Bridget was a very welcoming and kind host. Bedroom was spacious and comfortable. Beautiful breakfast. We have visited Graiguenamanagh many times over the last few years - a number of lovely places to eat and have a drink. Would definitely recommend staying here.
We stayed one night and were very happy. Bridget was most welcoming and sent us off to the town- 2 minutes walk- for dinner and a pint. The room was enough for us and our 4 bags, a chair and side table for your items. All guest rooms are upstairs up a wooden staircase. The room was warm enough even on a 2 degree night. The bed is a double and for me a bit soft but we slept fine. No real noise to speak of as it is on a side street. Breakfast starts at 8.30 and we were woken with a gentle knock at that time to let us know it was ready. We were asked the previous day what we wanted as a hot breakfast and it was made for us so nice and hot. Bridget likes a chat and she will be able to point out all the attractions around the area, so is well worth letting her know your plans as she knows where the good places are.…
Based on my and my parents’ stay, this accommodation should meet or exceed one’s needs or expectations. Cyclists as well as those looking to hike up Brandon Hill or down to St. Mullins should have a good base camp here.
Personal attention (only 3 or 4 bedrooms); comfortable bedroom with small shower-room ensuite; good-quality Irish breakfast. Richard and Bridget are very knowledgeable about the local community and its facilities.
Really enjoyed our stay here on a cycling trip - fully met the needs of our 3 man group . I left gear behind and the owner went to great trouble to get it back to me - outstanding . Graige is a wonderful town on the River Barrow with lots to do . We could walk easily to restaurants and pubs ; Our room was very clean and we were able to keep our bikes indoors. I would definitely stay here again