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Hunter's Hotel
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Reviewed 19 December 2016

Hunter's Hotel is one of the true hidden gems of Wicklow and Ireland. It's an old coaching inn run by the same family for nearly 200 years, only quietly upgraded to meet present day needs. The riverside gardens provide all the vegetables and flowers for the hotels needs. From garden to plate, how much fresher can you get than that!
Lovely log and turf fires in winter for you to while away a rainey afternoon.
Very pleasant and attentive staff. Lunch is a real pleasure, you are given all the time in the world to enjoy your meal. A varied menu and a good reasonable wine list.
All in all its like stepping back to a different era and pace of life. May it always be so!

  • Stayed: October 2016, travelled with family
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2  Thank petervsheehan
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Reviewed 16 December 2016

Although it had been more than 20 years since our last visit to Hunter's Hotel I don't think much had changed but that made it all the more charming. Sunday lunch is clearly and understandably very popular so a reservation is highly recommended for either sitting. Very nice menu and classic roast beef cooked to perfection with lots of vegetables and served by delightful staff. The Pavlova was praised as the nicest ever! Overheard nearby was a lady asking for the recipe for the gravy which was duly given to her - not out of a packet for sure! Will certainly return here.

  • Stayed: December 2016, travelled with family
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1  Thank SerenidadDerbyshire
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Reviewed 8 December 2016

Great to see what is a beautiful old coaching inn was like as this hasn't been messed around with so called 'Modernity'. There is nothing else around the Hotel though Ashford and Rathnew are only a few kilometres away.

We arrived Sunday evening and were welcomed by Flo whom was so welcoming and helpful (words that may be over used in this review as all the people working here were ... so welcoming and helpful) and once we had checked in offered us a pot of tea or a drink which they brought up to our rooms. We had a twin and a single - both rooms were absolutely fantastic (Rooms 10 & 11). Once again the rooms were authentic to the rest of the hotel with decent sized bathrooms en-suite and were spotlessly clean. One of our party is fairly disabled and whilst our rooms were upstairs it wasn't a problem. They do have a room on the ground floor which Flo offered but we said we'ed stick with upstairs.

When I booked I was told that the kitchen closes if there are no bookings on a Sunday Evening; service is between 19:30 and 20:30 hrs. We had a great meal - food was great as was the St. Emilion which I had to drink all on my own - lucky me...! For Starters we had the soup, goat's cheese and onion tart and prawns in garlic butter; For Mains two of us had the Lamb Rump and one had the Turbot. Being picky ... we found the prawns 'light in flavour' and thinks they could have done with a bit of a kick and the lamb rump I personally would have roasted - really just an opinion as it was all really enjoyable.

Breakfast was whatever you wanted - was fresh and just hit the spot. There was an event being held in the hotel lunchtime which we were attending and had hoped to stay Monday Night but sadly there was no availability. I asked could we have a late check out on one of the rooms as it would make life a lot easier for us. The gentleman I asked, whom I found out was Tom and one of the Gelletlie Family, said "absolutely - no problem" and when I asked re payment "no problem - do that when you come back later". Food and service for the lunch time event was great.

What else can I say except Thank You All For Being So Helpful and Welcoming and I hope to visit again.

  • Stayed: December 2016, travelled with family
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Thank D O
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Reviewed 20 November 2016 via mobile

I have been to this hotel on many occasions for Sunday lunch and come away satisfied but this visit was very different. The soup was supposed to have been leak and potato but could have been anything it was so lacking in flavour. Two of us had lamb which was so tough we struggled to eat it and one friend had beef which seemed to have been reheated. We each got one roast potato which was like leather abs no other potatoes were served. Bearing in mind that the price had increased since we were last there we certainly felt what we got was very poor value for money. We were asked to have our tea/coffee in the sitting room which we did not mind as we were looking forward to a chat but alas it was freezing and we had no choice but to leave. Will not be returning anytime soon.

Stayed: November 2016, travelled with friends
2  Thank Mary M
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Reviewed 13 November 2016

Hunter's Hotel is a lovely old coaching inn that is in a fairly remote area. It was a nice break from the hustle and bustle of sight seeing.

While a tad dated, our room was large and comfortable. Our room was on the second floor. There is not lift and the stairs are a little steep.

Dinner was wonderful! We started out in the sitting room where we were served cocktails and looked over the menu. We were then seated in the elegant dining room for an excellent dinner. Breakfast the next morning was delicious.

Make sure you take a walk through the vegetable garden. The produce from the garden is used for the dinners/lunches. It is amazing.

  • Stayed: September 2016, travelled as a couple
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Thank H0tlanta
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