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they made a suprise party a great event the lay out of the rooms was very confusing
Location and staff more entertainment needed in bar
The room was clean and spacious, the receptionists were pleasant and courteous and the hotel at large was clean and modern. Website led me to believe that the hotel over looked the beach and wifi throughout which there wasn't. The shower was poor.
Sorry but i would not recommentd this hotel. The walls are too thin and you could hear everything that was going on closing doors, walking dow coridors and the person next to you talking
Location. Staff. Facilities. Shower/bathroom
Rooms were big and clean Breakfast was cold, service poor.
staff very nice and helpfull. 100/100
Center of town. Good sized, well furnished rooms.Friendly efficient service. Excellent breakfast. No aircon in the rooms and the windows could only be opened a few inches. Noise till four in the morning from a night-club directly below our room!
Its location was perfect, in the centre of Lahinch but slightly off the main street so no noise at night. The bar needs to be revamped.
The proximity to the beach and town was exellent, staff were lovely and really helpful We were staying in a room on the first night that was backing onto a nightclub, it wqasso loud and we couldn't sleep until the nightclub was finishred,we asked to be moved which we were but we didn't receive an apology or anything to compensate us.
Over all I really enjoyed my stay, the room - esp. for a "sole" traveller was really good. Its size was also a big plus for me, I was dreading a busy pub with a few rooms attached Breakfast on sunday was very good Tell the kitchen to take off the mashed peas from the salmon. My first room had no hot water and I had to push for another room - and I was staying two nights!! Reception staff did not have great local knowledge - I heard a family being recommended a walk along the cliff of Moher when they really wanted a beach for the children to run wild on.Breakfast on Saturday morning was not great
Lovely clean modern hotel,friendly staff but a bit quiet.Not much atmosphere in bar maybe because of time of year. Quiet
The hotel is new and very nicely furnished with new beds and spacious rooms, clean bathroom We booked a tripple room but they only had a double when we got there as we were a little late arriving
size and comfort of room
Clean facilities. Beautiful views NO WIFI FOR ROOMS. Only available in main lobby. Not very convenient for international travelers. No one at reception. The staff seemed to be spread very thin. The receptionist is also the concierge, bartender and server. Bed was very hard.
The receptionist was really friendly and very helpful on arrival. The room was very clean and comfortable. The hotel bar was very quiet.
Only spent one night there, but the hosts were amazing! Arrived very early and asked for a spot to leave our luggage. They were nice enough to let us go straight to our room! Just next to two great pubs and a few minute walk to shops and a few minutes more to the dock. Lovely town, easy to find, and great breakfast. Super nice staff...I could go on. Definitely going to visit them again! The only negative is that we only had one night there. Nothing bad to say about the place.
Best hotel we stayed in Ireland. Staff were great, hotel clean and very well maintained.
Very clean and central to the Burren Bit pricey
The location was perfect to visit such places as the cliffs of Mohar and the Burren.
Hospitality and friendliness of staff and lovely hotel.
Amazing staff.Freindly and helpful, they really put you at your ease and made you feel at home
There are several B&B nearby, but this offers a nice alternative. Connected to a restaurant and pub and with a nice lobby area, good alternative if the weather isn't good. Not quite walking distance to other pubs, but a very short drive on a very quite road, these are still good options.
Brand new hotel only 4 years old with pubs and restaurant close by. Modern decore, new furniture, quiet room and comfortable beds. We had a restful nights sleep. Gus O'Connor's pub is 5 - 10 minute walk away (though you will need to bring along a flash light if you choose not to drive there after dusk) Free Wifi was only available in the hotel lounge and unreachable from our room 2 rooms away from the lounge. Not sure if this was because we stayed during the off peak season (November) when the hotel was mostly vacant.
The Hotel Doolin is a new and trendy hotel. It is fairly new and tries to use a green approach to doing things. Although its a fairly new property the hotel does have a few downsides. We had a problem the first night we stayed there with the shower drain. Basically it wouldn't drain.To make a long story short we switch rooms for our second night and when we got in there the sink wouldn't drain. This was a minor inconvenience. However my thought is this: With the hotel being fairly new I would think it would be better maintained. You can't exactly clean a sink or shower without running the water, so the cleaning staff should notice it and get it fixed before customers check in.
from the greeting to departure a sense of quiet effeciency. room was little warm when heating came on.......but otherwise perfect.
Had a less than ideal stay at a hotel in Belfast the night before and gave it a bad rating. Here's what I wrote at the end of that review: "The next night I stayed at the hotel Doolin near Galway. Walked to my room, given a newspaper, asked if I needed a wake up call, given a free drink at the bar, breakfast included, plenty of parking, a beautiful clean modern lobby and a wonderful bed, all for less money. The contrast was remarkable..." Absolute pleasure to stay at Doolin. Nothing. Fantastic place.
The hotel looked very bland from the outside and it was out of characterwith the traditional village surroundings. The interior, however was very classy and well designed and the room was large and elegant.
the breakfast was tasty!!! no
This is a great B&B. I highly recommend it. Our room was very comfortable and quiet. Breakfast was really lovely. Full Irish-- lots of fresh fruit, homemade scones, Irish bacon, eggs, and more. Best of all the coffee was strong. Great gardens. No.
The proprietor was very friendly and helpful and she helped us book a tour of the beautiful surrounding area with a local family. The house itself was beautiful- the best B&B we found in our travels through Ireland.
we stayed here for three nights and had a wonderful stay. The White Family who run this B&B were so friendly and made our stay with our two young children a wonderful visit to this beautiful area of Ireland. Would stay again here when we return to Ireland. They went out of their way to make it a wonderful stay at their beautiful B&B.
Friendly welcome, tea served. The cleanliness, everywhere. Very comfortable.
definately the innkeeper, Mary. she is wonderful! it is like staying with family!
It was very peaceful in a beautiful part of the country
The bed was amazingly comfortable with lovely sheets. Good service and communication prior to and during our stay. Very informative on the local area. Good location to the Cliffs of Moher and some pretty nice views (when it's not raining) Shower was a bit small
Excellent all round - we loved our time there. Beautiful views, comfy beds, great breakfast. Thankyou Mary!
The personal and familiar atmosphere and a good breakfast. Would be great if there were glasses in the rooms and bathrooms.
Very nice welcome from the family
Owners were friendly and the location to the Cliffs of Mohr excellent. The morning breakfast was plentiful and tasty. There was a security motion detector in the bedroom which lit up every time you turned over. It caused a bit of disturbance throughout the night.
It was near the cliffs of Moher There was absolutely no facilities. When we checked in the first thing we where told was that the bar and restaurant was closed (one of reasons chose here). Town and hotel was like a ghost town. We where woken by a continously ringing phone to ask us we we where having breakfast although we had already been told about the times and had chosen to have a lie in instead.
Good location and bar. Although I know the price was hiked up due to the festival, I still found it steep. The breakfast the next morning would not have satisified a pidgeon.
good atmosphere no
location very central could be very noisy and definately rooms need a upgrade
as soon as i entered my room the smell of must was bad would never stay in that hotel again also no windows in room
The position and atmosphere. The instant coffee
The environment, seclusion, the view, the old ruin in the garden
The evening dinner was wonderful. The warm welcome and family presence in the hotel were great! The barman added greatly to the Clare experience. It is a charming place with an old world feel. The scenery is fabulous and the pleasure of sitting in the hotel watching the sun go down was just wonderful. Easy access to the beach at Fanore, Walking in the Burren, Doolin and the Cliffs of Moher!
the view of the countryside the room was cold & dampish
The view of the coast, the serenity, the beauty - the sense of another time, but with really good food
Breakfast, view, staff Outdated decor, spiders