So stayed here for three nights recently. The place is spotless, beds very comfy and the room we had was huge. Room number 5. Downfalls was the owner, bit of a grumpy old man. Also, theres huge opportunity to upgrade the place and make it a really gem of a boutique style lodging. When we asked about breakfast we were told between 8-30 and 10-30 but they'd prefer if we came before 9-30. Bit strange but kind of charming in an Irish way if that makes sense ! Breakfast was cooked to order but the toast was awful. Big chunks of white bread that tasted so dry. Wonder why they didn't offer any nice brown bread or the likes.
Location is beautiful and with the charms of Ballycotton, it helps add to liking this place.
Didnt try the restaurant in the evening but the food looked really good and the place was full. Pub is small and would prefer McGraths or the Blackbird for a pint
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Family owned establishment with breathtaking views and relaxed atmosphere. Facilities include: all rooms are en-suite with TV and coffee making facilities; freshly prepared home-cooked breakfast every morning; the Lighthouse Restaurant is open weekends (check opening hours, especially in the off-season), with the freshest local produce and seafood; great local bar downstairs; fishing charters can be arranged. ... more less