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Overall a pleasant place to stay. Beautiful grounds. Room was very spacious and clean.
All staff very helpful and friendly, especially Gabrielle on reception.
The only things I would quibble about would be stained cups on the table at breakfast and the waitress wearing a...More
Stunning Location Rooms first class Food amazing and service efficency.
Breakfast delicious all hot food made to order.
Hotel Grounds &gardens immaculately kept.The Walled Gardens Wow Wow Superb a must see.
Staff members helpful &friendly and took time to chat
Over all stunning location exellent...More
We have just returned home after attending our friends son's wedding in Lough Rynn Castle.
From the arrival of the wedding party until we left we could not fault one thing !
The venue, the ambiance the food and service were second to none.
Attended a wedding and we stayed in one of the houses on the grounds - excellent facilities. The staff could not do enough for all the guests and the food was excellent. The grounds are superb and a walk around the walled gardens is a...More
A fabulous spot with beautiful grounds, including their Walled garden which must be seen. The main Hotel is beautiful with modern annexes for the bedrooms. The Restaurant is top class and should impress even the harshest critic. It looks like the best choice for weddings...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.
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