We stayed at this hotel and had a wonderful time. The staff were all lovely and more than helpful with any queries.
We had room 115 on the first floor with a sea view. The room was spacious with plenty of hanging/drawer space, nicely decorated and the bed v comfortable. The bathroom didn't seem like it had been properly refurbed - the tiles and groating round the bath were a bit grubby. Also the toiletries were fixed to the wall and, in the case of the bath, at shower height, so difficult to access if you are in the bath (I'm glad I took my own products). And the loo paper wasn't v good quality. I stay in a lot of hotels and most in the same price range these days tend to have high quality toiletries, cotton wool etc so this was a bit surprising. The tea/cofee supplies were also v basic - I asked at the restaurant for some Earl Grey teabags for the room which they were happy to provide..
The set dinner in the restaurant was excellent - especially considering it was part of a deal. Try and get a window table - the views are fabulous. Breakfast was really busy and the staff a bit rushed. We were told it was a self-serve full-english buffet and not too impressed with the cooked breakfast but then realised there is also a menu offering porridge with cream, fish, and eggs cooked any way you want. Definitely the better option! The bar food was pretty dire which was surprising and a missed opportunity for the hotel given the lack of options in the area. A Cottage Pie 'special' came with chips and an ice-cold salad - but the waitress was happy to change for vegetables. You can also swap one of your restaurant dinner deals for a bar food which I wouldn't recommend as there is no comparison.
The hotel is VERY child friendly and traveling without children we found this a bit much at times in the only bar - but it was high season. You have to get a lead at reception to enable wi-fi in the rooms and they have a limited number of these and once you have one you can keep as long as you like. However, I only had to wait a day (stayed five days) so don't this this would normally be a problem and there is wi-fi int he reception/lounge area anyway.
We fell in love with Mulranny and the people and the landscape and we were very happy at the hotel and would definitly stay again and recommend to others. The points above are just been picky but will hopefully get picked up by the management (I also left them on the comment card). For the record, when I booked I didn't realise this was a Best Western I thought it was a private country hotel so that might explain a lack of attention to some details given its part of a chain.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Mulranny Park Hotel Mayo is an exquiste 4* hotel overlooking the glittering waters of the Atlantic Ocean. Fining dining and quality cuisine is at the heart of the hotel. Enjoy the 20m swimming pool, jacuzzi, sauna, steam room, outdoor hot tub & gym. We are uniquely situated on the newly Opened Great Western Greenway. This is a 42 kilometer, almost fully off road cycle and walking track. The trail offers some of the best views and scenery in the West of Ireland. The Wild Atlantic Way at our front door and The Great Western Greenway at our back door ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Park Inn Westport
- Park Hotel Mulranny
- Mulranny Park Inn
- Mulranny Hotel Mayo