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This is a small but elegant proportioned castle which has been added to in recent times with a modern extension that is sympathetic to the original building and which I'm sure is very popular with couples for weddings. The quality of the cuisine in the...More
Visited this hotel for a night away with my wife. We had wanted to go here for a long time and finally got around to it. The hotel is just as expected when you pull up and the gardens look lovely, though we had bad...More
We stayed one night with dinner and breakfast and everything was just perfect. Since the second we arrived everyone was friendly, with a big smile, made us feel very welcome. The dinner, OMG the dinner was just perfect, the service was great, the waiting staff...More
This is the second time we have stayed at Lough Rynn, and chose to visit again for a quiet break, and to celebrate our 39th wedding anniversary in style. Last year we had a fantastic time and stayed in one of the stables courtyard rooms,...More
Visited with our friends (two couples) from Australia and luckily we drew the long straw with a suite.
Booked through Exploring Vacations this was a wow booking!
Situated on the shores of Lough Rinn three floors up over looking the lake in pure peace and...More
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The Wi-Fi when we stayed was not good to non-existent in our guest room. As mentioned in my review, we were in the converted stables and the walls were very thick stone, as they are throughout the castle. I didn't look for... More
The Wi-Fi when we stayed was not good to non-existent in our guest room. As mentioned in my review, we were in the converted stables and the walls were very thick stone, as they are throughout the castle. I didn't look for evidence of it, but even with a transmitter in the hallway outside the room, I think the signal would be weak inside the rooms. The signal in the common areas (Great Hall, bar, restaurant, hallways) was just fine for our needs such as checking email.