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Ireland's oldest coaching inn. Owned and operated by the same family for nearly 200 years. The hotel, where the King and Queen of Sweden have stayed, boasts open fires, antique furniture and award-winning gardens by the banks of the river Vartry in County Wicklow. Situated in the...
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I visited Hunters Hotel last weekend on a girls getaway , The Hotel is ideally located about a 30/35 minute drive south of Dublin . We were welcomed with open arms upon arrival with attentive staff throughout the duration of our stay , The accommodation...More
Wonderful authentic old world hotel, with impeccable service and attention to
detail. Very friendly management , and the staff are so helpful and courteous.
Whether its enjoying dinner with homestyle cuisine , and vegetables fresh from
the garden, or enjoying afternoon tea alfresco, our visits...More
Paid a long-overdue visit to this wonderful scenic venue today. The day was the first real summer day we have had this year and the hotel grounds with those lovely gardens were covered in bright sunlight. This set us up for the meal that followed....More
Overpriced and rude.made a booking on the phone with price confirmed. Arrived and all of a sudden price is different. Totally overated and place looks rundown.manager not at all accomodating or friendly. Please don’t go!
We had a lovely weekend in this quaint old home with even fires lit in the bedroom! The gardens are lovely and a great place to stay and see all the lovely gardens of Wicklow. A lovely step back into the past, very comfortable.
Response from MaryMacDublin | Reviewed this property |
You would need to check directly with the owners of the hotel. No pets when I was there- they have out houses but I wouldn't put a house dog there- it would be frightening for them. Sorry I didn't know.
Hunter's is a charming, well run and historical country inn. The staff are wonderful and the food is simply good, fresh, local and delicious. If you want a smooth, cookie cutter hotel with polished marble floors and staff... More
Hunter's is a charming, well run and historical country inn. The staff are wonderful and the food is simply good, fresh, local and delicious. If you want a smooth, cookie cutter hotel with polished marble floors and staff that are in it for a wage, this is not the place for you. But if you want real Irish hospitality, in warm and cosy surroundings with lovely food and service, Hunters is highly recommended. I was there about four weeks ago and confirm that it's as good as ever.