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We recently stayed just one night at Ballymaloe and it brings back great memories (we used to stay here a lot 30 odd years ago) and it was great to see Mrs Allen looking so well. Our room (the Yellow Room) was lovely, the food...More
I was staying here for 2 weeks on business and had my family down for a 3 day weekend.
The grounds of the estate are lovely and the facilities are virtually perfect for events such as weddings. The house itself is grand and typical to...More
We had lunch in Ballymaloe yesterday. It really was an experience. The setting was great, aided by the beautiful sunny day! The food was fresh, well presented and tasted lovely. The staff were very attentive and friendly. This was our first time dining at Ballymaloe,...More
We brought our parents away for 2 nights in Ballymaloe and really enjoyed the overall experience. We stayed in the house and the bedrooms were of a generous size and well appointed yet quaint. We were fortunate enough to have had very good weather and...More
Ballymaloe House is one of those rare treasures, that makes for the most comfortable stay - so good that you just never want to go home!
The bedrooms are luxurious, beyond comfortable- really serene, nestled in a peaceful corner beside the garden. It is the...More
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East Cork where the hotel is situated is quite flat and there are some lovely "country roads" i.e. narrow and winding and can carry a reasonable amount of traffic. You would need to ride up and down such roads to get to the... More
East Cork where the hotel is situated is quite flat and there are some lovely "country roads" i.e. narrow and winding and can carry a reasonable amount of traffic. You would need to ride up and down such roads to get to the hotel.There are some beautiful places to visit. The main N25 to and from Cork and Waterford is busy, but wide,and there is a hard shoulder for quite a bit if it,so you can cycle with a degree of safety. As always,sensible safety precautions i.e. high viz,lights etc will always help......