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All reviewsmarconi restaurantold styleold worldbit datedno elevatorcountry hotelgood sized roomsfriendly hotela family run hotelloved this hotelvery pleasant stayenjoyed my staybay windowlambbeds were very comfortablelast weekendtop class
Visited one evening in early June. We were a group of three, and the restraurant had been recommended to us by a friend. We all had seafood of some variety or other.
The food was absolutely fantastic - full of flavour, and served piping hot....More
An old-fashioned hotel on Clifden Main Street. Parking is on the street, metered. €3 per hour, max stay 3 hours, from 1130 -1800 Mon -Sat, Sunday free. So, normally, if you arrive weekday from 1600, it’s going to cost €2, so, not a problem. Another...More
I enjoyed my stay here so much. Every one involved in the operation of this hotel, is truly amazing. Every person I spoke to were kind and helpful. The owners are hands on, you will find them there from morning to night. I had my...More
You must eat in Foyles Marconi restaurant. We(2couples) ate here last night and it is the best dining experience I’ve had in a long time. I had fresh black sole...huge portion...delicious and so reasonably priced. The service was very friendly and efficient. The owner Stephen...More
We had a large room with an area that had 2 beds and another area with a full and a twin. The beds were comfortable and the room and bathroom clean. The hotel was quiet. Enjoyed their pub with live music. The full Irish breakfast...More
No, but there is ample street parking in front of the hotel and in the side street, for motorcycles there is a narrow alleyway through to the rear courtyard if required, but this is a safe seaside town and never expects any... More
No, but there is ample street parking in front of the hotel and in the side street, for motorcycles there is a narrow alleyway through to the rear courtyard if required, but this is a safe seaside town and never expects any trouble.