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Very friendly staff who were extremely accommodating. The hotel is well located and reasonably priced. Only possible problem is that parking could be limited. Rooms are spacious and comfortable. Excellent breakfast.
1 Thank Malcolm B
Response from MaryGleeson, General Manager at Old Ground HotelResponded 28 April 2016
Thank you Malcolm, we really appreciate your very positive and look forward to welcoming you soon again.
Unbelievable location in dead center of city with free parking. Convenient with restaurant and pub attached. Rooms very clean, service extremely friendly, lovely breakfast, old school lobby with lots of activity and fun vibe. Felt like I was in old Europe and a class hotel...More
Be it a simple cup of tea with a friend or a group event our experiences at the Old Ground have always been outstanding. Service is second to none and as for the food you can always be assured that the quality, presentation and taste...More
Every time I'm 'home' we go to the Old Ground at least once. The lunch for 10 euros is just gorgeous, generous, real fresh Irish food. The staff are lovely and although its generally always busy , we're never turned away.
Brendan O’Regan Restaurant, we...More
I am Bridesmaid for my sisters wedding, we stayed in The Old Ground Hotel on Saturday night last the 16th of April for her Hen night. What a wonderful time we had. I must say that Mary, Marie and Phil who dealt with me re...More
Response from Mary Ellen L | Reviewed this property |
I don't remember whether the beds were queen or double. It seems like they were queen because we had so much room, however, we found queen beds were not the norm in Ireland like they are in the US. Most beds were doubles and... More
I don't remember whether the beds were queen or double. It seems like they were queen because we had so much room, however, we found queen beds were not the norm in Ireland like they are in the US. Most beds were doubles and often a fold out couch was the '3rd bed.'