My husband and I stayed at the Falls Hotel in Ennistymon for a few nights immediately after Easter. The hotel is set in lovely grounds with the river cascading down. There are lovely short walks around the grounds. We enjoyed the beautiful view of the cascading river from the dining room and bar. We had dinner in the bar and restaurant and found everything very nice. We used the pool in the mornings before breakfast when it was very quite. Ennistymon is very well situated for getting to the Cliffs of Moher, the magnificent Burren, Doolin Caves, Ailwee Caves, Lahinch and a haven for walking.
It was a disadvantage not having Wi-Fi in the bedrooms, though it was available in the lobby and the bar (sometimes hit and miss)
We enjoyed our stay at the Falls Hotel and would happily return.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Formerly the Manor House of the local gentry, the history of the Falls Hotel is intertwined with that of the area, with many local legends being associated with it. Relax and unwind in the renowned Dylan Thomas Bar. The Grounds of the Hotel extend to 50 acres of gardens, woodland and glen. Its river walks and woodland pathways offer a haven of peace and tranquility, yet it is only 30 minutes away from the booming county town of Ennis and 50 minutes away from Shannon International Airport. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Falls Hotel Ennistymon