Came for a quiet weekend by the beach. Walked the beach before dinner. The staff were lovely so friendly and always checking if we were OK. We had one drink in Furlongs pub down the road. I had Sole for dinner and it was so tasty. The room was clean and comfortable and stay was for reasonable price. There was hand sanitiser on each table and staff had all masks when serving so I felt very comfy. Will come again thank you for a lovely relaxing stay. First stay in Wexford and loved it. Best wishes Elaine
Popped in for lunch after enjoying a lovely walk on Curracloe beach. It was a lovely sunny day and we were able.to sit outside and enjoy some very tasty soup and sandwiches with a glass of wine. Service was excellent and all in all was good value.
Was here for a family meal. Found the booking method very confusing so ended up emailing for them to say that’s confirmed but I hadn’t give a time... Felt the restaurant was very much for volume on banqueting chairs which I do understand given the times however tables were socially distanced. Food and presentation were really good for the price and would recommend if in the area, some staff did seem under pressure but if you asked for something it was immediately brought over.
We spent a wonderful week at Hotel Curracloe. The comfy rooms were well serviced and stocked full of fresh towels and toiletries. The shower pressure was excellent (always important!). The hotel has great cleaning staff who were ever present on the corridors in the morning and this combined with the friendly service and great location meant a very happy stay! Unfortunately! We did experience a thunderous noise early one morning as our room was at the back of the hotel. Upon investigation, after we were jolted awake, we found a brewery truck loading around 200 beer kegs under our window which took an exceedingly long time. The amount of beer being replaced wasn't a surprise however considering the dangerous number of people socialising on the the grounds of the pub each night. Very stressful during a pandemic. This aside, I would also comment on the high price of our stay. To compare, a luxury hotel booked in Killarney (our second week of staycation), including two three course meals, two packed lunches, and tea and scones upon arrival, was comparable in cost to our stay in Hotel Curracloe. Not the fault of Hotel Curracloe of course - but when there's only one hotel, there's no competitors. Not to detract from our overall stay of course; we were very happy throughout our week there despite some grievances.…
I stayed locally with my family but we ate in the restaurant for dinner 3 evenings and for 1 breakfast. The staff were friendly and helpful. My 5 year old daughter has allergies to dairy and eggs. The chef was so accommodating and helpful she wasn't pawned off with the usual sausage and chips option. She had a hearty, healthy meal which she was delighted with as were we. The rest of my family's meals were also delicious.