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Beautiful room overlooking the lough. The food was excellent and the service could not have been better. Everyone went out of their way to make the visit enjoyable. Excellent recommendations on places to visit during our stay.
We had been driving all around Ireland's narrow coast roads and after about 8 days we just needed to get off the road and rest. My wife said that because I drove too much on one particular day and left it nearly too late to...More
Visited this restaurant in May booked in advance by a family member
Amazing experience the menu looked simple and was not sure until I got there
The service was excellent the staff friendly and quietly efficient the atmosphere was relaxing view over the lake superb...More
En route to Donegal, twelve of us stopped for scones and coffee, scones were just out of the oven and were delicious. Staff are absolute gems. Were so impressed we booked for the early bird on way back Friday evening. Excellent food, location but most...More
Thank you to Helena and Patrick and all their lovely friendly staff for a very relaxing few days. I was visiting my aunty and family, who live in the area. I stayed at St Kyrans for 3 nights. I had dinner on Thursday night, and...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
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US$127 - US$163 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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It's Ireland you're coming to, not Iraq! The roads even have tarmac and signs to point you in the right direction. If you are lost however you can speak to one of the friendly local Neanderthals who will grunt and point you... More
It's Ireland you're coming to, not Iraq! The roads even have tarmac and signs to point you in the right direction. If you are lost however you can speak to one of the friendly local Neanderthals who will grunt and point you in the right direction