He's a living history book as well with a great knowledge of the local area. Always greeting...More
My wife and i with our two kids stayed here on a trip to Kildare om Tuesday night. The building is 18th century and is excellent appointed and full to antique type furnishings - very traditional. The bedroom we had was the family room with...More