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Reviewed 19 August 2015

Roseleague Manor was the accommodation I was most looking forward to on our trip. The dinner and breakfast was really nice and the conservatory was chilled and relaxing. Some parts of Roseleague are shabby in parts and I was so disappointed with our room. We didnt get any toiletries until I asked at the main desk, no four poster bed or large bathroom like other rooms our friends had. The staff were all lovely and really friendly.

  • Stayed: August 2015, travelled with friends
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1  Thank Liz R
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Reviewed 17 August 2015

We arrived after a 4 hour drive to Rosleague Manor, the staff were so nice, we got an upgrade after they had received a cancelation - Fabulous room really big and cosy. We had dinner in the dining room which was great! the bar closes very early, so if you fancy a late drink - pre order they are happy to give you a bottle of wine and drink it in the sitting room. We stayed 2 nights and will definitely be back!

Stayed: August 2015
1  Thank Lorraine K
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Reviewed 13 August 2015

This was the fifth hotel of our Classic car tour of Ireland. The hotel was in a delightful, if slightly isolated , location. The views were excellent although our room didn't have any. The staff were very friendly during our 3 night stay; however, there were not many of them so we often had to wait for service. The restaurant in which we ate on all three nights was very attractive and the food was excellent with the menu changing every night.

Room Tip: Get a room at the front with great views
  • Stayed: July 2015, travelled with friends
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1  Thank patcf100
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Reviewed 11 August 2015

This is a beautiful, romantic place to which to escape. Situated near Letterfrack in County Galway, it hovers on the edge of one of the many watery inlets along the Wild Atlantic Way, and its gardens were tumbling with well-tended hydrangeas and many other summer plants when we were there. Unfortunately, the weather was grim, so be warned. While it was apparently 'Mediterranean' the day before we arrived, it was anything but when we got there, and our bedroom, although large and well-appointed and very pretty, was quite cool. The heat was turned on at my request, but it was set so low it made no difference whatsoever to the temperature. However, the very kind woman who organised everything had a plug-in electric/oil heater brought to the room, which helped matters. Everything else was fine, and as the rest of the hotel was warm, I sense that Room 16 (our room) may have been one of those ill-heated areas for whatever reason.
The hotel restaurant/breakfast-room is really warm, inviting and lovely, with burnt orange coloured walls on which blue plates are displayed at one end, and various paintings throughout. The style is old-fashioned, traditional-cum-Victorian, and I felt very much at home. Cuisine is excellent, with a good mix of surf and turf. Vegetables were nicely cooked and presented. Their mousse au chocolate was one of the best I've tasted anywhere. All in all, a lovely place, but avoid Room 16. I'd go again, if I thought the weather was going to be dry.

Room Tip: Ask for a room in the main house.
  • Stayed: August 2015, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Charliegirl2010
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Reviewed 9 August 2015 via mobile

We stayed 5 nights with our Westie in this relaxed family run Country House. The staff and food are amazing. Mark and all the team are professional but very relaxed and nothing is too much bother. The dinner menu changes every night and offers the best of local produce. We can't wait to return.

Stayed: August 2015, travelled as a couple
1  Thank tfortune
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