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loved this old hotel felt welcomed by the owner enjoyed our room that had a separate space and bed for our son so we had privacy, even had a bidet in bath room , trouble with water being filled with minerals and a brown color...More
While touring Connemara, came from Letterfrack to Clifden to especially see the Abbeyglen. Certainly quirky. Asked for a bar menu but was told lunch had finished and they could only do scones! There were two other people sitting in the bar. Three more came in...More
The Abbeyglen Castle Hotel was very not traditional but very interesting to stay. I had read previous reviews, however I probably would concur with another reviewer that the hotel was probably not 4 star. It was quirky and interacting the stay were quite welcoming, but...More
Spent two nights here recently. The setting is beautiful. We were warmly welcomed and brought to our room. We were very happy with our superior room complete with four poster bed. We had a gas fire which really added to the ambiance. Room was very...More
Weekend away for just the two of us and had a lovely time. The hotel is quirky, you get the sense of loving it and also wondering what’s going on with that or wondering why that was added to the room as it doesn’t fit...More
12 minutes drive, according to (Automobile Association Ireland) website - I would type in 'aa', then dot, then 'ie'. Don't think Ballynahinch is a town, though - i'ts a castle/hotel in Recess, which is a lovely spot, in the... More
12 minutes drive, according to (Automobile Association Ireland) website - I would type in 'aa', then dot, then 'ie'. Don't think Ballynahinch is a town, though - i'ts a castle/hotel in Recess, which is a lovely spot, in the middle of nowhere, in beautiful Connemara. Just my opinion.