We stayed there for 4 nights over Easter. Looking at the advertising we expected to stay in an old Georgian building but the rooms are in an unattractive modern extension a long walk from reception. The rooms were nice but extra soaps, shampoos etc had to be requested.
Breakfast not cooked to order (bacon rock hard) and dinner really overpriced with no real A La Carte option. The one saving grace was that the staff are really friendly. Wouldn't stay again, better value elsewhere.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Castlemartyr Resort is a grand seventeenth century countrymanor house that sits adjacent to the ruins of an 800-year-old castle. Constructed by the first Earl of Cork and lovingly restored to its original grandeur, the Manor House opened in 2007 to serve as the centrepiece of Castlemartyr Resort. Nestled amid the picturesque woodlands of East Cork this breathtaking destination resort is steeped in history and tradition, while also offering luxurious first-class service tailored to each guest’s unique tastes and the finest in accommodations, dining and recreational activities. Its 103 guestrooms and suites offer contemporary design seamlessly blended with old world elegance. Attractions include The Spa at Castlemartyr, a renowned inland links-style golf course, a state of the art gym including a yoga and pilates studio, a private lake with swans and miles of unspoiled walking tracks, all graced by the mystery and power of the ancient ruins nearby. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Castlemartyr Hotel Castlemartyr