The Hotel it self was lovely, the staff were all very helpful And friendly. Unfortunately the food had a lot to be desired, it was way over priced a steak and a very small.portion of chips for €28.50 , we asked for veg We were told there was none and it was to come with garlic butter there was none to be had .My.husband had to return his steak as over cooked for him and then they changed it for a steak that was practically raw. The breakfast we asked for vegetarian and got meat sausages I feel if there was some improvement on the menu And care taken we would come back for a stay But with things as they are we would not return
Small family owned hotel in the heart of the burren therefore a great vase to explore the area. The hotel is quiet, there is customer parking and the food in the restaurant is very good. The choices for breakfast are varied and there is table service which is just lovely. Definitely will return.
Rooms were spotless, medium sized, excellent value for money but most importantly staffed bby the friendliest, nicest staff some of whom were quite young. Pleasant, helpful, smiling. Nothing too much trouble. Thomas was exceptionally attentive. Denise on reception was excellent WiFi was a bit rocky but I imagine that is down to the area rather than the hotel. No lift. My friend is recovering from a knee replacement. No offer of help with bags Shower curtain and tiles a bit "tired"
The hotel is located centrally, with ample parking. A clean hotel with nice staff overall. Our room was rather small and facing the road so it was getting quite noisy with passing cars. Breakfast could be improved - stale bread, undrinkable coffee, inedible bacon….
we had a nice stay at Hylands, and will definitely return. However, i was very disappointed to see they were not taking any care of their staff or customers with all the windows closed in the breakfast room, and it was a fine day in july as well. in my experience many hotels are choosing or neglectful of ventilation issues, which, in communal areas, is a key driver of superspreading events. I could have overlooked the fact that the room was over priced at 140euros (a room that would be normally worth 80euros) had they been generous in other ways, but they charged 12extra per head for breakfast, and the breakfast was minimal - the vegetarian breakfast was the same as the full irish but with all the meat removed ie an egg (no good as im a vegan), half a tomato, a desertspoon of mushrooms, and a small terrine of baked beans, and one slice of toast.. i had to ask 3 times for an extra slice of toast which appeared after my tea was cold one am, and never materialised the next am. As i said, yes i could expect some overpricing in these covid times but the ventilation issues and the general breakfast meaness was concerning and disappointing. However, if these things were improved it is definitely and nice place to say.…