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All reviewsthe ownersense of humourirish witcashel folk villagein townminute walkexcellent locationroom was clean and comfortableat homeplace to staya great stayirish breakfasttasty breakfastwithin walking distancegreat hospitalityplenty of parkingbrian boru
If you came to Ireland to enjoy Irish humour you have it in spades in the owner Patrick. So if you want, dear I say it, a Basil Fawlty moment without the Fawlty towers, this could be it. His accent is quite strong and he...More
We dropped in May 1st around 7 p.m. and were lucky enough to get the last room. We loved this place and hope to stay again next year. Close walk to to restaurant, and the castle. We had a view of the castle from our...More
We (3 adults, 1 room) had a great stay at the Rockville House. The host is very nice and funny, the room was clean (although the interior wasn‘t the most up to date) and the breakfast tasted very good - for a real Irish breakfast...More
Well, Rockville House IS within a "rocks throw" of the Rock of Cashel, especially if you are Brian Boru! As it was we arrived for a 1 night stay on Monday, 15 May 2017, and were met by Patrick who, with his "wild & crazy"...More
Patrick and his wife are great hosts. A sense of humor and great breakfast to start the day off as well. The location can’t be beat. There is lots to see in Cashel, as in the rock of Cashel, Hoor’s Abbey ruins and The Cashel...More