We stayed three nights at Dunbrody and really enjoyed it. The hotel is really pretty, and is decorated with a lot of attention to detail. Our room was spacious and comfortable with a great view over the gardens. Phone signal is patchy so it's actually a great place to switch off and sit by the fire with afternoon tea, or a glass of vino. We did both :). The food is really good, but a huge difference in price between the bar and the restaurant. Whilst the food in the restaurant is beautiful, it's a little quiet and formal at night. The menu is three courses rather than strictly a la carte which feels a little restrictive, however the quality was excellent. The staff were really great and I'd love to go back.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Small luxury country house hotel built in 1830 and set in extensive gardens and estate. Acclaimed fine dining restaurant and very popular Seafood Bar combined with on-site cookery school make Dunbrody a favourite destination amongst foodies but also for those seeking to experience Irish heritage coupled with traditional hospitality.A small boutique spa offering a range of holistic therapies completes the offering at Dunbrody. Ideal spot for those seeking to get away from it all and chill. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Dunbrody House Hotel