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Reluctance to leave is a very good sign that Currarevagh has a special quality.
As everyone says the food is top class.
The welcome and the sustained interest in guest wellbeing is unique in our experience.
The breakfast is a joy.
Some might find it...More
This is an Irish country manor hotel at its best: far out in the woods, lots of land ("rainforest") around, cozy rooms, a very welcoming owner family ... and, maybe not so common, excellent meals!!
Hoghly recommended. Should we come back to the area, this...More
Having just spent a fabulous 3 days at this house they truly deserve an outstanding review. The views are breathtaking, delicious variety of fresh food, compliments to the chef, afternoon tea and cakes (all baked by Henry the owner ) were scrumptious. The wine cellar...More
We stayed three nights at this inn. The food was wonderful, breakfast was superb, home baked cakes for tea, and amazing dinners and wine. The rooms are lovely. This place looks over Lough Corrib, which is a huge beautiful lake. They have wonder wooden boats...More
I rarely write a second review for the same place, but following our third visit in September to Currarevagh House, I wanted to share once again our thoughts on this very special place.
Henry, the owner looks after front of house and ensures that everyone...More