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We visited Lough Rynn in mid October for one night. Then drove to Ashford Castle for 2 nights.
I will say that we loved Lough Rynn, from the service, the food, ambiance, and the lovely and comfortable rooms. This is a 5 star hotel. Our...More
Hubby and I booked one night here for our 25th wedding anniversary and felt it was the perfect place for us.
We had afternoon tea in the Baronial Hall, which was the perfect setting. (My only gripe was that the dirty tablecloth was not changed...More
We were blown away by this hotel. The staff, the food, the rooms and the grounds were all wonderful. The walled garden is one of the best in Ireland. It certainly worth the trip to this part of Ireland to enjoy this top class hotel
My husband and I stopped here for a visit whilst we were staying nearby. I loved this place! When we arrived, there was a wedding arriving but the staff were very friendly and helpful and showed us to a drawing room that wasn't being used...More
“Castle hotels” are very popular in Ireland, but if you expect to be staying in an actual medieval castle, you will probably be disappointed.
Lough Rynn Castle does look like a castle, but it is a 19th century country estate that has been tastefully converted...More
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The Wi-Fi when we stayed was not good to non-existent in our guest room. As mentioned in my review, we were in the converted stables and the walls were very thick stone, as they are throughout the castle. I didn't look for... More
The Wi-Fi when we stayed was not good to non-existent in our guest room. As mentioned in my review, we were in the converted stables and the walls were very thick stone, as they are throughout the castle. I didn't look for evidence of it, but even with a transmitter in the hallway outside the room, I think the signal would be weak inside the rooms. The signal in the common areas (Great Hall, bar, restaurant, hallways) was just fine for our needs such as checking email.