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All reviewsunder new managementseafood chowdergood sizehotel barthe pubno elevatorstaff was very friendly and helpfulfirst floorenjoyable staytour groupfamily roomcharming hotellovely villagespent two nightssmall townold worldsmall hotel
The main thing that lets this hotel down is the Owner. He's a rude man that should learn to be nice to children. The menu in the hotel is boring and the food is ok but you could make it yourself.
The rooms are ok...More
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Response from HylandsHotel, Guest Relations Manager at Hylands Burren HotelResponded 31 August 2017
Well behaved children are always very welcome in the hotel but unsupervised children running through the hotel like a playground, disturbing other guests are definitely not welcome in the hotel
Stopped in while on tour of the Burren and the Cliffs of Moher. The place was quite empty except for our little group. Nice simple decor and good food. Kelly, our server, was efficient. Eggplant was a tad overcooked, but tasted fine and had peppers...More
arriving with a tour group of 16 was a bit crazy to say the least.. But the rooms and keys were handed out quickly and off we went to our rooms..Room was very nice and the bathroom was very big with a huge tub. The...More
This charming hotel is in the center of Ballyvaughan, a great jumping off point for the entire Burren region. It is an old, classic hotel, obviously built in sections, so it has warrens of rooms, all different sizes. Our room was spacious, clean and comfortable....More
Went to show Cliffs of Moher toy guests and we got this hotel for stay. All others were booked and I was skeptical because of the small town and all that. But I am so glad we found this hotel!!! So much so, we are...More
Response from Autoxer48 | Reviewed this property |
It seems most places can do 3 in one room, but not 4or more. I would ask the hotel your interested in if they can do it. They are all different. We had to get two rooms, because we were traveling with our two sons. There are... More
It seems most places can do 3 in one room, but not 4or more. I would ask the hotel your interested in if they can do it. They are all different. We had to get two rooms, because we were traveling with our two sons. There are self catering places that can handle more than 3. We stayed at two such places. Hope this helps.