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Myself and my partner are just home from a sunday night stay in this hotel and what a fabulous time we had from start to finish. When we arrived we had Sunday lunch in the restaurant. The meals were cooked to perfection. A good varied...More
Stayed at this venue for 3 night while visiting relatives. Thoroughly enjoyed my stay. The room was comfortable and clean. The breakfast was excellent and the staff were extremely friendly, especially Donna in the restaurant who went the extra mile for us. Excellent stay, look...More
Just been into the Downshire for a meal. I appreciate it's Easter Monday and places are busy, even though the restaurant part looked half empty, the service was very slow. The staff were very pleasant, polite and friendly but it took a while to give...More
We went to the Downshire on recommendation from friends. We hadn't booked but we were given a friendly welcome and told we'd get a table as soon as one was available. The bar was busy with a lovely atmosphere, we sat and a a drink...More
My wife and I stayed overnight at the Downshire Arms en route to Dublin to visit our Grandson at university there.
A wonderful professional and friendly welcome at reception. The offer to take our bags to our room which was beautifully appointed, spotlessly clean and...More
We are approx. 14 miles from newry city. If you come through Newry itself heading towards Belfast, follow the sign posts from Damolly Roundabout. You will come off at the Newry road, we are situated at the very bottom of... More
We are approx. 14 miles from newry city. If you come through Newry itself heading towards Belfast, follow the sign posts from Damolly Roundabout. You will come off at the Newry road, we are situated at the very bottom of this roundabout.