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We returned to Ireland, and, for the 5h time, we stayed at Newpark House. Declan was so helpful, as we looked for information about our family history. He went "above and beyond" to find information for us...Ireland is about the people and Declan is certainly...More
We came to Ennis (3 generations of my family) to see my grandmothers birth place. Declan our host at Newpark House made our trip most memorable. Declan is a local history expert and was able to help us locate my family gravesite and also had...More
I visited New Park House in May 2017. We were welcomed by Declan and Bernie. After a warm hello, we were offered tea!
My friend and I each had our own room. They were wonderfully appointed. Beds are very comfortable....the room was tidied up every...More
Wonderful house with its own unique history. Since this home was built in the 1700's, there is a wonderful uniqueness to the layout and organization to the home. I would not have changed any aspect of the house.
The breakfast was wonderful and made to...More
My wife and I stayed at this very atmospheric house back in June, and we really loved it. To begin with, the house is set on a huge expanse of property, very much like its own private park. The building is centuries old, but has...More
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It is probably about 1 mile into town center from Newpark House. Several quests have walked to town while we were there. You could call for a taxi. Your best bet is to contact Declan at Newpark House to see if any buses... More
It is probably about 1 mile into town center from Newpark House. Several quests have walked to town while we were there. You could call for a taxi. Your best bet is to contact Declan at Newpark House to see if any buses go to the shopping center about 1/4 mile up the road or how much a taxi might cost. The center of town is a lot of walking, but worth the effort to see all it's quaint nook and cranny side streets. We hope you get to enjoy it.
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"We've always stayed in Room #5 - a very comfortable bed"