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“Relaxation and Rejuvenation at Longueville House”

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Longueville House Hotel
Ranked #2 of 4 Hotels in Mallow
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed 25 March 2012

My wife and I had the distinct pleasure of staying at this magnificent Home last month. I term Longueville House as Home as this is how the proprietors, Aisling and Bill O'Callaghan made us feel. The accomodations are fantastic and the food is magnificent. I spent the 3 days exploring the grounds and photographed to my heart's content. The property goes down to the Blackwater River which in combination with the moody Irish skies are a photographers dream. I would encourage anyone traveling to Cork to spend at least one noght here to acclimate and rejuvenate. Michael and Cheryl Malone

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  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled with family
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Reviewed 2 January 2012

Excellent hotel
Excellent staff, best customer service experence in Ireland
Food was just amazing so fresh and full of natural flavour and very well presented.
Service was amazing we felt like we were the only customers in the room, such attention to detail.
The breakfast was the best we had in any hotel - it was amazing

  • Stayed: July 2011, travelled on business
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Reviewed 12 November 2011

excellent house and grounds - loved the walk around. Maybe November'itis but no-one available to advise of walking route.

The Hotel room is best booked via blue rooms with dinner booked seperately as our combined 'offer' of 1 Night BB + dinner was more expensive than seperate bookings.....very frustrating.

Also watch the bill and tally as cusory maths are missing from the staff - perhaps they are too used to taking several 100's of euros and dont bother learning their own prices. We needed to correct then twice. The only staff available on checkout was a very junior waitress and lacked in confidence - despite asking for 370 euro for a one night stay.

Drawing room and Dining room service was excellent and food very good - a nice meal with very good ingredients indeed. Scones are a pleasure, as is the cider.

We would stay again but with no recent awards this house-hotel may be trading on better days and are taking their eye off the ball & detail.

Room Tip: The House is old and our room was very draughty - We expect that from a period house but we opted fo...
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  • Stayed: November 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 16 October 2011

My wife and I have driven by Longueville House many times. We finally found an opportunity to spend a night. We attended there mushroom hunting weekend. And it was magic.

The house and grounds are all you could expect and more. Large, gracious and comfortable drawing rooms and dining rooms. Afternoon tea mad us feel like we had returned to a bygone era. The food and service were excellent.

Our room was magnificent, Twice as large as most hotel rooms with a wonderful view of the Black Water Valley. Rolling green fields with horses and mountains. It could have been a movie set. A lovely bathroom with an oversized tub for my wife and a great shower for me. Adult level sink and a table to set our gear on...something sadly lacking in many other hotels.

Dinner and breakfast were perfect. The food is really exceptional. Aisling O'Callaghan, the owner took the time to welcome us to her home and we were impressed with her warmth and that of of all the staff.

If you can find a way to visit Longueville House, do it.



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  • Stayed: October 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 10 October 2011

My husband and I are just back and enjoyed a fabulous stay at Longueville House from start to finish. We also had our 22mth old daughter with us who was most welcome despite the fact that her little paws could be potentially damaging to all the lovely soft furnishings! We were made to feel 110% welcome....we even had one of the reception rooms to ourselves which meant our daughter could watch some TV and we could all relax without worrying about a toddler disturbing other people's experience. The house itself is really beautiful, a very relaxing place. The owners and staff could honestly not be any more friendly or accomodating, we were blown away. The place has a real sense of grandeur and homeliness without the "pomp" that some places of this standard often have. The food was spectacular, a real treat. The grounds are perfect for long relaxing walks. We will be back soon, very soon I hope.

Room Tip: We upgraded to suite as we had the little one with us....well worth it. The bathroom was big enough...
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  • Stayed: October 2011, travelled with family
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Reviewed 10 October 2011

Stayed here last weekend with my 8 year old son, mother and mother in law. We had a fantastic weekend. Mrs O'callaghan and the staff made us feel very welcome so much so she arranged for her 10 year old son to play with my son yesterday. A highlight for my son!

Food was lovely. Best filet steak I've had in a long time, just superb. breakfast was excellent with home made muesli, scones and breads and their own bacon, sausages and pudding. Wonderful scrambled egg also.

Rooms were very good and a particular highlight is the lovely drawing room with a big roaring fire and comfy couches and armchairs;perfect for chilling out.

Their home made cider is fantastic as is the apple brandy;a great digestif. It worked for me after a very heavy meal!

With Killarney within a hour's drive and Kenmare within 70 minutes its also a great base to explore.

Not the cheapest weekend you will have but you get what you pay for.

Well worth checking out.

Room Tip: Try and ask for a room on the first floor at the front. Lovely view over the countryside. Bigger win...
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  • Stayed: October 2011, travelled with family
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Reviewed 30 September 2011

Wish we could stayed longer in this gorgeous house! The staff, the room, the grounds, the venue - all top class. A unique experience, and we will definitely return. The setting is amazing, and our stay was so relaxing. Also, it is easy to get to from anywhere in Ireland.
P. Young

  • Stayed: September 2011, travelled with family
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Additional Information about Longueville House Hotel

Address: Killarney road, Mallow, Ireland
Region: Ireland > Province of Munster > County Cork > Mallow
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Ranked #2 of 4 Hotels in Mallow
Price Range: $205 - $271 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:4 star — Longueville House Hotel 4*
Number of rooms: 22
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