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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
I stayed here during the first week of March and from the moment I stepped through the door the warmth of the welcome was first class, the hosts George and his son David couldn't have been more helpful. Add to that the excellent food served...More
This is the first time I've stayed at the Hylands Burren Hotel since it was purchased by a local family. The upgrades are fantastic. One of the best hotel beds ever. Large shower, which you don't always find in Ireland. Staff top notch. Food delicious....More
My girlfriend and I stayed at the Hylands Burren Hotel for 2 nights over New Year 2016. The staff were generally helpful throughout our stay. Sadly, on one occasion the receptionist had a personal phone call while we were standing waiting at reception for about...More
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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.
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"No lift so ask for a main floor room if you have mobility issues."