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we had an overnight in Hylands Burren hotel. I believe its under new management and it shows, we were very impressed with the updating of the hotel which seems to be ongoing. Our room was lovely,very fresh bright and clean . The bed was very...More
The Hylands Burren Hotel is set in the beautiful small coastal town of Ballyvaughan (population 300 people). The town is immaculate, and the people are amazing. We arrived late to the hotel, and we hadn't eaten dinner yet, so we called ahead and they kept...More
Was travelling on my own for the first time so was a bit weary. I was really surprised at the quality of the hotel as the price for 2 nights B&B was extremely reasonable. Really nice hotel for the price. I had a nice quiet...More
While a lot of work has been done in upgrading this very old, quaint hotel, some obvious things have been overlooked, e.g. skirting boards and rusty radiator in room 41 need painting and the grouting in the bathroom needs to be re-done; countertop was cracked...More
Stayed 2 nights ,ate in the bar both evenings.Great food ,generous portions & very reasonable.the Guinness here is excellent !
The bedroom was small but the bed very comfortable & tea & coffee facilities available .
Busy spot on the Sunday as there was a...More
Response from Autoxer48 | Reviewed this property |
It seems most places can do 3 in one room, but not 4or more. I would ask the hotel your interested in if they can do it. They are all different. We had to get two rooms, because we were traveling with our two sons. There are... More
It seems most places can do 3 in one room, but not 4or more. I would ask the hotel your interested in if they can do it. They are all different. We had to get two rooms, because we were traveling with our two sons. There are self catering places that can handle more than 3. We stayed at two such places. Hope this helps.