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Had a great meal here last night. We called in on our way through, and staff were very accommodating to ensure we could get a table even though we hadn’t booked. The food was excellent - I had the local fish pie which was one...More
Spent a lovely weekend at Arnold’s Hotel. The restaurant offered a varied menu. The food and accommodation was first class. Lovely sea view from the bedrooms. Staff were very friendly and helpful. I would highly recommend this hotel.
What a beautiful, classic, old school(in a good way!) Irish hotel. When we walked into castle like room 5 my teenage daughter( who has stayed in hotels around the world) said “Mom How much did you pay for this?!” (it was actually very reasonable). Honestly...More
Just home from Arnold's. We stayed Sunday to Wednesday. Excellent serving staff also very friendly and efficient. Rooms spotless and comfortable. The menu was very varied and we had a super meal. Great value for money too. Cannot wait to go back in August.
Very kind and helpsome staff. Fine rooms. God restaurant. Fine bar. No elevator. Perfect surroundings in the small city og wonderful landscape. Enjoy the beach opposite the hotel. If you want to swimm in the ocean,you can walk to a beautiful beach i 10 minutes.
in short, yes. It is tidal, but within a mile or so is a place called Marblehill, which has an outstanding beach. you will be spoiled for choice. Remember that it is the Atlantic, therefore cold at the best of times to swim... More
in short, yes. It is tidal, but within a mile or so is a place called Marblehill, which has an outstanding beach. you will be spoiled for choice. Remember that it is the Atlantic, therefore cold at the best of times to swim in.