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After viewing their website and video I expected more. Much more . The Old Ground is just that OLD. Tired and frayed around the edges. Not even close to luxury . When we checked in the lobby looked like a flop house scattered with old...More
Thank Dave M
Response from MaryGleeson, General Manager at Old Ground HotelResponded 14 May 2016
We are disappointed to read your review.
Your comment about our much appreciated guests was rather insulting to them.
I suggest readers take more note of the many positive comments before and after your visit where guests really enjoyed the atmosphere in our...More
Stayed in this hotel while visiting a sick family member, the staff were so helpful even packing me some delicious scones to take to the hospital. Rooms were spotless and the beds were the most comfortable I have ever slept in, food was delicious and...More
My team mates and I stayed in this hotel two years running and the experience we had was amazing! Speaking for myself I can say that the staff were so so helpful! And the food in the poets bar was second to none! Roll on...More
This hotel is an excellent place to stay in Ennis. It is very close to the city center yet very quiet. The rooms are very comfortable. We did not have breakfast as we had an early flight home. They have a very nice pub attached...More
The overall experience is wonderful, the staff are friendly - nothing is too much trouble- the food in the restaurant, Town Hall Cafe and Poets Bar is excellent and very generous.
We have been going there for 10 years and although some of the staff...More
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I don't remember whether the beds were queen or double. It seems like they were queen because we had so much room, however, we found queen beds were not the norm in Ireland like they are in the US. Most beds were doubles and... More
I don't remember whether the beds were queen or double. It seems like they were queen because we had so much room, however, we found queen beds were not the norm in Ireland like they are in the US. Most beds were doubles and often a fold out couch was the '3rd bed.'