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Gray's Guest House

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Western Ireland, Ireland
Reviewed 16 April 2012

We were astonished when we read someone else's one-star TripAdvisor reviews in August 2010. :-o It sounds to us as if those reviewers did not realize that the Gray's Guest House are designated historic buildings, dating from the 1830s. When we first stayed at Gray's in 1999, we were beyond impressed that every bedroom in these historic buildings had been...

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5Thank AbigailGrainne
Dublin
Reviewed 18 February 2012

I have stayed in Gray's since I was very young and every time I went it was always great. The staff are lovely and would do anything to make you stay more enjoyable. The food was always delicious; soup, starter, main course, desert, coffee, so you always came away full. Cooked breakfast, cereal, toast and Margaret's famous porridge which you...

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8Thank mcdowesj
Dublin, Ireland
Reviewed 27 August 2011

Wonderful dinner, enormous breakfast and really nice accomodation, especially in the houses attached to the main guesthouse. The staff could not be nicer and the place has a timeless and peacful air. It is doubtful if there are many places near as good as this.

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8Thank Fiona D
Dublin, Ireland
Reviewed 18 July 2011

Achill Island is a wonderful place and part of what makes it so wonderful is always the stay at Gray's Guest House. If you want a true, authentic Achill experience, then Gray's is the place to stay : with its open turf fires, great hospitality, amazing scenery and gorgeous food. I've stayed here many times - both in summer and...

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7Thank Achill2011
Dublin, Ireland
Reviewed 28 June 2011

We stayed in Gray's house for 2nights and we loved it. In whole Achill Island are only 3 places where dogs are allowed and for us, dog owners was a very important thing. Gray's house is very old (200 years) house so you can't expect new style. Each night fireplace was set and that was very relaxing thing after all...

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6Thank Rudzia
Dublin, Ireland
Reviewed 25 June 2011

THE most restful break I've had in a long time. Full of old Irish charm, Gray's delighted me with its warmth and friendliness. I was blessed with the weather and would recommend staying in one of their cottages..... I'll be back

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7Thank DianeMuckian
Dublin, Ireland
Reviewed 5 July 2010

This place is simply too expensive for the quality of accommodation provided. 100euro a night rooms really should come with better facilities. Ensuites are little more than pre-fabbed partitions, rooms are musty, and the sound insulation between rooms is pretty much non-existant. Although the staff are friendly and the location is fantastic there are other options on achill and people...

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Thank Gombeen1977
Dublin
Reviewed 5 July 2010

We stayed here over a weekend and found that the location was great, beside a fantastic beach. Achill is an amazing place to visit, scenary is some of the best in Ireand. When we arrived there was a slightly weird smell in the room and we left the window open to air it, the room itself was astep back in...

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Thank PNeary
ireland
Reviewed 30 March 2010

This has got to be the purest, most wonderful Irish experience you can ask for in accommodation terms. The warmest of welcomes, in a cosy small hotel. The staff go out of their way to ensure you enjoy everything. The area is stunning, with the backdrop of sliabh mor mountain and the sea. It is old fashioned, in the sense...

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5Thank johnny168
Belfast
Reviewed 1 July 2009

We've been going to Grays for many years, and even after we built a holiday home nearby, we still love to pop in for a meal, or a cup of tea and home baked cakes in the famous guest lounge. It's not fake hospitality carried out according to some sort of formula. It's been there since perhaps the 1860's and...

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4Thank Happy-2-oblige

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Address: Dugort, Achill Island, Ireland
Region: Ireland > Western Ireland > Province of Connacht > County Mayo > Achill Island > Dugort
Price Range: RM525 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 14
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“Tell the person making your booking (probably Dorrie or Margaret) your needs for a room, and ask them to recommend the best fit for you. For example, they have rooms that are best for people with mobility issues, rooms that are best for families with children, best for solos, etc.”
 of 5 bubbles AbigailGrainne, 16 Apr 2012 | Read review
“Separate houses also available if you want a bit more privacy or if in a large group”
  • View from old watch tower at Keem Bay...must see
 of 5 bubbles mcdowesj, 18 Feb 2012 | Read review
“Call in advance and ask for one of the cottages”
 of 5 bubbles DianeMuckian, 25 Jun 2011 | Read review
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