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Limerick, Ireland
Reviewed 31 March 2014

We had booked the sister hotel hylsnds but the heat was broken so we were given logues instead.although initially a bit disappointed about hylands,our stay in logues proved a great hit.a lovely bright room,a large shower room with a good hit shower and a real window nit those en suites with just a stuffy fan.excellent brekie,fab staff especially Martina and...

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Galway, Ireland
Reviewed 25 February 2014

Spent 3 nights in Logues Lodge over Valentines weekend , it also was The Welsh weekend of music and singing , As always Logues Lodges was outstanding , from the moment of check in on Friday afternoon to checking out on Monday morning. Breakfast was great as was food in the bar during the day and in the evenings ,...

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Galway, Ireland
Reviewed 23 February 2014

Need to upgrade the upstairs of this building ASAP. Buckets on the landing to collect the water coming from the ceiling/roof above.. not the cleanest of rooms, dated and run down with water marks on the ceilings. Price on the net is €50 for a double room which is about right but when you go to pay its €70... no...

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Athlone, Ireland
Reviewed 27 January 2014

Stayed there last weekend. Couldn't fault it. Spotless, great food and drink, friendly welcome. Didn't expect a lot at this time of year but was pleasantly surprised. Great area for walks and scenery. Highy recommend.

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Dublin, Ireland
Reviewed 26 January 2014

These guys so "get" Hospitality. After a superb baked salmon in the bar that windswept evening, I nipped out for a mooch round the village. Returning after midnight I requested another glass of the same wine I had with dinner earlier. I commented that it "seemed more bitter than before & that it might have tasted better with a dessert"....

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Reviewed 26 December 2013

Really enjoyed my stay at this hotel. We had a large double bedroom which was nicely decorated, very clean and comfortable. The breakfast, included in our booking, was very good with lots of continental breakfast options plus a hot food offering. We also had dinner in the bar one evening which was very nice. What really made our stay was...

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New York City, New York
Reviewed 29 November 2013

We booked here for two nights. The rooms are small, but clean and comfortable. We had a lovely dinner by the fire in the pub. During the first night the fire alarm went off twice - the first for about 30 seconds so we hadn't yet left our room. The second time we had to get dressed and go out...

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Tipperary, Ireland
Reviewed 11 November 2013

We stayed here off season in November however we were delighted with our stay. The Lodge seemed very busy as you could hear other guests coming and going to their rooms. That isn't saying that we were disturbed by noise, quite the opposite and the only noise was a door closing, nothing could be heard from other rooms which is...

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Reviewed 12 September 2013 via mobile

As a family of four we recently stayed here with two young children. It looks like its just a pub. But the rooms and service in this hotel is top class. We stayed during the good weather and it was boiling with no air conditioning in the rooms which was fine cause we do live in Ireland and dont get...

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Armagh
Reviewed 8 September 2013

Ive had a couple of stays here during the summer '13. I consider it peaceful, homely and well located in the sleepy village of Ballyvaughan which nestles on the shore of the beautiful Galway Bay. If you love walking this place is heaven on earth with the spectacular Burren landscape all around. The food is lovely although during my one...

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
The Wild Atlantic Lodge, ideally located along the Wild Atlantic Way in Ballyvaughan Village in the heart of The Burren, comprises of 20 cosy en-suite bedrooms equipped with all you need for a relaxing break away. It is the perfect base for touring The Burren, discover the Cliffs of Moher, or for taking a trip to the Aran Islands. We serve continental and full breakfast, including local smoked salmon, until noon. We invite you to dine in our restaurant and discover our creative chef & traditional recipes. ... more   less 

Additional Information about The Wild Atlantic Lodge

Address: Main Street, Ballyvaughan, Ireland (Formerly Logues Lodge)
Region: Ireland > Province of Munster > County Clare > The Burren > Ballyvaughan
Price Range: $108 - $154 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — The Wild Atlantic Lodge 3*
Number of rooms: 20
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