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subaway wrote a review Feb 2008
new york, new york6 contributions6 helpful votes
In October two friends, my wife and I took a driving three-week trip to Ireland and England. We stayed in a many places I had researched on Trip Advisor and all of them happily worked out really well. But the best place was not on TA yet and I want to fill that gap: Rathcoffey House. It's just South West of Maynooth about 15-20 miles from Dublin near the town of Clane. I don't know for sure but I think there's about 4 or 5 bedrooms. The ones we had were ensuite. It hadn't opened "officially" at that time. We had it kind of by special arrangement, my cousin knew the owner, Aiden, and booked the four of us in for the one night we were in the neighborhood. If there had been more time we would have stayed much longer. The house is a terrific Georgian house, wonderfully restored and sensitively modernized, set in the countryside with mostly grazing and farm land all around. It has an interesting history and Aiden told us a bit of it. Many of the furnishings, pictures and accessories are period antiques; all the rooms are rich in fine details appropriate to a lux home. There are such pretty gardens front and back and I think there is an area for horses too. Something I liked a lot was the scale, like Goldilocks it's just right. I'll post pix if I can. The house takes its name from the near by ruin, the Rathcoffey House that sits on a hilltop in a wide field. The ruin most certainly evoked that wistful feeling ruins are suppose to. My cousin gave me this contact number [--]. Other places we stayed: Doolin: Ballinalacken Castle Hotel Louisburgh: Westview Hotel New Grange: Roughgrange Farm Dublin: Molesworth Court Cambridge: Worth House Oxford: St Thomas Mews Amesbury: Fairlawn Hotel London: Premier Travel Inn Travel Inn: County Hall
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Date of stay: October 2007
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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IrelandProvince of LeinsterCounty KildareClane
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