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Reviewed July 24, 2012

If only as you read this you could be visualizing the beauty of Longueville Manor, not only the House itself, nor the lush Irish landscape, but the comforting elegant rooms, in which to eat the wonderful meals selected and prepared by chef and owner, William. The living room and bar area to gather for endless amounts of time for laughter and relaxation; and of course the bedrooms, each with the ability to make you feel regal and yet at home. Longueville offers so much all co- ordinated by not just the owners but a great staff, who make every moment better than the last..
Whatever your event, a better place could not be found....and seventeen family members from America will agree.

Room Tip: Considering we used more than three fourths of the rooms they were all comfortable and met each ones needs. The staff would best select the room you need.
  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled with family
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Thank Helen J
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Reviewed July 5, 2012

I got married in Longueville recently and can't recommend the hotel enough. Longueville is a beautiful country house, with log fires, home-made cider and brandy, a Victorian conservatory, and food that's sourced from and cooked on the farm. The staff are wonderfully friendly and helpful. If you're looking for a wedding venue, it's magical. On a sunny day, you could have drinks outside overlooking the castle in the distance and green fields. I'm a pessimist, and planned for rain (it being Ireland). Sure enough, the day was pretty wet. But the venue still looked magical, there was space for everyone, fires felt cosy, and the photos round the courtyard and house looked stunning! The conservatory, when lit up with candles, and set with flowers, looks absolutely magical. Then afterwards, downstairs to what used to be the cellars for the perfect party venue and dance floor. If you want to avoid your standard IKEA looking function room with coloured uplighting, this is the place for you. Feels like a beautiful, personal, old country house, with so much class and character, and with the most amazing food and drink. As you can arrange to have the place to yourself, it's also perfect for a more personalized wedding party. I couldn't recommend it more. (Have also been for weekends away here - equally magical). Thank you and good luck Longueville!

  • Stayed: June 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed June 30, 2012

beautiful rooms, beautiful view, great hospitality. Our host,Gabor, went above and beyond to make our stay very special. He is truely a host who anticipates your needs and could not have been more accomodating. The dinner was exceptional. Of all the places we stayed in Ireland this was #1.

Room Tip: Ask for the front, overlooking the sheep pasture. There is nothing like serenaded to sleep by the baahing of hundreds of sheep.
  • Stayed: June 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank LucyMountPleasant
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Reviewed June 14, 2012

We throughly enjoyed the atmosphere as we relaxed before we were taken to the library to eat our meal. The range of food on the menu was unbelievable. My husband and i enjoy eating out. We have been to Longueville on occasions prior to this but the meal itself could be compared to no other. The dedication and time for the presentation was amazing. The head waiter Gabor was so attentive as was his assistant. I can still taste the starter which i had was duck and it was so tender. Salmon also from the River Blackwater was delicious.
Hubby also loved the cider made here in Longueville. It was 1st class for the meal and the service was excellent.

  • Stayed: June 2012, travelled with family
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Thank catherine k
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Reviewed June 6, 2012

We quite frankly wondered why our travel agent brought us from Sheen Falls back east to Mallow, when our next destination was Clifden. Nonetheless, we enjoyed our stay at the Longueville House, a treasure out in the middle of nowhere. We salvaged the stay by driving south to the city that was once called Queenstown, the last port of call of Titanic.

Longueville House reminded us of a country manor home that we enjoyed in Rotorua, New Zealand. The staff was friendly. The owners were present. The accommodations were stately. The bar food was adequate; we did not dine formally with them.

There's not much reason to go to Mallow. However, once there, the Longueville House will take good care of you.

  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled with family
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Thank 452CraigS
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