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Just had the "Festive Afternoon Tea" So dissappointed with the food the service and the festive decor,From the unappealing food to the awful crumpled tablecloths lack of anything festive on the table and the very poor service,overcharged on the three drink orders we put in,advertised...More
we were on the winter break package which offers excellent value. we had a castle facing room which had a lovely big bed, and complimentary still water - really nice. Bar food & breakfast was excellent, especially breakfast. 1 tiny complaint - club tonic -...More
We stayed for one night as a couple. We had booked a deal to see the faulty towers experience, b+b. The faulty towers experience was funny but probably thought it would be better. Manuel was very good. The food was tasty. Something different. The hotel...More
My wife and I came to Trim for a wedding, which were excited about, but it was on Thanksgiving, which we were less excited about. We're American, and my wife's absolute favorite holiday is Thanksgiving. A few weeks before we arrived, I emailed the staff...More
The Hotel was great, food fab, room lovely (too warm). We did have a problem with the hot water but the Reception offered to move us. There was no view in the room as the window was too high with a wall all the way...More
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US$108 - US$183 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Ireland, though part of Europe, is an island. So although you can fly into Dublin, in order to get to Paris you will have to either get a flight or a boat to get to the continent of Europe. You can travel from Dublin by... More
Ireland, though part of Europe, is an island. So although you can fly into Dublin, in order to get to Paris you will have to either get a flight or a boat to get to the continent of Europe. You can travel from Dublin by train to Rosslare in the south east of Ireland and get a ferry to Cherbourg. Or to Cork in the mid-west to Roscoff. Once in France you can then connect into the French train network (SNCF) to travel to Paris. I hope this helps.