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Stayed here as a dinner + B&B treat for myself and my wife.
Building is a historic Coach stop and very pretty with an outstaning garden.
Room nice & spacious, open fireplace and nice view of the garden. Room did not lock, and person at...More
What's wrong with being a little old-fashioned? Plugs on chains which don't need encouragement to drain, real basins which hold soap rather than slithery basin
surrounds, beds with blankets allowing for choice of cover rather than a single duvet... Decor a little shabby, but more...More
My husband and I spent Saturday evening 1st July at Hunters Hotel. We arrived and were greeted by Margaret who very quickly without even checking the register referred to us as 'The Browns'. We were shown to a beautiful bedroom overlooking the garden and advised...More
Dined at this hotel for evening meal. Slightly out of the way in Wicklow . Definitely old charm but bordering on almost run down - aged decor , tiles, pictures etc, long past their gloss . That said , waiting staff were professional and friendly....More
Its hard to share Hunters Hotel, I suspect everyone who stays there feels the same. It feels like home, but home as you wish it to be. The house and gardens are simply beautiful, and need no praise from me. But the staff deserve all...More
Response from MaryMacDublin | Reviewed this property |
You would need to check directly with the owners of the hotel. No pets when I was there- they have out houses but I wouldn't put a house dog there- it would be frightening for them. Sorry I didn't know.
Hunter's is a charming, well run and historical country inn. The staff are wonderful and the food is simply good, fresh, local and delicious. If you want a smooth, cookie cutter hotel with polished marble floors and staff... More
Hunter's is a charming, well run and historical country inn. The staff are wonderful and the food is simply good, fresh, local and delicious. If you want a smooth, cookie cutter hotel with polished marble floors and staff that are in it for a wage, this is not the place for you. But if you want real Irish hospitality, in warm and cosy surroundings with lovely food and service, Hunters is highly recommended. I was there about four weeks ago and confirm that it's as good as ever.