This is a restaurant with limited accomodation. The rooms are not the standard hotel type. They are homely, clean, comfortable - home form home. There is old furniture with real character; books are provided - fiction, non-fiction, local interest - which is a nice touch. There is no phone - great. There is a TV with standard terrestrial channels. Bath and over-bath shower are good. The rooms are quiet and the beds and pillows are comfortable.
Breakfast is served from a small buffet plus your choice of cooked breakfast. The traditional cooked Irish breakfast was very disappointing on the two mornings that we were there. We had one evening meal, which did not live up to the name that this restaurant has built up which was extremely disappointing.
Service was slow and a little haphazard and the usual Irish chat was practically totally missing - except on the day that we arrived when we were given tea and coffee in the conservatory and filled in with all the local nonsense - great!
If you want a small, quiet, family-run hotel then this is the place for you. As for the food - it seems to be a lottery; a great name for it, but we did not get it.
- Also Known As:
- The Mill Restaurant Hotel Dunfanaghy
- The Mill Restaurant And Accommodation