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The breakfast was generous with lots of options, including the hot Irish breakfast option. The surrounding grounds and woods were magnificent and well with a wander. Our host Simon was delightful and very welcoming and was happy to share the history of the house and his family when he noticed my interest. The evening meal was fabulous; all four courses of it! Highly recommended.
Nothing, it was all good.
Visiting Coopershill House was like returning to Paradise for us. The surroundings, the house, the room... And the host! Simon was always there for us sharing his knowledge and humor. We’re very grateful for having a chance to spend a few days there. Magdalena&Viktor
Welcoming, friendly hospitality in a tastefully restored home. Owners very helpful and informative about exploring a most picturesque county.
Very friendly and accommodating staff. Gorgeous grounds, location although a little distance from Sligo Town was lovely. Breakfast was very good, Dinner smelt amazing but we didn't eat in.
Although its a character property steeped in history, I feel that the hotel needs to be updated or modernised in a tasteful way, to suit the character of the building. Some of the décor is a little outdated and has a sense of a B&B rather than a hotel.
It is a lovely place. The hospitality is wonderfu
We really enjoyed the ambience and the food. The dinners and the breakfasts were delicious.
Our probably only suggestion for improvement would be to increase the wifi range.
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