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Blarney Woollen Mills Hotel
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All reviewsblarney woollen millschristy's bareggs benedictirish shopold millcork citylamb shankvery nice hotelthe pubweekend breaktour buseshotel barreception staffbeds were comfortablea lovely staystayed here for one nightfull irish
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Reviewed 1 April 2012

We stayed at this hotel for Bed & Breakfast while travelling around. A beautiful old building, we had a lovely room, I loved the character of old solid wood in the doors. Part of the complex is the shop 'The largest woollen mills shop in the world', again in a beautiful building - in fact we mistook it for the hotel as we pulled into the car park! There were so many lovely goods on offer a person could happily spend a few hours browsing in there! There's a pub outside as you leave the shop and an outside cafeteria as you head to the hotel. It was a glorious day so people were sitting outside both and the atmosphere around was great. We had a meal that evening and discovered that the hotel restaurant was actually the cafeteria. The food was excellent and the staff very obliging. it wasn't until breakfast time that I appreciated the history of the restaurant, it's actually the old mill - not a place for anyon ewho likes to dress up to dine though. All in all a veery enjoyable stay.

Room Tip: Always tell staff of your needs before you book
  • Stayed: December 2011, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank Kath4989
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Reviewed 31 March 2012

Having secured our accommodation through Stephen, the manager, we used the Blarney Woolen Mills as a base for touring and walking in Cork city and surrounding county. Our stay was for 4 nights and was cosy and comfortable. The dining experience suited us as all courses were individually priced. We had some minor hiccups but none that could not be resolved by the ever helpful staff. We intend repeating the experience late Autumn

Room Tip: request a room with a view
  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Frank107Dublin
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Reviewed 28 March 2012

a brillant place to stay we were allowed to stay in the room till 6.00 no charge as we had a late flight the mill is next door to blanary castle worth a trip but allow 3 hours and wear walking shoes as the woods are magical the wittches cave and druds circle and fairy glen s and lakes to walk round and of course kiss the blarney stone
the hotel in an old mill has a restaurant next door with great food and a shop the largest irish shop in the world and does brillant woollens to buy and linenand worth a visit
in the village is a pub with live music every nioght from 9.00
and its near to cork 5 kils drive or get a bus its has beautiful screnery around if you drive out the ringof kerry is 2 hours away monkstown worth a visit for fish and chip supper in the pub on the green there 10 euros and a real old irish pub and takea boat over to cobb fromthere 5 mins where the last visit of the titantic was before its maiden fatal voyage

Room Tip: no difference on roomas all good and we had a late plane amd they let us stay in the room till 6.00 which was so nice no charge and the best bed s to sleep ever and castle is 2 mins walk worth a visit but allow 3 hours walking there wear walking shoes the woods are beautiful and magical witches caves druds circles and fairy woods and of course the blanery stone to kiss. food frsh in the mill next door with the biggest irish shop in the world next to it as well.a pub with live music in village every night from 9.00 as well
  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 22 March 2012

we had a pleasant stay here. the room was good. staff were nice. attached restaurant food was ok, if a bit overpriced, and had poor service. other than that all was good. recommend.

  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 19 March 2012

This was the cheapest hotel of our trip, but it was also the worst quality. The beds were just a step up from the floor. It is old and kind of dingy, but it was clean and the service was very good. Stay away from the hotel breakfast though. We had a decent view of the castle from our room, but we were also just above the front door and every smoker stands there and talks in the middle of the night. The girls at the front desk don't know much about the area, but they were very nice and fun to talk with. If you don't mind slumming a bit, this is a good place to stay.

Room Tip: Ask for a view of the castle but NOT above the front door.
  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank 5,111
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