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Glendarragh Valley Inn
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Reviewed 11 November 2013

Not great weekend at Glendarragh Valley inn. I never seen as place as quiet.. Were do i start. Room Was freezing( well whole place was freezing) and bed sheets were not cleaniess( strains all over the pillow). Had to ask for extra duvet it was that cold. Service was crap. Breakfast we sat for half hour before we got served and breakfast was not great, when we did get it. Alot hiding charges, they are very sly with that.. We only went as we purchase it on living social deal. With deal there was one night stay, evening meal and glass of wine. We were never often r asking about wine. Meal was crap. We upgrade it up to two night stay and we agree price to save them abit re with living social deal but thought we were being nice to them, but no we got shafted for it by other ways. DEFO VERY SLY............. Would not recommend it to anybody..

  • Stayed: November 2013, travelled as a couple
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5  Thank Vikki87391
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Reviewed 27 August 2013

We have just returned from our second visit to Glendarragh Valley Inn. Once again we found the inn to be 1st class. Stayed for two nights on one of John's special offers. On first night we enjoyed a main course and wine as part of deal. We had a lovely meal brillant food and also service was 1st class bearing in mind there was a 70th birthday party taking placeand the staff was very busy.

Breakfast is also very good.

A special mention to the young girl who checked us in and also served breakfast on Monday a very pleasant and helpful member of staff.

Definitely will be back to Glendarragh.

  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Elizabethkyle
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Reviewed 27 July 2013

John and his staff at the Glendarragh Inn are very friendly most helpful and the food is excellent would highly recommend a stay at Glendarragh Inn if visiting Fermanagh or north west area. You are very close to the lakes area where you can hire all kinds of water equipment to complement your stay if you chose to do so. The general area is very green and peaceful a nice change from the hustle and bustle of staying in city type hotels particularly on business its nice to get some peace and quiet to walk in the countryside or along a lakeshore.
I found the location very good base for travel across Fermanagh Tyrone and Donegal for my week on business in the north west area and would definitely stay there again if on business or for pleasure at some time again in the future.
I also found excellent value for money with the availability of their early bird menu from monday to thursday each week which offers an excellent choice of starter and main courses for the price of less than 10 Pounds.
All and all I recommend the Glendarragh Inn highly and it is number one on my list for the next time in the Fermanagh area.

Paul from Cork.

  • Stayed: July 2013, travelled on business
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1  Thank 803Paul1
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Reviewed 26 July 2013

Won a 2 days B&B break for 2 and stayed in July 13 on a Friday and Saturday. Had lunch and main meal on the Friday, service and meals were very good. Breakfast was excellent, some fresh fruit would be good. Room had everything we needed and the bed was comfortable. Good idea with the iron and ironing board in the hall. Ideal location for exploring the areas of Fermanagh and Tyrone. Will call again.

  • Stayed: July 2013, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 26 June 2013

Stayed here 21st and 22nd June on a voucher deal, and were well pleased. Liked the look of the place - very tidy car park and grounds, nice building. We had room 103, disabled access room, so very big, with a wet room - extremely comfortable, great bed. We had the included meal on the Friday night - I had the Glendarragh chicken, butterflied cajun-spiced breast of chicken, topped with lardons of bacon, cherry tomatoes, cheese and pesto. Absolutely delicious!!! Hubby had the chicken curry, chinese style curry with lots of chicken, rice and naan - he loved it!! Breakfast on Saturday morning was unfortunately NOT good!! The sausage was suspiciously an even dark brown all over - deep-fried!! The potato bread was crackling on the plate - deep-fried!!!!!!!!!! Who on earth deep fries spud bread?? Completely inedible for me, tho' hubby managed it. I had the very tasty fried egg, on a piece of toast. On Saturday night, we shared the Brie starter- 3 chunks of breaded Brie on nice leaves, with a red pepper sauce, very tasty. We both then had the sirloin steak special - steaks beautifully cooked medium-rare, with a spicy home-made peppercorn sauce, and all the trimmings. Fantastic crisp, pale golden chips. Breakfast on Sunday morning was excellent - different chef?? Hubby again had the fry, but this time, everything was properly cooked. No sign of the deep-fat fryer!! I had 2 delicious poached eggs, and a grilled tomatoe - yummy!!! The staff were helpful and attentive. All in all, a positive experience, with just the one blip, and we'll definitely be back!!

  • Stayed: June 2013, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank Wendy S
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