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The Cedar Lodge Hotel
Reviewed July 30, 2013

We stayed at the Cedar Lodge on the night of the 26th of July 2013 and were delighted by it. Despite a ferry trip which turned into a mid-sea rescue which made us late arrivals, Tom and Marie were prepared to keep the restaurant open for us. We were made to feel welcome and our every request was catered to. I would recommend this hotel to anyone who is visiting Ireland, - I shall certainly be using it again on our next visit, in fact as we shall be visiting Ireland twice a year, it will be a regular stopping off point. All I can say is 'well done Guys' the place has a great atmosphere, - it is beautiful, - just like the Guinness! :)

Room Tip: I didn't rate the 'children's activities' and 'fitness centre' as we did not...
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  • Stayed: July 2013, traveled with family
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Reviewed July 15, 2013

The first thing that hits you when you enter this hotel is the overpowering smell of floral air freshener It soon becomes clear why. The rooms are damp even in temperatures of 25c outside the bed cloths were damp and there is a heavy smell of dampness when you remove the air fresheners from your room. When we returned home my wife had to wash all the clean cloths that were hung in the closet (There are no wardrobes) The conditions in the room were a health hazard. The bathroom only has a very poor shower over bath and the tile grouting looked as if a 5 year old child had applied it. There is an old 70s style TV that only has 5 channels and despite the pathetic attempt at double glazing you can still hear the lorries thundering by throughout the night. The decor and furnishing in the whole place is reminiscence of an old folks home. The owner tries to force you to book dinner in his restaurant before you even reach your room. But please heed this WARNING if your unlucky enough to arrive here be warned DO NOT ENTER YOUR PIN NUMBER TO "VALIDATE” YOUR CARD. If you do he will take the full payment immediately for the time you have booked and also carries out the transaction in sterling without your permission so you lose out on the exchange rate I suspect he does this because so many people run after one night and only pay for the one night We had a very valid reason for leaving but in truth we would have left anyway. Breakfast was a nightmare they served instant coffee and had to be asked to provide proper coffee the so called Irish breakfast was over cooked and swimming in oil. We were forced to pay £377.83 for one miserable nights stay but it was worth it just to escape. This is a hotel living on past glories of 30 years ago the owners are rude and quiet frankly disgrace the good name of hard working Irish accommodation providers of which there are many. I wonder where the good reviews have come from??? This is NOT a 4 star hotel it is barely a 2 star,and there is a whiff of desperation in the owners behavior.

  • Stayed: July 2013, traveled with family
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Reviewed July 3, 2013

We returned to stay in Cedar Lodge - weekend of 21st -23rd June

.On arrival we were welcomed back by the manager who was most welcoming and professional
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Our room was large and spotless - crisp white linen on bed.

We dined in the restaurant on Fri night. The food was excellent as was the presentation. Excellent selection of wines.

On Sat night we were attending a 'family gathering'. We informed the hotel receptionist that we would be late back. This was not a problem.

The main door is locked at 12 midnight, but there is always a person on duty to admit the 'late comers'.
A outdoor security light illuminates the car park all night.
On the corridors there are several emergency exits.

We enjoyed our stay in Cedar Lodge and we will return.

Room Tip: Beds are most comfortable. It is reassuring to know that this hotel is security aware. Guest leave t...
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  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank mary m
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Reviewed July 1, 2013

On the advice of a well travelled friend, stayed here while over for recent festivities. My wife and I felt welcome and right at home from the time we arrived. Our bedroom was airy and fresh, meals were tasty and wholesome and the premises overall was modern and clean. Staff were very cordial in all respects and kindly helped us with our wifi connection daily. Location is good off the N25 and with easy parking. To us, I served as an ideal base for daily tours in the South East and we would happily return there on future visits.

Room Tip: Double glazed room windows made it cozy and quiet at all times.
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  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed June 5, 2013

On the main N25 road, the hotel is easy to find and has excellent parking. On arrival we were greeted and shown to our room in a very friendly manner by Mr Martin who proved to be a wonderful host. The room was clean and had lots of space to put our luggage - the bathroom was large with a 'corner bath'. The restaurant was very comfortable and the food quality and presentation was to a high standard. For those who like their fine wines, there is a magnificent choice including several fine Clarets. This is a hotel which offers a quality service and I do feel it was value for money.

Room Tip: We were on the 2nd floor and it was nice and quiet - we had a great view outside and if you are worr...
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  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled on business
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3  Thank MrMez
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Reviewed August 13, 2012

We returned to this lovely Hotel again . Tom the host remembered us which is allways nice to feel a valued customer and not just another tourist passing through. We added an extra night as we promised ourselves last time and got plenty of advice as to what to see localy. The wet weather didnt dampen our trip at all and we had a great time. Stopping the extra night at Cedar Lodge on our way back made for a more relaxed journey the next day.
I would reccomend this place , also its owner run not a faceless Nama Hotel which we had experienced on our travels and make a point now of trying to avoid .
We have booked again for our winter trip.

Room Tip: They all apear very good , we always snoop around !
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  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled with family
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Reviewed August 3, 2012

The welcome was warm and friendly. We had a great evening and the room was great. Look forward to returning here some day. The staff were friendly and always had a smile on. Thank you very much. There was a great selection of seafood available in the restaurant also.

Room Tip: Very close to all local amenities. The windows in the bedroom were double glazed which meant the roo...
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Additional Information about The Cedar Lodge Hotel

Address: On the N25 between New Ross and Wexford | Carrigbyrne, Newbawn, Co Wexford, Carrigbyrne, Ireland
Location: Ireland > Province of Leinster > County Wexford > Carrigbyrne
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Free Breakfast Free Parking Restaurant
Hotel Style:
Ranked #1 of 1 Specialty Lodging in Carrigbyrne
Price Range: $148 - $201 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:4 star — The Cedar Lodge Hotel 4*
Number of rooms: 20
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
The Cedar Lodge Hotel and Restaurant, Carrigbyrne, is a four star boutique hotel located on the N25 route between New Ross and Wexford town. It is a member of the ICH group of hotels. ... more   less 
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Also Known As:
Cedar Hotel New Ross
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