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We had our mothers special birthday lunch there. As we had a group of 16 we had the private dining room which was perfect, it was intimate and cosy. Lunch was delicious and the staff couldn't have been nicer. All in all it exceeded our...More
This is a lovely old world hotel. We were met by a lovely lady who showed us to our room. No fuss checking in. Room was very big and comfortable overlooking the gardens.
The gardens are beautiful to walk round.
We had dinner, bed and...More
I cannot praise the waitress enough (K). She did everything with respectful attention to detail and timing too. I could not have been happier. The four of us were placed by the window as requested. (Not a huge ask, granted, but some places the lack...More
This was our last hotel stay on our journey round Ireland. It was lovely to be in a hotel that was a little different from where we had previously stayed en route.
Our bedrooms ( 2 couples) were comfortable and spacious and both overlooked the...More
A good spot for exploring the area and a fun place to stay. It has a beautiful garden, a nice, well-stocked bar and good food, especially breakfast. This Inn has been in the same family for 200 years! It's a bit shabby, but comfortable, good...More
Response from MaryMacDublin | Reviewed this property |
You would need to check directly with the owners of the hotel. No pets when I was there- they have out houses but I wouldn't put a house dog there- it would be frightening for them. Sorry I didn't know.
Hunter's is a charming, well run and historical country inn. The staff are wonderful and the food is simply good, fresh, local and delicious. If you want a smooth, cookie cutter hotel with polished marble floors and staff... More
Hunter's is a charming, well run and historical country inn. The staff are wonderful and the food is simply good, fresh, local and delicious. If you want a smooth, cookie cutter hotel with polished marble floors and staff that are in it for a wage, this is not the place for you. But if you want real Irish hospitality, in warm and cosy surroundings with lovely food and service, Hunters is highly recommended. I was there about four weeks ago and confirm that it's as good as ever.
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"Overlooking the garden ! [I do not know how expensive the hotel is.That's relative!]"