Stopped in for lunch en route to Bantry. We were greeted warmly immediately and were shown to our table. Great selection of starters, mains and lunch items. All four of us enjoyed every bit of our food which arrived promptly and was freshly cooked. A special word of thanks to the lady that helped us with the seating arrangements!! Would definitely recommend.
Visited Wallis arms today Friday 17 06 22 wow wow the place was spotless the toilets were designed to a standered by someone thinking ahead seated straight away by a lady full of charm food was of the highest standered both plates were returned empty and I was with a person who has been in the food business for 25 years and she was as I blown away by the interior design we were on our way back from dunmanway food excellent priced right and by was it fresh but every thing has to be right and it was we found a gem Tom limerick
I went for lunch with a friend in the Wallis Arms as we had to wait as the internet was down in the bank today 31/05/2022 I had soup and a sandwich and my friend sandwich chips and 2 cokes. After we ate I asked for the bill and presented my card for payment. The manager came over and said cash only and demanded I go to the ATM for the money which I did. The ATM was not working due to the Internet being down in the area. I returned to the Wallis Arms and explained the situation to the manager. As I work nearby I said I would go to the next village for money and return to pay. He stood between us and the door and said No and he bullied me into giving my card details. I told him I really was not comfortable and very unhappy with the situation but he said we had to give him the number and he became angry and irate, he said 'I wont go shopping with it' Being afraid I gave him my details and we left. I am so vey angry that I gave him my details and I am so worried. We will NEVER NEVER NEVER return to the Wallis Arms in Millstreet. I think it would have been a very different situation if it was two men !!!!!!…
On the way back from Killarney to the Midlands we stopped over for the night at the Wallis Arms Hotel, the staff here can't do enough for you to make you feel welcome ,the dinner was fabulous top marks to the chef we both had the stuffed garlic mushrooms and the minute you taste them you know they were made fresh not bought in prepacked, for our mains we had the fish and chips again so fresh and the lightest crispy batter, thanks to Chloe who went out of her way when I asked for some extra teabags brought a tray with mugs, teabags and a few biscuits up to the room for us, if your passing through millstreet would definitely recommend if you need a bed to stay there and if not definitely stop for the food, thanks to Nigel and all the staff for making our stay so comfortable 😀
We stayed at the Wallis Arms on the recommendation of family in Ireland. The staff was very accommodating as we arrived directly from the airport and were quite fatigued. Our room was spotlessly clean, roomy, and very comfortable. The bed was firm, which we like. Those with limitations climbing stairs should be aware that there are two rather lengthy flights to navigate en route to the rooms. We met family downstairs in the restaurant for a very tasty dinner and partook of the full Irish breakfast prior to striking out the next morning. Irish hospitality at its best. We’ll stay again!
Booked a table for 10 people and asked over the phone would we be seated at one table as many other places have agreed...Women on the phone said we can call sit together for our dinner. On arrival we were seated at two tables of 5 not even facing eachother but back to back...I asked the waiter there was it possible to even turn the tables so we could atleast talk across the table to eachother and he said he’d ask as he pointed out joining tables was off the book even though I was told on the phone being seated together was perfectly fine. He then proceeded to not come back to the table with an answer so another waitress came down and I asked again which she said she’d ask the supervisor and get him/her down to the table. No supervisor approached us and we never got an answer in which we spent all our time back to back not able to talk to one another and very far apart....The Bill was wrong and we got over charged but just as well we check before we pay. I will not be returning nor will my friends because of this nonsense…
Would not recommend to eat here, the food was warm..completely processed and cheap for what they charged. Plates were dirty, cutlery was bent. We Had to nearly make our own tea/coffee. I or we would not recommend to eat her.
I have just completed my fifth stay at the Wallis Arms hotel. I have stayed at this hotel every year for two weeks over the last five years. I have always found the staff both friendly and professional. Many of the staff have been at the hotel for many years which I take as a good sign. I would see the owner almost every day. It is a small property, only seven rooms and all of them are above the pub. There is no lift/elevator and all the rooms are on the second floor. There is no big fancy lobby, you check in with the person behind the bar in the pub. They serve food in the pub and the restaurant. I have always found the food to be good with a decent selection. The package I get includes breakfast. Every morning I would eat in the pub and would always receive great food, wonderful service and large portions. It is a great location to use as a base when visiting the southern part of the Republic of Ireland. There is a train station a mile from the hotel with a free car park. The train can take you to Cobh, Cork City, Killarney and many other places. Blarney Castle is about a 40-minute drive and Cork City is about an hour drive. Killarney is about 25 minutes from the hotel. The roads around the hotel are easy for an American tourist to drive. There is parking in front of the hotel and there is a free car park a couple blocks away. Within a few blocks of the hotel is an ATM, grocery store and gas/petrol station. The police station/Garda station is right next door. There are a few other pubs and “chippers” within a five-minute walk. There is a Catholic church a few blocks away. When I am in Ireland the Wallis Arms is where I stay.…
We called into the Wallis Arms hotel in Millstreet for a quick bite to eat when we took a slight detour. Such a warm welcome and friendly service by the lovely waitress working in the bar. Good food at reasonable prices.
I felt immediately welcomed when I walked in... as a solo long-distance walker it was fantastic to have some hot soup and bread straight away and it was easy just to sit and the bar and take it easy. Billy clearly knows how to engage with customers and does a great job