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Accomodation is excellent. The soudproofing between rooms is a bit iffy, we could hear the tv from next door. Food Is superb. Th service however is a bit slow. I had to ask for toast at breakfast time 4 times, and had to ask for...More
This is a great hotel lovely rooms and nice breakfast and well stocked bar. Great location. Not to far for a lovely walk into Ballina along the River Moy. Eniscrone by the sea is a short drive away as are the golf courses of Ballina...More
Nichola and John run a wonderful operation. They put their professional, personal touch on all aspects of the operation. For any golfer, you would enjoy this place! Very helpful and knowledgeable of the golf (and other options) in the area. Our group has stayed here...More
I've been staying in Ireland for about 3 months now and The Downhill Inn was by far the best place I've stayed (out of several). Nicola and John, who own the inn, were so accommodating and generous. The inn is warm and inviting--good atmosphere, with...More
My friend, my boyfriend, and I spent a long weekend in Ballina and chose to stay at the Downhill Inn. Because the trip was largely planned by my friend, who traces some family history back to the area, I had few expectations, all of which...More
US$90 - US$185 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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