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Location and staff
I absolutely loved this hotel. It was very charming and traditional and as a foreigner I felt I got to see a hidden side of Ireland. A place I will remember forever and happily recommend.
Small County Manor hotel with an excellent personal service
Friendly, well run Nope
the breakfast was excellent and staff very professional the house was old and the rooms needed to be freshen up more. The towels in the room even smelled old.
A refined and sophisticated hotel - but understated. Excellent dinners which should be advertised more.
Just a little off the beaten path, the Ross Lake House Hotel was luxurious without being ostentatious. The staff created the perfect ambiance - striking a perfect balance of formal and friendly. We'd stay again.
The location is in remote mature woodland which the architecture of the hotel does not disfigure.It still retains a country house atmosphere,having been in the same ownership for about 25 years.The rooms give the impression of a comfortable private house,but despite ther small scale of the hotel,the menu has a good choice every night,with service by a professional waiter,not a youth.The location,presentation and facilities tend to attract those who have a real interest in seeing this part of Ireland,and not the sort of people who would be happy anywhere with a standard mass-market hotel,no doubt including a spa,swimming pool and child facilities. There was nothing I disliked.
The gardens, peace and quiet
Made very welcome by owner and wife. They were there to serve you and your requests. Excellent meals and service that you don't find in many hotels these days. Would recommend to others. pleasant quiet surroundings No
A delightful place with a lovely country house atmosphere. The staff are courteous, friendly without being in any way intrusive, and service is excellent. Pride in the family-run enterprise is very evident from the owner, Henry Hodgson. Wonderful food: fresh, local, beautifully prepared and presented. The setting is idyllic. -
just touring and then relaxing in a most convivial atmosphere
A place of tranquility in a busy world. Some may find it too quiet(e.g. no TVs in bedrooms) but the peace and the "dark"(no artificial lights from streets or other properties) make for a rather special stay. The owners personal service is "just right",the breakfasts and dinners absolutely spot on and the service of afternoon tea for residents just is the "icing on the cake". Everything is locally sourced or home baked(esp. the bread). The private location on the waterside is idyllic. Though specially attractive as a hotel for fishermen,this is a gem for all who appreciate good quality and service
excellent location, delicious meal, and above all hospitality n/a
Currarevagh House is very welcoming, is in a very beautiful location and one feels completely relaxed in luxurious surroundings. Add to this excellent food. This is an ideal place for a special occasion but it may be more appealing to an older age group. No negatives
The location was nice allowing guests to have a quiet & relaxing weekend away. The facilitues were very basic - no electric showers, tv or phone in bedrooms & also no keys to lock bedroom doors when guests were out. There was no bar in hotel, very limited choice at breakfast & cooked breakfast was cold.
Perfect hospitality and 100% service commitment, that's what we found in Currarevagh! We stayed for three days in this lovely, in the best sense old fashioned country house and it was a great pleasure. We had a spacious room which was not only calm, it was quiet! Two times we enjoyed the delicious four course dinner which is celebrated in a very nice and also old fashioned dining room. After dinner every guest is invited to have coffee by the fireside with typical irish turf fire, lovely! Thank you very much indeed June for these three relaxing days!
Very welcoming friendly staff. Quirky. Like staying at friends for the weekend.
we just love the peace beauty & friendship of the place. Also the spoiling, with a smile & the fact that it is an Irish family house.
peace and quiet-- the food was excellent-- the surrounding country is just heavenly n/a
For our requirements, the location is fantastic. Rooms were clean, new and spacious. Parking had limited capacity mainly due to a wedding but some people parked really poorly e.g. taking up two spaces. maybe lines may help.