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Our double room was pretty basic but did the job. Despite the room's shortcomings the bar and food were excellent and well run by great friendly staff. On the negative, bed was very uncomfortable with squeaky springs and the floors creaked as well.
We were here to see friends and in one of the newly refurbished rooms which was fantastic. The reception staff are friendly and very helpful. I'd totally recommend this place. Don't go passed this place for a bit of luxury and Really good value.
Let me begin by the good - the reception was accommodating and helpful - offered us a breakfast coupon because of terrible noise. Gave us a discount for an extended stay. The exec suite is nice.
BUT - oh, the noise - revellers, kids, lorries,...More
Dont think there is much more I can add to all the other reviews, its basic, noisy, simplistic and not really close to anything of great attraction. Breakfast is Ok but didnt have dinner. The take away restuarants close by arent of best quality.
This was the worst place we stayed in in Ireland. Avoid it. The rooms are basic and you feel like you are staying in a truck stop. The headboards looked greasy and we had a general "yuck" feeling. The breakfast was so bad that we...More
US$86 - US$93 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Official star rating provided by Discover Northern Ireland.
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