we stayed here to attend a wedding in September and for the price the room was ok. The shower was very small however there was plenty of room in the bathroom for both me and my other half to get ready in the morning.
I agree with the previous poster that the communal areas are a little tired and it was a nightmare to try and find after a long journey.
On the whole I would probably not stay here again, but that might be because I am not cut out for Hostel stays
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- ArrowRock Hostel stands on the shores of Lough Arrow,an area of great natural beauty renowned for its lakes, megalithic tombs and ancient Celtic Mythology.Situated on the Sligo / Roscommon border, ArrowRock Hostel dates back to 1700's and has been an Inn, a Hunting Lodge and now continues to welcome guests in the 21st century as a modern Hostel.From chilling out to seeking adventure there's lots tosee and do in this unique part of the West of Ireland. ... more less