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Sherwood Park House

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Moonee Valley
Reviewed 22 October 2015

Paddy and Maureen could not have been better hosts,plying us with with whiskey and a warm port concoction ensuring a good nights sleep in our fabulous bedroom wing of the manor. To top this off however was the the best breakfast in our three months touring. Home made porridge with homemade strawberry ,rhubarb and mit compote with a sauce of...

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Columbus, Ohio
Reviewed 3 March 2015

If you're tired of the sterile, corporate, almost fabricated look of accommodations and you want to experience the 'real Ireland' then you must stay at Sherwood Park House. The owners are fantastic and sincere, the landscape is beautiful, the breakfast was excellent and the home gorgeous, out of the 17th century. My wife and I loved it and wanted to...

2Thank Carl3838
Reviewed 9 October 2014

Sherwood Park House is the antithesis of those brassy, shiny, pretentious chain hotels, with staff trained to mouth corporate-speak rather than deal with you as human being. Nothing ersatz about this beautiful elegant perfectly-proportioned house and the hosts Maureen and Paddy are the real deal, the genuine article. We stayed in April and I am ashamed of myself for taking...

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Dublin, Ireland
Reviewed 19 August 2014

We recently spent one night in Sherwood park House. We were greeted by the lovely Maureen and Paddy the owners of the property. Both are a mind of information and realy go out of their way to facilitate guests. In fact Paddy drove us to a local restaurant for dinner. Breakfast the next morning was great. All freshly cooked to...

1Thank Tom F
Laois, Ireland
Reviewed 5 July 2014

Stayed at Sherwood as we were attending a wedding in a nearby hotel. Paddy&maureen are both so friendly&welcoming. The house has so much character. Room was huge&really clean&comfortable. Breakfast was lovely with a great selection. Paddy even drove us to the hotel for the wedding reception. They really know how to look after their guests. Thank you for a lovely...

1Thank Caroline7219
Reviewed 11 August 2013

We were at a wedding in the town, and stayed for one night. Sherwood is a lovely old world style house. The rooms clean and large, the bed was extremely comfortable. The surrounding views are amazing. The breakfast was delicious with a large home cooked selection. The Maureen and Paddy's were warm and friendly, they could not have been nicer...

1Thank technique
Tel Aviv, Israel
Reviewed 28 September 2012

Sherwood Park House is much more than a top notch place to stay. It will long remain in our memory as one of the highlights of our trip to Ireland. The heart and soul of the place are Maureen and Paddy, who welcomed us like long-lost family members. Their warm and generous hospitality made our stay truly special. The grand...

1Thank Renan M
Stafford, United Kingdom
Reviewed 31 July 2012

We were stopping in the house on the night before a friends wedding, which was held in a nearby manor house. Maureen and Paddy were friendly and welcomed us to our room, which was lovely and spacious. The breakfast was lovely the next morning. As we checked out, Maureen asked if we minded if she could check the room in...

7Thank Deborah M
Dublin, Ireland
Reviewed 21 June 2011

We stayed for a weekend the beginning of April The warmth of the welcome from Paddy and Maureen is second to none. On arrival we were given homemade scones and coffee in front of a big log fire and relaxed after our journey. This house is is big, with large spacious rooms with a charm of its own. We were...

1Thank Sassie12
Navenby, United Kingdom
Reviewed 20 September 2009

What a house and what a welcome. Maureen and Paddy make you instantly at home in their magnificent old property, and we were treated to tea and coffee and a couple of home made scones. While some of the bathroom fittings could do with updating, everything worked OK and was spotless. A real fire was lit for us on our...

1Thank WanderingIslander

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
A unique Georgian residence offering luxury guest accommodation, on its own estate.Timeless elegance and a warm family welcome await you at Sherwood Park. A period Georgian residence built circa 1700 by Arthur Bailie, it nestles amid rolling parklands and tranquil countryside. Situated just off the main N80 midway between Dublin and Rosslare, it is an ideal touring base for the south-east. Sherwood Park House is a country retreat for anyone who enjoys candlelit dinners, brass canopy beds and Irish Country House cuisine, using the best fresh local produce.Golf, fishing, horseriding and the renowned Altamont Gardens are just some of the local attractions.Open all year. Dinner is served at 8pm. You may bring your own wine. ... more   less 

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Address: Kilbride, Ballon, Ireland
Region: Ireland > Province of Leinster > County Carlow > Ballon
Price Range: $75 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 4
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“Rooms are quaint and spotlessly clean. House is close to Altamont Gardens.”
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