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Great hotel.There is no swimming pool no gym no spa (no children) magical.It is
situated right in the centre of town walk out the bar door and you are on the main street.The room was very good.The staff are excellent very efficient and friendly
The Old Ground is a lovely hotel which affords a stately presence in Ennis. It has a relaxed ambience and the staff were welcoming and efficient.
We had booked both suites along with our friends well in advance so were disappointed on arrival to be...More
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Response from MaryGleeson, General Manager at Old Ground HotelResponded 23 June 2016
our sincere apologies, we are devastated to read that this situation was not handled smoothly and we will have a serious team meeting to analyse why it happened.
We are delighted with the lovely recent refurbishment of the room that you stayed in...More
We stayed in the Old Ground to pick up a Rick Steeves tour. We arrived a couple days early. I never met such a nice staff. Room was great, breakfast too. Also had a group dinner there which was delicious. Great all-round hospitality experience.
This is a very good Hotel. The staff is excellent and very helpful. The Breakfast is quite good, order the "Full Irish". Right in the beautiful part of town. Rooms were quiet and clean. Many easy walks up the street to all the shops.
Ennis was our first stop in Ireland, and what a great experience at the Old Ground Hotel! Our room was very large with a seating area that was separate from the bedroom area. It was completely charming. The bathrooms were also very nice. This hotel...More
Response from Mary Ellen L | Reviewed this property |
I don't remember whether the beds were queen or double. It seems like they were queen because we had so much room, however, we found queen beds were not the norm in Ireland like they are in the US. Most beds were doubles and... More
I don't remember whether the beds were queen or double. It seems like they were queen because we had so much room, however, we found queen beds were not the norm in Ireland like they are in the US. Most beds were doubles and often a fold out couch was the '3rd bed.'