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My husband and I were exhausted following our daughter's wedding and really needed a quiet retreat - this is exactly what we found in Hunter's Hotel!
It is a beautiful old house - reminded us of a house Jane Austin might base one of her...More
My wife and I stayed here for an overnight at the end of July. We had visited often but never stayed. I had often said I'd like to stay here, have a few beers and chill - not having to drive a car! Well it...More
I have always loved this hotel, it is a throwback to different era offering its customers a relaxing and very comfortable stay. It has stunning gardens and is set in a beautiful part of Wicklow, the food is good and the ambience excellent I cant...More
Stayed here as a dinner + B&B treat for myself and my wife.
Building is a historic Coach stop and very pretty with an outstaning garden.
Room nice & spacious, open fireplace and nice view of the garden. Room did not lock, and person at...More
What's wrong with being a little old-fashioned? Plugs on chains which don't need encouragement to drain, real basins which hold soap rather than slithery basin
surrounds, beds with blankets allowing for choice of cover rather than a single duvet... Decor a little shabby, but more...More
Response from MaryMacDublin | Reviewed this property |
You would need to check directly with the owners of the hotel. No pets when I was there- they have out houses but I wouldn't put a house dog there- it would be frightening for them. Sorry I didn't know.
Hunter's is a charming, well run and historical country inn. The staff are wonderful and the food is simply good, fresh, local and delicious. If you want a smooth, cookie cutter hotel with polished marble floors and staff... More
Hunter's is a charming, well run and historical country inn. The staff are wonderful and the food is simply good, fresh, local and delicious. If you want a smooth, cookie cutter hotel with polished marble floors and staff that are in it for a wage, this is not the place for you. But if you want real Irish hospitality, in warm and cosy surroundings with lovely food and service, Hunters is highly recommended. I was there about four weeks ago and confirm that it's as good as ever.